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Where to find 35+ wonderful coffee shops in Fort Worth

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The John Wayne-inspired cafe is now open in the Stockyards.

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For richer or pour over, Cowtown’s coffee shops are what keep us going in the morning. Our city ranks among the top coffee cities in America thanks to factors like cafes per capita and the price of beans.

Fort Worth has no shortage of masterful baristas, aromatic roasts, and foamy lattes. But if you’re having trouble deciding on a spot, gather some brews clues with our guide to some of the best coffee shops in town.

Pro tip: If you need to refine your order, review the different kinds of coffee before stepping up to the counter.

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Sons Coffee used to be Sons of Liberty.

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Corrida Coffee, Renaissance Worthington Hotel, 200 Main St. | Named after the Spanish word for bullfight, enjoy a caffeinated beverage in the cow-themed cafe.

Pax and Beneficia, 101 W. Fifth St. | Sip on options from light London Fogs to heavy hitters like Turkish coffee.

Rio Dulce Coffee, 109 Houston St. | Formerly Vaquero Coffee Co., the shop’s most popular horchata latte will give you a boost of energy and flavor.

Sons Coffee, 250 W. Lancaster Ave., Ste. 120 | The coffee shop features a minimalist space with desks, couches, and bars to work from. Pro tip: There is free parking in the garage behind the building.

Buon Giorno Coffee, 500 W. Seventh St. | Located just across the street from Burnett Park, this shop serves warm vibes to get your creative juices flowing. With free Wi-Fi and plenty of seating, you won’t regret grabbing a signature beverage while you type away. Try this: A Mocha Bianca made with white chocolate.

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Nothing pairs better with pastries than with a hot cup of coffee. | Photo by Stiry Crazy Baked Goods


Black Coffee, 1417 Vaughn Blvd. + DFW Airport | The award-winning cafe serves classic coffee options and colorful signature drinks like a rose matcha latte. Plus, this brand is now brewing at Gate A9 inside DFW Airport.

Race Street Coffee, 3021 Race St. | Grab a nitro cold brew and a homemade “pop tart"on your way to work in the River District.

Coming Soon: HustleBlendz Coffee, 120 St. Louis Ave. | Pick up a cold brew or signature frappe at the shop when it reopens in its new location on Saturday, May 4.


Ampersand Coffee also serves iced teas and frozen blended drinks. | Photo by @ampersandtx

Cultural District

The Perk Coffee Shop, 3701 Birchman Ave. | The coffee shop inside Christ Chapel is open five days a week and has free Wi-Fi, a workspace, and an on-site board room free to reserve.

Ampersand, Multiple locations | Coffee during the day and club after hours — what more could you want? Plus, it sells its own blends. Did you know the local company is now open in Terminal C at the DFW Airport?


If you don’t love a sugary brew, ask the barrista about less-sweet options.

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Near Southside

Cherry Coffee Shop, 1121 W. Magnolia Ave. | Sip on 15+ menu options ranging from drip coffee and matcha lattes to an assortment of teas and pastries.

Avoca Coffee Roasters, Multiple locations | This spot is a perfect place to get some work done while sipping on custom drinks.

Roots Coffeehouse, 400 Bryan Ave. + 2700 Horne St., Ste. 110| Order online for pick-up or dine-in and try the all-day menu featuring teas and coffees, sandwiches, smoothies, and toast.

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Something great is brewing at South Main Micro Park.

Café x José, 105 S. Main St. | This food truck in the South Main Micro Park is open on weekends and serves coffee and espresso drinks in addition to brunch dishes that incorporate Mexican flavors.

Crude Craft Coffee Bar, 804 S. Main St., Ste. 120 | No coffee is complete without a homemade dessert like strawberry cake or tiramisu.

Summer Moon Coffee, 625 S. Main. St. + 817 Matisse Dr. | The cafe is known for its wood-fired coffee roasting process using Texas oak and serves breakfast tacos, pastries, and breads. Bonus: The popular hangout spot inspired local R&B sensation Leon Bridges to write the song “Summer Moon” with Kevin Kaarl.

Ostara Coffee coffe with neon sign.

This women owned + operated business is serving Fort Worth.

