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

469-293-3550

http://zenzerokitchen.com


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

972-745-1246

http://americanteaandcoffee.com

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

972-427-1991

http://liberationcoffeecompany.com

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

469-464-3107

http://georgecoffeeandprovisions.com

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

972-863-3000

http://ascensiondallas.com

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

972-560-4623

www.facebook.com/cuppa-espresso-bar-1597862857165255/

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

214-390-6883

https://paxandbeneficia.com

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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