ROUNDUP: 7 local coffee shops to try in Coppell, Valley Ranch and Las Colinas

American Tea & Coffee uses a grosche infuser for some of its drinks. (Courtesy Randy Truesdell/American Tea & Coffee)
American Tea & Coffee uses a grosche infuser for some of its drinks. (Courtesy Randy Truesdell/American Tea & Coffee)

American Tea & Coffee uses a grosche infuser for some of its drinks. (Courtesy Randy Truesdell/American Tea & Coffee)

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This iced caramel macchiato is from Cuppa Espresso Bar. (Courtesy Cuppa Espresso Bar)
When looking for a caffeine fix, there are several options available in Coppell, Las Colinas and Valley Ranch. This non-comprehensive list includes shops that offer more than drip coffee.

1. Zenzero Kitchen & Bakery

171 N. Denton Tap Road, Ste. 600, Coppell


Along with its large selection of coffee and teas, this shop also offers full menus for breakfast, brunch and lunch, along with an assortment of baked goods.

Signature drink: salted caramel latte

Signature foods: gooey buttercake, chocolate chip cookies

Offers Wi-Fi, patio seating

2. American Tea & Coffee

230 N. Denton Tap Road, Ste. 104, Coppell


This comfy shop offers a variety of iced and hot coffees, teas, boba, pastries and breakfast, which is sold all day.

Signature drinks: boba milk tea, chai latte

Signature food: trail mix cookies

Offers Wi-Fi, patio seating

3. Liberation Coffee Co.

651 N. Denton Tap Road, Ste. 200, Coppell


This coffee shop prides itself on offering locally roasted coffee as well as a selection of pastries from local bakers and an assortment of teas.

Signature drinks: honey-cinnamon latte, lavender mocha

Signature foods: cinnamon twists, chocolate chip cookie bars

Offers Wi-Fi, patio seating

4. GEORGE: Coffee + Provisions

462 Houston St., Coppell


This farmhouse-style coffee shop offers hot and cold coffees made from beans roasted in-house as well as teas and American and breakfast food items.

Signature drinks: honey-vanilla latte, iced lavender latte

Signature foods: avocado toast, Mediterranean board with hummus

Offers Wi-Fi, patio seating

5. Ascension Coffee

3121 Olympus Blvd., Dallas


This is one of seven Ascension locations in North Texas. It offers hot and cold coffees as well as full breakfast, lunch and dinner menus.

Signature drinks: rotating specialty coffee roasts

Signature food: The Original Avocado Toast

Offers Wi-Fi, patio seating

6. Cuppa Espresso Bar

2435 Kinwest Parkway, Irving


This coffee shop is located on the second floor of the Irving Bible Church and offers a range of hot and cold coffees, all of which are roasted in-house. It also serves teas, specialty drinks and food items.

Signature drinks: subata latte, shakerato

Signature foods: cold cut sandwiches, breakfast sandwiches

Offers Wi-Fi, patio seating

7. Pax & Beneficia Coffee

5244 N. O’Connor Blvd., Ste. 150, Irving


This shop with Mediterranean and Middle Eastern influences offers hot and cold brewed coffee, assorted teas, pastries and other food items with a Turkish flair.

Signature drinks: cardamom latte, cortado

Signature foods: avocado toast, cruffins

Offers Wi-Fi, patio seating


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