Check out these favorite Fort Worth coffee shops to meet up with friends or to get work done! These 17 Best Coffee Shops in Fort Worth to Visit (in 2021) have a great atmosphere and a sure-fire way to brighten up your day.
Coffee! I can’t get through my day without at least one cup of coffee. It’s just so good! While my son is in school, I like to work at least one day a week in a coffee shop. There is just something about working in one to get my creative juices flowing.
Of course, I enjoy making my coffee shop drinks such as this s’mores cold brew coffee float or salted caramel coffee recipe. But there is something wonderful about a high-quality brew from one of the best shops in town.
17 Best Coffee Shops in Fort Worth to Visit (in 2021)
Also known as the locals’ living room. Brewed will always hold a special place in my heart. I have gathered countless times with my other young widow friends. We have laughed hysterically, cried many tears, and spent hours encouraging each other. It’s our place and the owners (who know our stories) open up their arms and welcome us as if we are family.
Address: 801 W Magnolia Ave
Good food? Yes! They have a full menu and a full bar.
Plenty of seating? Yes, they have bar seating, tables, and a large patio.
Good for work? Absolutely! The perfect place to stay awhile and get your work done.
Don’t let the size of the gorgeous building fool you. It looks large, but the inside is quite small.
Address: 400 Bryan Ave
Good food? Yes. A small selection of pastries, avocado toasts, and quiche.
Plenty of seating? Offers a long booth along the wall and a few high-top tables. When the weather is nice, grab a table on the patio.
Good for work? Depends. There is not a huge amount of seating, so depends if it’s busy or not.
This has an edgier vibe than other cafes in Fort Worth. They have a variety of coffee on tap. You can also enjoy a Taco Heads breakfast taco – so that a win for sure!
Address: 250 W Lancaster Ave
Good food? Breakfast tacos and pastries.
Plenty of seating? Large space that offers bars, sofas, and tables.
Good for work? Sort of. It has plenty of space, but it echos and can be very loud if you come during a busy rush.
A mix of craft coffee and homemade desserts. Plenty of space to spread out, relax and enjoy your craft cup of joe.
Address: 804 S. Main St. Suite 120
Good food? Limited to desserts.
Plenty of seating? Yes and so comfortable.
Good for work? This place has the cozy and intimate feel where you want to sit and get ALL the work done.
Looking to load up on carbs, then Dwell is your place! Their goal is that you have the best day ever – and their coffee and biscuits sure do make your day.
Address: 3113 South University Dr
Good food? Several biscuit varieties & biscuit sandwiches.
Plenty of seating? Tables and booths.
Good for work? Yes. It is close to the TCU campus and gets filled up quickly.
Is a cute coffee shop by day and a cocktail lounge by night. They have an inviting patio that is a fantastic place to relax on those few perfect weather days we have.
Address: 3009 Bledsoe St
Good food? The food is good, but they only offer a small selection of pastries.
Plenty of seating? The front of the shop has bar-type seating. The lounge area offers more seating and is spread out making it possible to get work done or for meeting up with friends.
Good for work? Yes, if you sit in the lounge area.
A quaint coffee trailer/cart is where it’s at! Although you either have to take your coffee to go or drink it outside, it’s worth the visit.
Address: 4147 Meadowbrook Drive
Good food? Food is limited to pastries and tacos from Taco Heads. But they have my favorite breakfast tacos. So I say yes to good food.
Plenty of seating? They offer picnic tables next to the cart and there are shade trees.
Good for work? No. With limited seating, it’s best to enjoy a beautiful day with a good book or to meet up with friends.
My favorite is grabbing a drink and sitting on the patio on Magnolia. It has a laid-back vibe and great coffee.
Address: 1121 W. Magnolia Ave. and 835 Foch St
Good food? Plenty of baked goods.
Plenty of seating? Plenty of seating and are close together.
Good for work? It’s good for work but can feel crowded at times.
Address:326 Bryan Ave.
Good food? Large selection of waffles, sandwiches, breakfast burritos, and pastries.
Plenty of seating? Cozy selection of tables, bar seating, and sofas.
Good for work? Yes. It’s a cozy and quiet location is this perfect for work or studying.
With 3 locations offering a coffee shop and co-working space.
Address: 1121 W. Magnolia Ave. and 4731 Camp Bowie Blvd. and 2700 Weisenberger Street
Good food? Breakfast tacos and pastries.
Plenty of seating? Yes. Just tables and chairs.
Good for work? Yes, perfect for work and to be around others that are doing the same thing.
This establishment is the perfect spot to grab coffee, food and enjoy the views of the Trinity River on the patio.
Address: 1751 River Run Suite #151
Good food? An extensive menu for a coffee shop.
Plenty of seating? Yes! Has a full dining room and a large patio overlooking the river.
Good for work? Absolutely!
This bright coffee shop with floor-to-ceiling windows is great for when you want to work. Great coffee and good food will make this one your favorite spots.
Address: 500 W 7th St. Suite 140
Good food? They offer pastries, sandwiches, and oatmeal.
Plenty of seating? Lots of variations and plenty of window seats.
Good for work? Yes!
A renovated 1940’s bail bonds office has a vintage vibe. No wifi in the restaurant, so you’ll have to enjoy the company of who you are with!
Address: 3021 Race St.
Good food? Snacks and bagels.
Plenty of seating? Limited seating.
Good for work? No. The space is small and no wifi.
Their signature moon milk is a sweet creamer that is a must-try. They also provide kids sections with toys and games that allow parents a bit of time to enjoy their coffee.
Address: 625 S Main St.
Good food? Breakfast tacos, light snacks, and pastries.
Plenty of seating? Downstairs offer window seating and tables. The upstairs is a little more intimate and offers a variety of seating options.
Good for work? Yes. The upstairs is quieter and less foot traffic, making it the best spot to get work done.
They focus on supporting local businesses. They also have an extensive tea menu. Parking is a bit of a tricky situation and they only have 3 designated spots.
Address: 109 Houston St.
Good food? Mostly snack options and a variety of pastries.
Plenty of seating? A few couches and multiple tables.
Good for work? Yes. The vibe is wanting you to get comfy and stay awhile.
Address: 2972 Crockett St.
Good food? Yes. A full menu of breakfast soups, sandwiches and roasted coffees, teas, smoothies & a full bar.
Plenty of seating? It’s a large restaurant with plenty of seating. They also have a small semi-private room for meetings or intimate gatherings.
Good for work? Yes. They have good internet and spaced-out seating making it ideal for work.
This is the new kid in town! It’s technically located in Haltom City but is too good not to add to this list. Located in a renovated home, you will first be greeted with a beautiful fireplace. This place is gorgeously decorated and the perfect spot to listen to live music, meet friends for lunch, or to work for hours in one of the rooms.
Address: 3501 Denton Hwy.
Good food? Yes! A huge food selection of gluten-free, keto-friendly, vegan, and everything in between.
Plenty of seating? They offer an internet bar for solitude to work, eclectic spaces to gather with friends, and a gorgeous outdoor patio.
Good for work? Yes. There is an internet bar if you want to work in solitude and lots of 2 & 4 top tables for work. Plus outlets within reach at each table.