All around great place.
What a great experience all around! I came by on a Thursday evening and stayed for a couple of hours. I tried the Mocha Valencia and was greatly pleased. Very tasty. I hadn't tried a coffee with a citrus taste to it. Refreshing. Waldo's has a great little atmosphere conducive to relaxing and browsing the internet (free wi-fi), reading, or just chatting with friends. Local art is displayed on the walls and the service is friendly. I think what I loved the best was that the night I was there was an open mic night (Thursday's.) A handful of singer's performed and one poet/writer. All were very talented. My favorite was singer Clory Martin. Lovely voice.
Citysearch Editorial Review.
This family-owned and -operated coffeehouse occupies a converted historic Heights bungalow with a front porch overlooking the scenic Paul Carr Jogging Trail, and its warm old-fashioned atmosphere attracts the city’s studious and artsy. In several large rooms, enormous tables support laptops and study groups at a low noise level, in keeping with the grandma’s-house feel evoked by the 1920s décor. Local art decks the walls and Houston musicians perform on Friday and Saturday nights. Enjoy organic free-trade coffee from Katz’s, fat brownies, breakfast croissants and kolaches and a selection of teas. BYOB for five bucks a head.