January 17

Get Caffeinated at One of These Denton, TX Coffee Shops

a mug of coffee on a wooden tableLocated not far from Dallas, Denton is home to several unique and fun coffee shops. Whether you need your daily eye-opener or something quick to eat, there is something for everyone in town.
West Oak Coffee Bar
Located on West Oak Street in the historic downtown Denton square, West Oak Coffee Bar is open seven days a week from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. They serve a happy hour Monday through Thursday from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. While you enjoy your treats, take a look at the art on the wall, all created by located artists. Some of the menu highlights include the espresso bar with drinks like the 4-ounce Cortado. You can also try a signature honey blend espresso. There are also loose leaf and organic teas.
Pair your drink with dishes such as the S.O.S. It is sawmill gravy and two fried eggs over a warm biscuit. You also have the option of adding sausage. There is a build your own breakfast option as well as a variety of sweet treats to go with your drink.

Golden Boy Coffee Co. 
The Golden Boy Coffee Co. is on North Elm Street. They are open until midnight, seven days a week for your enjoyment. This unique and fun location has a bar area as well as a patio if you want to sit and relax for a while. There is free Wi-Fi offered while you enjoy your coffee and treats. When it comes to coffee, they offer traditional brew as well as pour-over, red-eye, latte, and cold brew. You have the option of adding syrup to your drink.
If you or one of your friends enjoys tea, they serve Earl Grey, English Breakfast, and Genmachia Green, among other options. There is also hot chocolate, drinking chocolate, and smoothies available. They have a bar menu if you would like an alcoholic drink after work. Pair your favorite beverage with assorted pastries, grilled cheese, pizza, or a vegan snack box.
The industrial and unique Cryptozoology offers guests a wide variety of coffees from around the world. They are on South Bell Ave and open Monday through Saturday from 7-7. They’ve worked with roasters in Ethiopia, Kenya, and Honduras. Beyond the coffee, you can enjoy your favorite latte and add vanilla to it. They also serve cappuccino, espresso, Americano, and pour-over. If you are looking for a non-coffee option, try their hot tea, sparkling ice tea, chai tea, or hot chocolate. As you enjoy your drink, take some time to check out the offerings from the local vendors or pick up your favorite blend to bring home along with a new mug.
As you visit each location, make a note of what you like. Look around. Does the decor stay with you, or is there a particular thing you enjoyed that has you counting down the days until your return trip? Let your friends and family know about it so they can enjoy it or invite them to come with you on your next trip.
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