Method: Caffeination & Fare

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This Place Takes Coffee Seriously

None That first cup of coffee...

It’s vital to rousing from slumber.

And reducing eruptions of misdirected violence.

These guys understand that.

Bless these guys.

Perk up for Method: Caffeination & Fare, a comfortable new coffee shop that’s plying you full of really serious... right, coffee. It’s opening tomorrow at Ross and Hall.

So to give you a head start, here are a few things to know:

The espresso machine is called “Slayer.”
Yes, it sounds intimidating in a death-metal-y kind of way. But this custom-built, chrome-and-wood contraption from Seattle (which can cost upwards of $20,000) is what’s making you perfect lattes, cortados and other caffeinated delights. And for now, it’s the only one in Dallas.

It’s got real hangout potential.
The L-shaped coffee bar, the brick walls, the white subway tiles. Those things conspire to make this place quite hospitable. And those lounge-y chairs in the corner conspire to facilitate conversations, book reading and general stints of not standing up.

Snacks. They’ve got them.
The forthcoming menu will be small, but expect the kinds of baked goods that go nicely with coffee.

So, not lasagna.


Method: Caffeination & Fare
1623 N Hall St
Dallas, TX, 75204

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