Need a pick-me-up? Three coffee shops will soon be serving up caffeinated cups around the Lakewood area, including one that is planting its first U.S. location in the region. This list is not comprehensive.

1. Ascension Coffee

Dallas-based Ascension Coffee is set to open its “most unique location yet” in the Casa Linda neighborhood. Giving a former community gathering place new life, plans to open an Ascension Coffee concept Feb. 18 were announced for 9353 Garland Road in the former White Rock Community Chapel. According to the company’s Facebook page, it intends to incorporate elements that are reminiscent of the building’s past, including beamed ceilings, arched windows and “ornate chandeliers.”

Ascension’s menu includes a variety of coffee and tea drinks, wines, and food items, such as sandwiches, salads and bowls. The new location will be the seventh for Ascension, which has others in Dallas, Addison, Coppell, Frisco and Fort Worth.

2. Pull Through Coffee Bar

Pull Through Coffee Bar, a new cycling-centric coffee shop, is scheduled to open near White Rock Lake on Feb. 25. The coffee shop will be located at 4875 W. Lawther Drive, Dallas, inside Dallas Bike Works, a popular local bike shop. In addition to inside seating, the coffee shop will have a walk-up window for outdoor ordering. The shop will serve a variety of coffee drinks made with Cultivar Coffee, a Dallas-based coffee-roasting company. It will also offer pastries from Leila Bakery & Cafe, a local business in East Dallas, and tea from Rakkasan Tea Co., a local tea vendor.

Owner Christina James said she plans to offer other health-conscious options from locally sourced small businesses. She hopes to offer beer and wine in the future, once she gets the licensing to do so. The coffee shop does not have a website yet, but James said those interested in the shop can stay updated through the business’ Instagram page. 469-668-2663.

3. Black Sheep Coffee

Black Sheep Coffee is bringing its coffee shop concept to the U.S. with a planned location at 6240 E. Mockingbird Lane in Dallas. A spokesperson for the U.K.-based coffee chain said a specific date for the opening has not been set. However, Black Sheep expects to open within the first half of the year.

Black Sheep serves a variety of coffee drinks, smoothies and shakes, along with Norwegian waffle snacks and packaged coffee beans. The company has additional locations in the U.K., France and the Philippines.