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Coffee Shops Around the City

Whether you need a boost on a cold day or a slow down on a busy day, there are coffee shops all around town that have what you need.


This coffee shop located on Henderson Ave. has the perfect relaxed environment for anyone wanting to study for an exam, catch up on office work, or simply have a conversation. Houndstooth takes their coffee very seriously and aims to serve its customers with the utmost quality in service and a simple and comfortable coffee shop atmosphere.

Crooked Tree Coffeehouse

Crooked Tree Coffeehouse's exterior emits a homey aura. It's a house turned coffee shop. Taste many of the huge selection of pastries or quality coffee in this calm, quaint environment.


The East Dallas coffee bar shares a space with Good2Go taco joint. What the coffee shop lacks in space, it makes up for in quality. Highly recognized as being one of the best coffee shops in the city, it is worth a visit.

Davis Street Espresso

This simplistic coffee shop resides Oak Cliff. With highly knowledgeable baristas and with the calm aura of the shop, Davis Street Espresso promotes a casual sit down experience. Be sure to try any one of these top-notch coffee creations.


Located in Lower Greenville, Mudsmith stands out. Adorned with stuffed animals and offering a large space, this coffee shop offers a variety of drinks both coffee-based and off the tap. Situated among a plethora of great restaurants and cool shops, stopping here for a quick caffeine boost is a great idea.


This cute neighborhood coffee shop and bakery is located in the heart of Victory Park. The menu features top-notch beans from Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters and delicious, baked items from Empire Baking Co., AmazeBallz and Bisous Bisous. Café Victoria’s bright and open space is great for meeting a friend and enjoying a mid-day treat.


Press the pause button on a hectic day at this charming French-inspired café. Magnolias features artisanal coffees, delectable breakfast, fresh sandwiches, quirky gifts and open mic nights.


This Deep Ellum coffee shop not only features craft coffee drinks but also craft beer, cocktails and gourmet breakfast items. Enjoy the relaxed environment and the continuously evolving menu.


With four locations in Dallas, Ascension offers an elevated American café experience. It’s an Australian-style coffee shop with a European-inspired menu. Order a coffee to go or enjoy a fabulous weekend brunch in its laid-back atmosphere.


Located in the Joule hotel in downtown Dallas, Weekend Coffee pairs delicious coffee with a playful and artfully designed atmosphere for an enjoyable coffee shop experience. Weekend Coffee also features a retail shop for foodies and café breakfast items for eatsies .


Self-acclaimed Dallas’ best acoustic live music venue and coffee bar, Opening Bell is a great place for an after work “pick-me-up”. Sit, sip and enjoy the comfortable environment and extensive menu. Look forward to Open Mic Tuesdays and live performances from past “The Voice” contestants.

Oak Lawn Coffee

Coffee and community go hand-in-hand for this neighborhood coffee shop. Oak Lawn Coffee creates a familiar environment that feels like home with comfy couches, local artwork, rotating brews, great vibes and even better people.

Local Press + Brew

This trendy juice and coffee parlor is the first of its kind to come to Dallas. Local Press + Brew is devoted to quality and local support as it serves farm to glass bottle cold-pressed, organic juices and classic coffee and espresso drinks. Grab a drink to go at the walk-up window or stay for a light breakfast. You’ll find them in the Bishop Arts District, with a second location coming to Uptown soon.

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