Photo via Ostara Coffee

Ostara Coffee, 203 S. Main St. | Fort Worth’s first women-owned-and-operated coffee roaster, this business has been selling coffee at local retailers and markets since 2022. Currently, you can find its pop-up location at Bodega South Main.

Go Coffee Co., 1274 W. Terrell Ave. + 1500 S. Main St. | The mobile coffee truck serves late-night boosts outside Texas Health Harris Hospital and JPS Hospital. The menu features açaí bowls, smoothies, and coffees.

White Rhino Coffee, 1217 Eighth Ave., Ste. 101 | Choose from six different house roasts and various brewing techniques.

Café Momento, 1200 Sixth Ave. | The fixed-price espresso bar focuses on small-batch craft roasts with beans sourced from the highest sustainability and ethical production standards.


Love Local is a great spot for plant-lovers and art aficionados.

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Hulen / Tanglewood

BreveCo Craft Coffee, 4800 S. Hulen St., Ste. 5513 | This spot is perfect if you need a caffeine boost while shopping at Hulen Mall.

Love Local Coffee + Art, 4612 SW Loop 820 | Peruse local designs, creations, and pastries in this plant-filled café.

Yogi’s Deli and Grill, 2710 S. Hulen St. | Grab a morning brew to go with a fresh bagel or hot breakfast tacos.


Ascension is a great place to enjoy a cappuccino while reading your morning newsletter.

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Common Grounds, 3110 Greene Ave. | Study with friends or work on a project just steps away from the TCU campus. From floor-to-ceiling windows to brick walls, you’ll feel like you’re sitting in your living room.

Batter & Beans, 3548 S. Hills Ave., Ste. 18 | Head to this shop — located in the Westcliff Shopping Center south of TCU — for a cup of coffee that pairs perfectly with a made-to-order mini cake or specialty donut.

Dutch Bros Coffee, Multiple locations | The drive-thru coffee chain is serving up customized coffee, Rebel energy drinks, and tea.

Ascension Coffee, 1751 River Run, Ste. 151 | Try one of each with the seasonal cortado flights and classic coffee options.

El Gran Café, 4200 S. Freeway, Ste. 1079 | Located inside La Gran Plaza, customers can grab traditional Mexican beverages including dulce de leche, Mexican hot chocolate, horchata latte, and cortado.

Photo of a girl holding a matcha latter in a green sweater.

Don’t be afraid to matcha your beverage.

Westside / Camp Bowie

Fort Worth Coffee Co., 4731 Camp Bowie Blvd. | This shop and coworking space always serves coffee with a sweet smile and a kind word. Try this: A pour-over and a ginger molasses cookie.

Flat Track Coffee, 6475 Camp Bowie Blvd. | This Austin-based roaster is brewing hot and iced coffee drinks and is home to a variety of beans for purchase.

Portico Coffee cash register and ordering station for leafy artwork painted on the wall.

We see the union of coffee and art at Portico Coffee.


Casa Azul Coffee, 300 W. Central Ave. | Grab a shaken espresso or a churro latte and settle in for one of the shop’s community events.

Portico Coffee, 2503 Roosevelt Ave. | Designed to be a collaborative space for the arts, this shop is brewing a sense of community — along with coffee, of course, in the renovated 1914 Koldin House.


We can’t wait for fall coffee flavors to return.

Outside the Loop

151 Coffee, 9301 N. Freeway | Fuel up at this far north Fort Worth shop with coffees, smoothies, and shakes.

Native Coffee + Kitchen, 2725 Heritage Trace Pkwy. | Pick up a morning cup of Joe to go with a serving of cowboy hash.

Dwell Coffee & Biscuits, 108 W. Ellison St., Ste. 101, Burleson | Try a signature Lil Sebastian to wash down a homemade biscuit sandwich.

Froth Coffee & Dessert Bar, 1090 Schoolhouse Rd., Haslet | We love a coffee and ice cream pairing — or even better, a coffee-ice cream-cinnamon roll combo.

Black Rifle Coffee Company, 9001 Benbrook Rd., Benbrook | Grab a cup to start your morning, or join the coffee subscription club for regular deliveries of fresh, locally brewed coffee.

Brew it yourself

Shop our favorite coffee essentials to turn your house into our city’s next great coffee destination.

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