Mmm...who doesn’t love a warm cup of java to start a beautiful day in the greatest state ever...Texas! It can be difficult to get motivated in the morning, afternoon or evening, and sometimes a hot cup of coffee is just what a Texan needs. Check out these coolest coffee shops in all of Texas!
It’s been the go-to-spot in town for buzz-worthy coffee and boasts all natural ingredients and premium Arabica beans for 10 years. Its drive-thru only feature is perfect for on-the-goers and their baristas are always charming and friendly. Our personal favorite is the Zebra Mocha which is a mixture of white and milk chocolate and espresso. Always accept their offer of whipped cream!
Another small town charming coffee shop is Nate’s Coffee and Cocktails in Buda, Texas. If their coffee (Cuvee from Spicewood) doesn’t get you buzzing, the tiny shop is located right near train tracks that will have you feeling super cozy and picturesque to ponder your thoughts of the day. They’ve also got live music and brunch during football season. Count me in!
Another population-dense city of Texas, Dallas, points its visitors (and locals) to an experiential coffee shop located in the Joule Hotel—The Weekend. Super sleek and clean interior with floor to ceiling sliding glass doors are not hard to spot this coffee shop. They boast top quality brewing methods and offer tasty pastries to pair with your perfectly brewed cup of coffee.
Today, you are more than likely to find a coffee shop that has a modern aesthetic and intelligent baristas. You will find that plus in-house roasting and pride in providing a truly local inviting experience at BLDG 6 Coffee Roasters in El Paso. It’s also known to be a romantic spot for couples!
Bear Moon Bakery in Boerne is the epitome of small town charm. Who wouldn’t want to sip coffee from their signature mugs with their breakfast buffet on the weekends? Who can resist their sweet treats from their bakery?
If you’re ever in Odessa, you need to pay a visit to Cpl. Ray’s Coffee Shop. The parents of Ray, a soldier passed away, opened this coffee shop to cope with their beloved son’s death and to honor him. Their favorite beverage is “Ray Ray’s Mocha.” They’re so happy with their memorial of their son and have another shop in Ray’s honor.
This shop is not only famous for their hot cups of Joe, but their food that is incredibly popular with the locals’ regular routine. Family owned and operated, this is the place to be for families, groups and anyone who enjoys awesome service and food and drink to go with it.