5 Best Coffee and Tea Shops in Fort Worth

July 15th, 2021 by

If you enjoy visiting local coffee and tea shops, then you need to add these community-minded coffee locales to your next weekend destination adventure. From high-quality coffee beverages, specialty crafted teas, and locally sourced baked goods, you will be pleasantly surprised by all that Fort Worth has to offer when it comes to flavorful javas, delicious brews, and uniquely spiced teas.

Black Coffee

An award-winning coffee shop in East Fort Worth, Black Coffee is known for using coffee to build community by bridging gaps and creating new relationships. They source their own beans for delicious hot or iced original favorites like espressos, cappuccinos, Americanos, and macchiatos, as well as their specialty daily brews. 

A few of their local specialties include the Turmeric and Honey Latte, an espresso coffee with local raw honey, turmeric powder, and steamed milk. Try their Lavender Honey Latte, an espresso coffee with raw honey, lavender syrup, and steamed milk. They also feature several teas and non-coffee drinks such as chai lattes, matcha lattes, hot loose-leaf tea, iced tea, and hot chocolate. While you’re there, pick up one of their popular baked goods like their almond croissants, everything bagels, or breakfast tacos.

Lazy Daisy Coffee

The mission of Lazy Daisy Coffee is to encourage down-to-earth and diverse connections over thoughtfully crafted coffee. One of the newest coffee shops in Fort Worth, they won Best of Fort Worth New Coffee Shop in 2021. While their menu is simple and uncomplicated, you can order anything from espresso or Americano to a tea latte or café au lait. They also provide alternate kinds of milk such as almond, oat, and macadamia, as well as syrups you can add to your favorite brewed java like vanilla, mocha, lavender, honey, and caramel.

What truly makes Lazy Daisy Coffee unique is its specialty drinks. The Honey Bee is a latte made with house-crafted honey syrup and warming spices. The Holly Blue is a spritzer made with butterfly pea powder, Topo Chico, lemon juice, and simple syrup. 

Trinity Coffee House

A locally-owned coffee locale, Trinity Coffee House, was created to not only offer great coffee but also a warm and inviting space to work or gather. They are particularly proud to offer a comfortable place with a welcoming and vibrant atmosphere that feels just like home.

The menu at Trinity offers a variety of coffee and teas along with several light bites for a quick grab-and-go breakfast or lunch. Their breakfast tacos are made with your choice of bacon or potato, along with egg and cheese. They also offer breakfast sandwiches with either sausage or veggies, with both egg and cheese as well. Try their local favorite called Little Becky with honey ham, baby Swiss, and butter mustard dressing on a poppy seed kolache roll. You can also choose from gluten-free or regular cinnamon rolls and muffins, homemade granola bars, yogurt parfaits, and oatmeal.

Roots Coffeehouse

If you are a huge supporter of local business and community, then you will want to visit Roots Coffeehouse. Known for its relationship with local businesses, they offer an amazing line of regular and specialty coffee drinks. Not only do they support community suppliers like Novel Coffee Roasters and Sublime Chocolate, but they also feature local artists, community events, and coffee classes.

When it comes to coffee, Roots knows how to prepare and serve incredible hot or cold-brewed java. Choose from espresso-style coffee like macchiatos, cortados, and cappuccinos. You’ll definitely want to try their Shakerato, which is a double shot of espresso, a shot of half and half, and two raw sugars shaken with ice.

For specialty coffee drinks, order the Local Honey Vanilla Latte, an espresso with steamed milk, local honey, and homemade vanilla syrup. You may also want to try The Classic, a lightly sweetened latte. Their seasonal and summer drink menu includes a Clementine Mocha, house-made clementine/vanilla syrup with dark cocoa, espresso, and steamed milk, or a Passion Fruit Soda, passion fruit and raspberry served soda style. For those who prefer plant-based beverages, you have to order the Cloverfield Latte, an espresso with house-made vanilla syrup, Lucky Irish syrup and steamed Magic Mylk.

While Roots Coffeehouse is known for its high-quality coffee, it’s also well-known for its wide assortment of teas. They feature a variety of flavors from Holy Kombucha as well as a wide range of assorted loose leaf teas. A few of their specialty tea drinks include the Moodchanger, blue jasmine tea and lemon that changes from a blue to purple color, and the Foggy London, a blend of vanilla, Earl Grey, and steamed milk.

Dwell Coffee and Biscuits

Since 2014, Dwell Coffee and Biscuits has been putting smiles on faces across the Fort Worth area with their carefully crafted espresso, matcha, and tea beverages along with their flaky buttermilk biscuits and sandwiches. 

Choose from espresso drinks such as lattes, flavored lattes, mochas, caramel macchiatos, and more. Their matcha varieties include cortados, Americano, lattes, and millies. They also provide other signature beverages such as drip coffee, cold brew coffee, loose leaf tea, and hot chocolate. Any of these drinks can be created with their oat or almond milk alternatives.

Before opening Dwell, the owners traveled the country discovering coffee shops and roasters from the East to the West coast. On their journey, they happened upon a breakfast diner that featured biscuits. From that experience, they created their one-of-a-kind biscuit menu, which they believe is the perfect pairing with freshly brewed coffee.

The Biswich is a buttermilk biscuit sandwich that can be prepared with either scrambled egg and cheddar cheese, sausage and cheddar cheese with bacon aioli or bacon and egg with cheddar cheese. For those who enjoy the simplicity of a flaky buttermilk biscuit, order a biscuit with jam or their signature mini biscuits.

At Hiley Mazda of Fort Worth, these coffee and tea locales are just a few of our favorite places to find a delicious hot or cold beverage. Do you have a favorite coffee or tea shop that you frequent in the Fort Worth area? If so, we’d love to hear about it. Contact us to let us know and we’ll be happy to add it to our list.

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