Cobblestone Market Cafe!
Healthy Lunch Near you
Cobblestone Market Café is a fast, casual and comfortable café with decades of experience in the restaurant and corporate catering industry. This is a great place to dine-in or grab a meal on-the-go! Our Lunch Menu offers our customers homemade and healthier alternatives by providing Fresh roasted Beef and Turkey, grilled antibiotic Free Chicken breast and marinated veggies, all prepared to provide the freshest ingredients for our sandwiches and salads. We even have Vegetarian and Vegan offerings that are created with marinated and grilled vegetables that are flavorful!
You don’t have time to cook but we do! Our scratch made soups and daily specials are created from tested recipes and rotate monthly. There is lots of variety a scratch cookin’ everyday!
Healthy Breakfast Restaurant Near You
Our breakfast menu is made to order with fresh ingredients, and plenty of variety. Short on time? Call it in for a quick pick up!
At Cobblestone we offer a hot and fresh country breakfast with eggs any way you want ‘em. We have hearty, three-egg omelets that you create with three yummy ingredients. You can make it low in cholesterol with just egg whites too.
If you’re in hurry and just need a grab and go breakfast, try a breakfast sandwich, fresh made on a buttery croissant, bagel or toast or one of the many varieties of breakfast tacos. We also have wholesome options such as buttery grits and hot oatmeal topped with your choice of apples, berries, pecans, or simply brown sugar and butter.
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Fairbanks is a community along U.S. Highway 290 and the Southern Pacific Railroad in Western Houston, Texas, United States. At one point it was a distinct unincorporated area within Harris County.
The community, named after its founder, opened in 1893. In 1895 Fairbanks received its first post office. In 1914 Fairbanks had 75 residents, a general store and saloon, and a grocery store. The community had 25 people in the 1920s and 1930s. In 1942 the community had 800 residents and 35 businesses in the area. In the 1950s the population decreased to 350 people. Houston annexed Fairbanks in 1956. The community began to expand around that period; in the 1960s the Fairbanks area and some surrounding communities had 1,050 residents and 45 businesses. In 1980 and 1990 1,050 people lived in Fairbanks, while more people lived in the surrounding area.
Houston City Council District A serves Fairbanks. As of 2012 the district is represented by Helena Brown. The Fairbanks area is served by the Houston Police Department Northwest Patrol Division, headquartered at 6000 Teague Road. Fairbanks is within Harris County Precinct 4. As of 2008 Jerry Eversole heads the precinct. Fairbanks is located in District 135 of the Texas House of Representatives. As of 2008, Gary Elkins represents the district. Fairbanks is within District 7 of the Texas Senate; as of 2008 Dan Patrick represents the district. Fairbanks is in Texas’s 7th congressional district. As of 2008, John Culberson represents the district. The United States Postal Service operates the Fairbanks Post Office at 7050 Brookhollow West Drive in an unincorporated area.
Fairbanks is within the Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District. Until the 1930s the Fairbanks School District operated (present day) Bane Elementary and the Fairbanks High School. Until the 1960s, Carverdale High School, under Cy-Fair I.S.D., operated as the African-American School during segregation in the American South. The Carverdale High School in later years was used by the Houston Community College System as its Carverdale Campus.
Source: Fairbanks Houston on Wikipedia