Cedar Park is filled with so many coffee shops that we’re almost spoiled for choice. But which ones are the best ones – the ones we should be spending our time and money at? We’ve got all the answers in our brand new blog, the Best Coffee in Cedar Park.
We’ll kick it off with the Red Horn Coffee House and Brewing Company over at 13010 W. Parmer Lane. Open seven days a week (check their website for hours), Red Horn is known for both their coffee and their beer but today we’re focusing on the coffee. They roast their own beans and, because they’re roasted in smaller batches, it’s always fresh which you can also enjoy in the outdoor patio area too if you prefer (and weather permitting). The range of coffee on offer here is impressive too, and you can drink it in a quirky casual vibe. You can find espresso-based drinks, pour-overs, drip and also Chemix; so much that you’ll be coming back time and time again to try different items.
You can also try the sumptuous Cypress Creek Coffee Company over at 2100 Cypress Creek Road and open seven days a week from 6am-8pm. You’ll find organic locally roasted beans here from the Texas Coffee Traders and they’re all awesome in their own way. We sampled the dirty chai which was probably the best we’ve ever had. It’s one of Cedar Park’s greatest secrets so don’t tell everyone or it’ll be overrun – but you should definitely head over there sooner rather than later. There’s also free wifi on hand but bring a book.
Has anyone checked out the Lola Savannah Coffee Lounge? Located at 1310 E. Whitestone Blvd, they have four locations and import their beans then roasted in Houston. We sampled the Texas Pecan (which is actually roasted with pecans) which was outrageously good. They also serve up amazing pastries too and the staff is extremely friendly.
Hopefully these three choices narrow down your options as they’re each a really great place for a coffee. Cedar Park has so many great coffee shops but start with these three first!