National Coffee Day was on September 29. But every day can be National Coffee Day when you try hard enough. Whether you fancy a piping hot americano, café au lait, or just really want to learn a thing or two about coffee, we got the place for you. Bottoms up.
Take a coffee class
Texas Coffee School offers a three-day comprehension course on everything that is coffee. No experience necessary. Pricing and scheduling varies.
Learn how to roast your own coffee
White Rock Coffee is not just a coffee shop, they also hold educational coffee courses right next door to their main shop. Classes are by appointment only, and are for professionals and beginners alike.
Sign up for a coffee subscription
Noble Coyote Coffee Roasters has a fun service that allows you to choose coffee from your favorite regions. Or let the shop’s owner send you his favorite picks of the month. Sign up here.
Try a different brewing method
Pax & Beneficia is a new coffee shop that opened in Irving over the summer. They specialize in Turkish coffee, which is served in a tiny cup, and brewed in a tiny Turkish pot known as an ibrik. Check it out.
Listen to live music (while you drink coffee)
If you love live music, and a good cup of specialty coffee, then give Opening Bell Coffee a visit. The shop is located in South Side on Lamar, close to downtown Dallas. They feature live performances most nights. It’s fun.
Enjoy a taco with your cortado
Fiction Coffee, located at Ross and Hall in Dallas, offers a variety of coffee and breakfast tacos from Tacodeli. They’re a one-stop shop.