Located in the State-Thomas historic district of Dallas, Crooked Tree Coffeehouse has now reopened after renovations. The eclectic home setting is a perfect place to enjoy a cup of coffee or pastry. Crooked tree values economic responsibility – that’s why they use locally grown coffee and bring in food from local bakeries and restaurants from around Dallas.
For hours and more information, visit their website: http://www.crookedtreecoffeehouse.com/.
Sales staff cannot live at anything less than the speed of light, but occasionally there is a need to slow down. Alpha’s Jeff Wilt and Sean Bowman have been known to break bread at Slowpokes, and it is a real treat as “locally sourced” is a keystone of the establishment. The coffee is wonderful as well – fresh, strong, and sufficient caffeine to get both of them up to warp speed again.
Check out their menu at http://www.slowpokeshtx.com/.
Looking for a new place for your morning caffeine fix or kombucha? Try Mudsmith in Oak Lawn! Serving Avoca coffee, and with kombucha on tap, Mudsmith is the perfect place to start your day. Heading there on the weekend? Bring your four-legged friends with you to enjoy their pet-friendly patio! For more information, check out http://mudsmithcoffee.com/.
Need a good spot for a group meeting? You might want to try George Coffee + Provisions in Coppell. This coffee shop sits in Old Town Coppell among new row houses, restaurants, and a park. What makes GCP unique is the structure itself – the coffee shop is built inside a large, white house. The Carriage House pairs coffee with community, offering its patrons with ample seating inside, a library, and an outdoor courtyard. The library can be reserved up to four hours and can seat 10 around a large farm table. Good coffee AND a private library to meet in? That’s a win.
Coffee doesn’t always have to come from the break room. If you want to add some pizazz to your morning fuel, try Peridot Coffee, located right across the street from our Dallas office – doesn’t get much closer than that! Peridot boasts a similar menu to Brand S and serves up all the coffee, espresso, and tea you could want. Try the green tea flat, a three-layered drink that combines matcha green tea, espresso, and steamed milk (the latte and café mocha also get two thumbs up). Try some on the go the next trip to the office!
Remember renting VHS movies at Hollywood Video? Owner, Mark Wattles has always been an entrepreneur. Founder of Hollywood Video, HomeAdvisor.com, and owner of 40 plus restaurants, Wattles is returning to his home state and brewing up some competition in the Texas coffee industry with 151 Coffee in Flower Mound and North Richland Hills. These 500 SF coffee kiosks are all about speed – double drive-in’s, no food, just coffee. The buildings are still under construction, but with the help of Alpha Testing, they will soon be brewing quick morning fuel for North Texas.
For a quick coffee grab, try Theory Coffee in San Antonio. No concrete slab for this shop because it sits on wheels instead. Theory Coffee is a mobile trailer that serves up some high quality, local brew roasted in Round Rock, TX. Track the trailer on their website, but most days it sits on the southwest corner of I-410 and Nacogdoches Road. Try it on your next commute!