Tucked inconspicuously next to an auto repair shop, this Sixth Street cafe boasts a large patio filled with a mixed crowd of date nighters, night owls, suited businessmen and all-hours-of-the-day coffee drinkers. With their own house-roasted beans, Haus is serious about their coffee with a focus on Hawaiian beans. Prepare to pony up for the limited Kona peaberry variety that'll set you back $25. There's also the usual espresso-based offerings, but mix it up with the house signature lattes—mint mocha and raspberry mocha. Brunch is served all-day, every day, while an extensive menu of Mediterranean and American plates take on an Asian twist (spicy gochujang ravioli, anyone?). But we're sticking with the tried-and-true desserts: Try Belgian waffles topped with a blueberry sauce, ice cream and whipped cream ($11) or with fresh strawberries and blackberry, hold the cream ($9).