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Lauded as Houston’s ultimate kolache destination, Olde Towne Kolaches & Bakery offers Texans an extensive menu of traditional Czech baked goods and fresh, made-from-scratch doughy desserts. The kolache, which first arrived in the U.S. after Lady Liberty implored Europe to send its tired, hungry masses and two centuries’ worth of its most beloved desserts, is a hand-baked pastry filled with sweet or savory ingredients. Unlike Americanized versions of the pastry, which are often loaded with tiny cherry pies and M-80s, Olde Towne’s selection stays true to the treat’s Czech roots, so you can grab a sausage and cheese ($1.75/$18.95 dozen) or a Texified ranchero ham, egg, and cheese ($2.10/$22.75 dozen) kolache for non-dessert noshing. Fruit-laden varieties ($1.05/$12 dozen) include apple, blueberry, raspberry, and more, while veggie options, such as the spinach, egg, and cheese ($1.85/$19.95 dozen), offer pastried protein without the risk of involuntary invisibility associated with perfectly cooked meat. Cinnamon rolls ($2/$22 dozen) and muffins ($1.55/$16.75 dozen) are also available, as are individual sweets and hot, fresh coffee.