Our list of the best coffee shops to visit in Dallas will help you find the best cup of coffee in town. Get your caffeine fix at one of these coffee hot spots. With all of these expert baristas, lovely bites to eat, and inviting atmospheres you will get your coffee fix in no time at all.
Crooked Tree Coffee House: This coffee shop has extremely friendly baristas and cozy couches to lounge on while you sip on your favorite cup of coffee. Pick up a pastry or even a sandwich if you need a bite to eat.
Murray Street Coffee Shop: A cozy place to sit, coffee to die for, and their food is prepared with local ingredients! One word… YUM!
Black Forest Coffee: Not only is there great coffee to drink, but there is a bookstore right next door to this coffee shop. One of my favorite things to do is browse bookshelves while drinking coffee. Always makes for a great date or a quick escape.
Union: This is a pretty unique coffee shop. The beans that are chosen for this place are purchased directly from the farmer. Which means the beans are only roasted when they are needed. This process makes for a very fresh cup of coffee. Union also has an open night mic every Friday, where you can tell your story, or listen to one instead. Another great reason to visit this Dallas coffee shop is because of the donations they make regularly to the local community. That is just the tip of the iceberg. Check out their Hub of Generosity page to find out more about how this coffee shop gives back to the Dallas community.
Coffee House Cafe: Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner this coffee house is also a great place to enjoy a meal and have a glass (or two!) of wine. Their dog friendly patio makes it a great family centered coffee shop to visit.
Weekend: This coffee shop is located inside of the Joule Hotel. Grab yourself a cup of coffee sit back and enjoy the friendly folks and decor. Or, take a stroll through this wonderful hotel and browse the boutique shops.
Cultivar: I love this coffee shop. The employees are more artists when it comes to brewing the perfect cup of coffee. Although they are only open for a limited amount of hours, it is definitely worth the effort to make the trip. The coffee is incredible.
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