8 coffee shops in Frisco with sips for every season

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Summer Moon is located in downtown Frisco. (Summer El-Shahawy/Community Impact Newspaper)

Summer Moon is located in downtown Frisco. (Summer El-Shahawy/Community Impact Newspaper)

Whether you enjoy classic coffees or prefer a unique tea, these coffee shops in Frisco offer beverages for all ages and palates. Explore this list of neighborhood spots for a morning pick-me-up, an afternoon snack or a weekend coffee date.

Coley's Craft Coffee and Remedy Bar

Global Peace Factory Coffee is now Coley’s Craft and Remedy Bar. Still located on Legacy Drive, the rebrand is intended to increase business after the decrease in customer traffic related to COVID-19. The two-story coffeehouse serves coffee, matcha and a selection of teas as well as fruit smoothies and paninis. Coley’s is also a wine and beer bar, and customers can grab a glass of something local while catching up on news, business, sports and crypto on the TVs. 1377 Legacy Drive, Ste. 100, Frisco. 214-390-7511. https://www.facebook.com/ColeysLocal

Karmic Grounds

Do good and drink coffee at Karmic Grounds, an elegant, moody coffee and tea bar with two locations in Frisco. This is not an average coffee shop: Karmic Grounds also offers wine, beer and various bites. Coffee aficionados know as far as beans go, Onyx is the cream of the crop. Treat yourself to coffee that you can flavor with Arkansas-based Pink House Alchemy syrups.


7227 Main St., Ste. 600, Frisco. 972-370-3514

3033 Ohio Drive, Ste. 1000, Frisco. 469-912-0660. https://karmicgrounds.com/

Lemma Coffee Co.

At Lemma Coffee Co, customers can find unique drinks with names to match. Try a Griswold, a spiced amaretto cortado with ground cloves and amaretto syrup served with a butter cookie. For darker days, try the Citrusgoth Latte—charcoal, chocolate and citrus. Lemma’s also offers sandwiches, acai bowls, various sweet and savory toasts, and a selection of pastries. 9250 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 150, Frisco. 469-827-8487. https://www.orderlemma.com/

Renew Coffee N Bakery

Whether you are a coffee lover, are a tea enthusiast or want some vegan dining options, Renew Coffee N Bakery has it all. Try unique drinks, such as a rose latte and superfood beetroot latte, or pick from the picturesque display of handmade bakery items. Those in need of a cake for a special occasion can also find that at Renew. For a bonus item, pick up an animal-themed marshmallow with your coffee. 8880 Coleman Blvd., Frisco. 214-407-8739. https://www.instagram.com/renewcoffeenbakery/?hl=en





Summer Moon Coffee

The vibe of Summer Moon Coffee is akin to a magical, warm summer night in Texas. The shop’s coffee beans are hand-roasted in Austin in its own wood-fired brick ovens. Most drink titles have a cheeky play on words, such as the seasonal Cinnamoon, which features espresso; the company’s signature sweet cream Moon Milk, oat milk, and cinnamon; or the Eclipse—a double shot of espresso poured over two ounces of chilled Moon Milk. 6943 Main St., Frisco. 469-294-0117. https://summermooncoffee.com/pages/frisco

The Book Shoppe & Coffee

As a unique outreach of Insight for Living Ministries, The Book Shoppe & Coffee offers a range of coffees, teas and eats as well as biblical resource books available to purchase. According to its website, customers can help provide “biblical resources to international communities by purchasing a beverage, bag of specialty coffee, or book.” 5330 Parkwood Blvd., Ste. 100, Frisco. 469-535-8500. https://thebookshoppefrisco.com/

WOW Donuts and Drips

Do you like coffee, donuts and supporting women-owned businesses? WOW Donuts and Drips is the place for you. Keep it simple with a vanilla sprinkled doughnut, or try something colorful, such as the Over The Rainbow doughnut. If you like mochi, Japanese rice cakes that use glutinous rice flour for a chewy texture, try a matcha cream cheese mochi doughnut. As far as drips go, WOW has standard classics, such as lattes, as well as more unique options, such as horchata and dirty chai. Order for curbside pickup or delivery. 8811 Teel Parkway, Ste. 160, Frisco. 469-514-2647. https://www.wowdonutsanddrips.com/

85C Bakery Cafe

Founder Cheng-Hsueh Wu’s vision for 85C Bakery Cafe was a business that made five-star coffees and baked goods at affordable prices. The reason for the name is 85 degrees Celsius is said to be the best temperature for brewing espresso. Customers can find something classic, such as a caramel macchiato, or try something more novel, such as a sea salt caramel coffee—sweetened Americano with sea salt whipped cream and caramel sauce. The business also offers milk teas and boba. Grab an upscale sweet pastry, such as a guava cheese strudel, or go savory with a pork sung bun. 9292 Warren Parkway, Ste. 300, Frisco. 469-362-8711. https://www.85cbakerycafe.com/
By Summer El-Shahawy
Summer El-Shahawy joined Community Impact Newspaper as the Frisco/McKinney Multi-Platform Journalist in January 2022. Her experience includes working as a Features Writer with The Idle Class Magazine and as a News Reporter with The Arkansas Traveler. She is a Plano native and 2020 graduate of The University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.