February 24

Best Coffee Spots To Try in Plano, TX


In Plano, there’s a charming local business everywhere you look. If you enjoy scouring the area for the best neighborhood hangouts and supporting artisan business owners, your morning coffee is a great place to start. We’ve put together this list of some of our favorite spots to grab a cup of coffee in the Plano area. From peaceful to peppy, here are Huffines Hyundai Plano’s picks for coffee spots to try in Plano, Texas.

Mudleaf Coffee

With rustic furniture and bohemian-inspired decor, Mudleaf Coffee is a peaceful place to grab a warm drink and journal, read, or catch up with friends. Mudleaf Coffee has plenty of comfortable seating options, ranging from cozy leather couches to hanging rattan chairs. It’s also pretty spacious, so even on busy afternoons, there are typically open seats. Locals appreciate the ambiance and note that it’s a great place to work, as the relaxed soundtrack helps with focus. A fireplace, funky wall art, and patterned rugs make Mudleaf a cozy and inspiring space for work or recreation.

Menu options include hot and iced coffee with a variety of syrups ranging from classic, like vanilla, to unique, like lavender. There are also typically seasonal options, like pumpkin or sweet mint. Known for the espresso, Mudleaf Coffee is also a great place to try a latte or americano. If you’re not too keen on coffee, there are still plenty of caffeinated and decaf options for you, like tea, hot chocolate, and Coca-Cola. There’s also a menu of delicious snacks and pastries. The avocado toast, which comes on Texas toast, topped with veggies, seeds, and balsamic vinegar, is a favorite. 

You can find Mudleaf Coffee in suite 300 at 3100 Independence Pkwy. It’s open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday. It closes on Sundays.

Golden Boy

A Texas-based business originally launched in Dallas, Golden Boy Coffee Co. opened its second location at Plano’s Boardwalk at Granite Park. Golden Boy isn’t just any coffee shop, though. It’s primarily a coffee joint, but it doubles as a bar, with a robust menu of beer and wine. The unique offerings make it a perfect spot for a relaxed date, a chatty evening out with friends, or a nightcap after dinner.

If you like your coffee shops colorful with a hearty mix of eclectic furniture items and decor, you’ll appreciate Golden Boy’s funky interior. Here, you’ll find mid-century modern-inspired furniture, elegant gold mirrors, wooden details, and even the brand’s larger-than-life cartoon mascot painted on the walls. Menu favorites include Golden Boy’s signature spice-focused Golden Chai Latte and cinnamon-sweet Honey Bear Latte. 

The Boardwalk at Granite Park is home to plenty of restaurants, too, so you can pair your Golden Boy visit with a dinner at a local eatery, too. Golden Boy is at Suite 102A in the Boardwalk at 5800 TX-121 at Plano’s Granite Park community. Visit from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday through Thursday or 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

Coffee Del Rey

If you haven’t been to Plano’s Coffee Del Rey, you’re missing out on a great opportunity to support your neighbors while enjoying a deliciously frothy latte. Coffee Del Rey is passionately local. This family-owned Plano spot partners with the North Texas Food Bank to support local families and individuals in need. That’s not their only local partnership, though. They also work with local schools, government groups, churches, and small businesses, contributing to the local community and ecosystem to build an even better, more connected, and more equitable Plano.

This peaceful coffee shop roasts small-batch coffee, using responsibly sourced coffee beans. Because Coffee Del Rey focuses on in-house brews using high-quality beans, try one of the simple drinks, like a cappuccino, pour-over coffee, or Americano. You can also purchase their beans by the bag to enjoy their unique flavors at home. If you’re coming to Coffee Del Rey to hang out, work, or study, be aware that it’s a fairly intimate space. Because you won’t find a host of outlets or public restrooms, it’s a better fit for brief visits or to-go orders.

Though it’s not as spacious as other Plano-area coffee shops, Coffee Del Rey still has a clean, serene atmosphere. Expect greenery and minimalist decor. You can visit Coffee Del Rey at 1915 N. Central Expy in Suite 340. It’s open from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday. It closes on Sundays.

1418 Coffee

Another local spot that’s proud of its hometown roots, 1418 Coffee captures the spirit of Plano. With warm lighting, colorful decor, and plush seating, it’s easy to curl up at 1418 Coffee with a good book or some treasured company. It’s deceptively spacious on the inside, so you’ll rarely struggle to find a comfortable place to camp out here. On warm spring and summer days, you can even enjoy your drink on the small outdoor patio.

1418 Coffee considers itself a craft coffee shop. The staff focuses on serving uniquely delicious drinks handcrafted for each guest. The coffee shop’s signature drink is the Purple Haze, a lavender vanilla latte available hot or iced and with your choice of milk. Other must-try options include the Sgt. Pepper, an unforgettable spicy hot chocolate, and the autumnal delight known as the David Mason, a maple brown sugar latte. You can pair your drink with a fresh-baked pastry like a scone, tart, cinnamon roll, or any of the extensive varieties of muffins available.

If you’re in the mood for a more substantial snack or lunch, 1418 Coffee also boasts an extensive menu of sandwiches. Exciting flavor combinations abound, like the Drake, with turkey, brie, and raspberry mayonnaise, or the Haggard, with roast beef, horseradish, and spicy mustard. Stop by from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, or 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Find 1418 Coffee at 1418 K Ave. in downtown Plano.

That rounds out Huffines Hyundai Plano’s suggestions for where to grab your next latte in the Plano, Texas area. Send us a message if you know of a great local coffee shop we didn’t mention, so we can check it out. If you’re looking for a stylish new vehicle to cruise around Plano in, we have an extensive and ever-changing inventory. Test-drive a vehicle with us today to find a sedan or SUV with plenty of cup holders to hold you and your crew’s cold brews on your daily coffee runs.


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