Saturday, May 20, 2017 at 4 a.m.
Dee Traylor pours a cappuccino at newly rebranded Rosalind Coffee in Garland.
Courtesy of Rosalind
Looking for a new place to grab a cup of coffee? The DFW craft coffee scene is expanding rapidly, which means you have more new options than ever — and a lot of those options are easily accessible to those outside of Dallas proper.
XO Coffee Company is a sweet addition to downtown Plano.
XO Coffee Co.
1023 E. 15th St., Plano
Linda McCall, an interior designer, fell in love with coffee while studying abroad in Barcelona. In February, McCall and her husband, David Martin, doubled Plano’s craft coffee offerings by opening XO Coffee Co. on Avenue K. The sweet, modern shop occupies a 100-year-old building and serves coffee from local Novel Coffee Roasters. Try a single-origin pour-over, a coffee-free beverage like aguas frescas or the XO Soda, made with cream, soda water and house-made raspberry syrup.
Kimzey’s architecture was heavily inspired by Hugh Comstock’s fairytale cottages by the sea.
429 U.S. 377, Argyle
This whimsical addition to Argyle’s growing food-and-drink scene comes courtesy of the development group behind some of the area’s most popular eateries, Barley & Board, LSA Burger and Earl’s 377. The quirky building is modeled after a fairytale cottage, with “accidental” doors and round, hobbit-style windows, along with fireplaces and cozy nooks for curling up with a cup of coffee. The cafe serves Denton’s West Oak coffee, an assortment of teas and hot cocoa for kids…
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