The Best Coffee In Irving
I love coffee almost as much as I love donuts so, my next Best of Irving, of course, had to be coffee! So, stop what you're doing and go try the best coffee in Irving. Ready. Set. Go!
Java Me Up is in the same building as the Valley Ranch Library. They have a covered patio with fans that overlooks the canal. When you walk in, there are a few tables and chairs, and also a cozy spot with comfy chairs around a coffee table. The coffee is delicious, but I also suggest you try the frozen hot chocolate! The baked goods are so stinkin' delicious that it’s hard to pick just one. They have a few lunch options too, but I haven’t tried them yet.
Argentina Bakery is such a warm and cozy place. They’re a bakery, coffee shop, and Argentinian grocery store. When you walk in you’ll immediately be impressed with the beautiful desserts. My personal favorite coffee here is the Mayan Mocha, and although the dessert options are many I personally enjoy the savory beef empanada.
Cuppa Espresso Bar is located inside of Irving Bible Church. They have tons of seating which include a couch, two Papasan chairs, and lots of tables. They blew me away with the Lavender Vanilla Latte. They also make waffles, but Jude and Hannah were with me, and I didn’t want to have to share so, I didn’t try one yet. What? Don’t judge me; you know it sucks always having to share as a mom. Let me have my waffle in peace in the closet where no one can ask me for any. I can't wait to go back to try the waffles!
Supreme Coffee is fairly new and right next to Po Melvin’s. Patrick, the owner, grinds the coffee per shot which was neat to see. The Mocha Frap was delicious, and there are plenty of seating options. I can't wait to see what he does with the place.
Don't forget to let me know which place was your favorite! Or if there's a coffee shop I missed.
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