17900 Highway 59 N Humble, TX 77396 (281) 446-0207


Humble City Café is Humble's historic downtown restaurant. Housed in the Pangburn Building, built in 1914, the café opened its doors in 1995. With wooden accents, old tin signs, and a small candy store within the interior. It all combines to create the perfect country café that takes you back to a bygone time.

Enjoy southern comfort foods such as peach tea, cornbread, peach cobbler, meatloaf, mac and cheese and delicious sandwiches and burgers. The cafe's generous portions will not leave you hungry. Come in for breakfast until 1 p.m. and indulge in the buttermilk pancakes or egg dishes. For lunch or dinner, explore their south of the border options or a spud or stick with their home cooked style chicken fried steak.

Expect the friendliest service and a comfortable setting as you dine. Be sure to browse through the candy store/gift shop when you're done with your meal and find some unique items.

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4.4 (585 reviews)


Open until 8:30 PM

“Recommend the duck , also the Bambi noodles are a must . This place is like 1 hr away from where I live It is worth the drive .” more

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4.6 (44 reviews)


Open until 9:30 PM

“Delicious ramen! I always order the shoyu ramen, this time I wanted to try other items. I tried the combination fried rice, fried shrimp shumai, and…” more

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3.8 (636 reviews)


Open until 9:00 PM

“I last went over a year ago and liked the pace of the service. Attentive but not intrusive. They had some interesting spins on traditional offerings…” more

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3.9 (27 reviews)


Open until 8:00 PM

“I went to This Is It Soul Food in Humble at 5:00pm on Saturday, picked up food to go. Ordered the two smothered pork chop dinner with rice & gravy,…” more

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4.2 (582 reviews)


Open until 9:30 PM

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4.2 (5 reviews)


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4.8 (74 reviews)


Open until 8:00 PM

“Very good food and friendly service. I love the burgers and fries. Highly recommended” more

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3.9 (699 reviews)


Open until 10:00 PM

“Service was outstanding, complimentery garlic butter knot rolls delicious. My wife had veal picante and I had red snapper with picante caper…” more

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4.7 (57 reviews)


Open until 5:00 PM

“Will be coming back religiously. I'm so glad you guys are in the neighborhood. We need more restaurants like this in our area. Thank you guys for your…” more

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3.9 (405 reviews)


Open until 9:00 PM

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Bludorn Restaurant

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Tony Mandola's

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Pizaro's Pizza Napoletana

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Eugene's Gulf Coast Cuisine

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Houston, TX 77002 (713) 528-8561 Visit Website

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