Palate Pleasing Growth in Cypress

Cypress' Towne Lake development to kick it up a notch with national coffee and beer options

Cypress' lake development adds to palate pleasers with new options

Boardwalk at Towne Lake night rendering
When it opens next year, The Boardwalk at Towne Lake will be home to locations of World of Beer and Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee Co. Courtesy image

The Boardwalk at Towne Lake, the new development in Cypress that's already attracting major buzz thanks to the upcoming Jaxton's restaurant from Tony's maître d’ Jason Howard, announced that it will also be home to two concepts that will give area residents new options for coffee and beer. 

When it opens next year, the mixed use development will bring both retail and dining options to the 2,400-acre Towne Lake community that's home to the Houston-area's largest private lake. "Not only are businesses across Houston expanding to meet the needs of the residents in Cypress, but businesses across the United States are deciding to make The Boardwalk at Towne Lake their first home as they make their way into the growing Houston community," Caldwell Companies president and CEO Fred Caldwell said in a statement.

The first of those new options is World of Beer, which will add its third Houston-area location when the development opens next year. Known for  offering 550 varieties of craft beer, “tavern fare,” craft spirits and live entertainment, the concept has already found success in Katy and Sugar Land.

Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee Co., a Georgia-based restaurant known for paying fair wages to Rawandan farmers, will open its first Texas location at the property. Local franchisee Melinda Bodukoglu is a Cypress resident who's opening the business with her husband.

"Land of a Thousand Hills isn’t just a coffee shop," Bodukoglu said in a statement. "Not only will we offer desserts and baked goods like pastries, cakes, scones, cupcakes and pies handmade from scratch daily, but we’ll do so in an environment that promotes green living — utilizing collaborative trade, fair prices and recycled products."