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Three must visit coffee shops in North Texas

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After seeing pictures of mouth watering cups of coffee on social media, I decided to ditch my typical Starbucks runs and visit the top aesthetically pleasing coffee shops in the area.

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The interior of Summer Moon Coffee.

Summer Moon Coffee: Best for hanging out with friends

Summer Moon Coffee is located in Downtown Frisco, which perfectly fits the old, but modern vibe of the coffee shop. As I walked in, I saw the rustic interior and popular brick wall (pictured above) and was welcomed by friendly staff members who walked me through the cold brew, hot coffee and their sweet “Moon Milk.” I decided to order one of the more popular drinks, a Summermoon Latte priced at $4.25. Usually when I order lattes, I have to add in more sugar, but the Summermoon Latte was sweet and creamy on its own – something I’ve always looked for in coffee. With delicious coffee and an atmosphere for hanging out with friends, I’m over the moon for this coffee shop.

 

Liberation Coffee Company: Best for studying

Liberation Coffee Company’s modern, clean environment offers tons of work space for studying or doing homework with its desks and patio tables outside. While music playing inside the coffee shop, it was quiet enough to where I could study and focus on work I needed to complete. I ordered an Iced Coffee, and was pleased with the flavor and richness of the coffee – one of the best Iced Coffees I have ever tasted. 

Photo by Shalu Kattuvelil
The exterior of George: Coffee + Provisions.

 

George: Coffee + Provisions: Best for relaxing

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The Honey Roasted Latte at George: Coffee + Provisions.

From the white and wooden interior, George: Coffee + Provisions offers a spacious, but also peaceful environment – something I appreciated the most beside the coffee. You can choose from the booths, couches, small tables or larger rooms to enjoy your coffee whether you’re on your own, with a friend or a group of friends. Not only is the look of the coffee shop appealing, but the coffee is, too. I ordered a Honey Roasted Latte, a little pricey at $5.00, but it was worth it. For the aesthetically pleasing interior and the scrumptious coffee, I know George: Coffee + Provisions will replace Starbucks as my go to coffee shop.

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