Fall Season

Where to Study and Work Remotely in Dallas

Take your work to coffee shops, libraries, parks and more around the city.

Emma Aly
Posted on Nov 4, 2021

With many companies still working remotely or hybrid, your kitchen table has likely become your regular work spot, but after too many months, you're probably looking for a change of scenery. Whether you want to take the "home" out of "work from home," are searching for distinctly Dallas places to find some peace and quiet, or you're a student who wants to study in a new location, Dallas has great offerings for studying or remote working.


White Rhino Coffee - Uptown, Downtown, Bishop Arts

With three locations in Dallas, White Rhino Coffee is the go-to work spot. Take your pick of a table or relaxed seating to spread out your planner and notes as you get to work. On any weekday, you will find kindred spirits taking advantage of the comfortable vibes and free Wi-Fi. If you're looking for a pick-me-up, try one of their signature lattes or teas, or for something more filling, try their all-day Texas breakfast tacos.


Wild Detectives
Wild Detectives

Wild Detectives - Bishop Arts

If you're looking for the best place to meet up with a coworker or study partner, Wild Detectives is the place for you. This unique coffee shop, bar and bookstore combo makes for a great collaborative work spot. The renovated house is cozy and eclectic with a variety of seating depending on your mood. Open from 10 a.m. until midnight, treat yourself to your drink of choice whether it's coffee, cocktails, wine or beer.


Fretz Park Branch Library - North Dallas

The Dallas Public Library locations are a great place to find peace and quiet while completing small tasks or larger projects. Though there are branches all around the city, you may want to check out the Fretz Park branch. The renovated building features high ceilings and large windows, providing plenty of natural light throughout your work session. Open Tuesday through Friday, the location has plenty of comfortable seating and public computers. Before you leave, pick up a new novel to enjoy in your free time.


Klyde Warren Park
Klyde Warren Park 

Klyde Warren Park - Downtown

On sunny days, enjoy the good weather working outside at Klyde Warren Park. With free Wi-Fi and plenty of tables scattered around the 5 acres of green space, Klyde Warren provides an ideal spot for those wanting to enjoy fresh air as they work. The park is surrounded by several restaurants and hosts food trucks daily if you need a snack or meal during your workday.


Foxtrot Market - Uptown, University Park

Foxtrot Market is a great place to convert into your weekday office. This unique coffee shop and market has both indoor and outdoor seating and free Wi-Fi for remote work in the morning or study sessions at night. With fresh coffee, grab-and-go snacks, cafe food and beer on tap, there are plenty of choices to fuel your work.


Common Desk – Far North Dallas, Deep Ellum, Downtown, Northeast Dallas, Oak Cliff

For a long-term remote work spot, check out Common Desk, a flexible office solution with locations across DFW. The company has many membership options depending on your needs whether only working on nights and weekends, wanting a dedicated desk or a private workspace. They even have a reduced rate just for students. Perks of the membership include bottomless craft coffee, shared bikes, outdoor patios and co

" src="https://starling.crowdriff.com/js/crowdriff.js" async>