13 Essential DFW Coffee Shops

13 Essential DFW Coffee Shops


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by Amy McCarthy and Porttia Portis Updated Oct 22, 2019, 2:52pm CDT

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It’s easier than ever to find great craft coffee in the metroplex, and as if coffee isn’t enough of a draw, shops are becoming more photogenic and WiFi-friendly for those looking to upload that perfect cappuccino picture before the foam falls.

The best thing about this new wave of coffee shops is that it’s becoming easier to find great coffee in more neighborhoods, expanding the area’s growing craft coffee culture. Check out these 13 essential places to get caffeinated in Dallas-Fort Worth.

Is your favorite caffeination station missing from this map? Shout it out in the comments.

Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Dallas has three outposts of the Houndstooth brand, making it easier for craft coffee lovers to get their fix. The shop’s most recent addition at The Hill off US 75 and Walnut Hill Lane is ecologically friendly, operating off of solar and sustainable power sources. It’s also the first Texas shop to feature an under-counter Mavam Espresso machine.

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The stacked menu of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks give credence to Lower Greenville shop’s name. Late-night coffee drinkers can also rejoice in the concept’s long hours and plenty of workspace.

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State Street is proof that great things come in small packages, as the barista staff is capable of making coffee dreams come true from its compact location in The Alcove wine bar.

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Now boasting multiple outposts across the Metroplex, Ascension is a popular haunt for both coffee and wine. There’s also plenty of solid breakfast options, like toast slathered in butter and Vegemite and baked eggs in a spicy tomato sauce.

This corner of Hall Street received a makeover that’s perfect for the Instagram-obsessed coffee drinker. The baristas here are known for their intricate latte art, made with beans from Counter Culture Coffee.

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This truly chic coffee destination boasts beans from Avoca Coffee Roasters, ground and transformed into perfect cafe au lait or flat white.

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Whether in search of a cortado, latte, or macchiato, the expert baristas at this relative newcomer to Dallas’s coffee scene can make it happen. For a truly decadent coffee experience, treat yourself to a shot of espresso poured over a scoop of locally made ice cream.

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It’s hard to miss this addition to the Downtown coffee scene, thanks to four stories of ornate blue tiling that announces coffee-lovers have reached their destination. Once inside, enjoy coffee drinks with a bevy of baked goods, salads, and sandwiches made in-house.

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Tucked into the Joule Hotel’s sophisticated, see-and-be-seen lobby, Weekend Coffee is a favorite of Downtown workers and residents alike. Need a serious caffeine jolt? Go for the Californian, an iced drink that pairs four shots of espresso with agave syrup and milk.

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Open since 2005 on Lamar, Opening Bell Coffee has a devoted local following thanks to both its strong coffee and friendly vibe. Swing by in the evenings on Monday for songwriter night, or hit it up in the morning for a cafe breve or green tea chai cooler.

Browse the shelves at this hip Bishop Arts bookstore/coffee shop/bar hybrid while sipping a cortado or mocha. For those times when just one cup isn’t enough, the shop boasts a “bottomless brew” for serious caffeine enthusiasts.

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An OG of the Dallas coffee scene, Cultivar operates two Dallas locations with rabid followings. The menu’s simple — you won’t find any silly Instagram bait lattes here — but solid every single time.

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9730 N Central Expy, Dallas, TX 75231

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Dallas has three outposts of the Houndstooth brand, making it easier for craft coffee lovers to get their fix. The shop’s most recent addition at The Hill off US 75 and Walnut Hill Lane is ecologically friendly, operating off of solar and sustainable power sources. It’s also the first Texas shop to feature an under-counter Mavam Espresso machine.

2900 Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX 75206

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The stacked menu of both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks give credence to Lower Greenville shop’s name. Late-night coffee drinkers can also rejoice in the concept’s long hours and plenty of workspace.

2907 State St, Dallas, TX 75204

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State Street is proof that great things come in small packages, as the barista staff is capable of making coffee dreams come true from its compact location in The Alcove wine bar.

1621 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas, TX 75207

Now boasting multiple outposts across the Metroplex, Ascension is a popular haunt for both coffee and wine. There’s also plenty of solid breakfast options, like toast slathered in butter and Vegemite and baked eggs in a spicy tomato sauce.

1623 N Hall St, Dallas, TX 75204

Fiction Coffee/Facebook

This corner of Hall Street received a makeover that’s perfect for the Instagram-obsessed coffee drinker. The baristas here are known for their intricate latte art, made with beans from Counter Culture Coffee.

2727 N Harwood St, Dallas, TX 75201

This truly chic coffee destination boasts beans from Avoca Coffee Roasters, ground and transformed into perfect cafe au lait or flat white.

2639 Main St, Dallas, TX 75226

Merit Coffee/Facebook

Whether in search of a cortado, latte, or macchiato, the expert baristas at this relative newcomer to Dallas’s coffee scene can make it happen. For a truly decadent coffee experience, treat yourself to a shot of espresso poured over a scoop of locally made ice cream.

1217 Main St, Dallas, TX 75202

Courtesy Headington Companies

It’s hard to miss this addition to the Downtown coffee scene, thanks to four stories of ornate blue tiling that announces coffee-lovers have reached their destination. Once inside, enjoy coffee drinks with a bevy of baked goods, salads, and sandwiches made in-house.

1511 Commerce St, Dallas, TX 75201

Weekend Coffee/Facebook

Tucked into the Joule Hotel’s sophisticated, see-and-be-seen lobby, Weekend Coffee is a favorite of Downtown workers and residents alike. Need a serious caffeine jolt? Go for the Californian, an iced drink that pairs four shots of espresso with agave syrup and milk.

1409 S Lamar St, Dallas, TX 75215

Open since 2005 on Lamar, Opening Bell Coffee has a devoted local following thanks to both its strong coffee and friendly vibe. Swing by in the evenings on Monday for songwriter night, or hit it up in the morning for a cafe breve or green tea chai cooler.

314 W Eighth St, Dallas, TX 75208

The Wild Detectives [Official Photo]

Browse the shelves at this hip Bishop Arts bookstore/coffee shop/bar hybrid while sipping a cortado or mocha. For those times when just one cup isn’t enough, the shop boasts a “bottomless brew” for serious caffeine enthusiasts.

313 W Jefferson Blvd, Dallas, TX 75208

A brand new space to sip Cultivar CoffeeA brand new space to sip Cultivar CoffeeCutlivar Coffee & Roaster

An OG of the Dallas coffee scene, Cultivar operates two Dallas locations with rabid followings. The menu’s simple — you won’t find any silly Instagram bait lattes here — but solid every single time.

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