Oak Cliff Coffee in East Dallas

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As you know we have a bi-monthly delivery service in Oak Cliff (it’s how we started our business).  Every first and third Tuesday of the month, our neighbors get to wake up to freshly roasted coffee hanging on their door knobs.  We have had many requests to expand our route into East Dallas, and although we have not been able to do that yet, we have the next best thing. 

Starting August 20th, you will be able to buy your favorite fresh-roasted Oak Cliff Coffee in East Dallas.  Cafe Koine is located on the Dallas Thelogical Seminary Campus, 4005 Swiss Ave., inside the Mitchell Center building.  The Cafe’s hours are Monday through Friday from 7am – 7pm.  It’s open to the public, so anyone can either stop in and enjoy a cup there or buy a bag to take home.  

We are glad to be working with the Seminary, and have met with some great folks there.  We look forward to this opportunity to serve East Dallas and begin growing these relationships.

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2 responses to “Oak Cliff Coffee in East Dallas

  1. I just tried some of the coffee at Cafe Koine. It was awesome! We’re glad to have you.

  2. Hi, I am a DTS student that has REALLY been enjoying your coffees at our cafe over the past year or so. I have been exposed to and learned a lot since moving to Dallas for Seminary, and one of those things is the joy of a good cup of coffee. In a sense I have become extremely spoiled… I just can’t do Folgers anymore. My coffee “growth” started when my wife and I took a working mission trip to Agua Viva Children’s Home in Guatemala and I got to have fresh, local, amazing Guatemalan coffee. In looking for a better cup I started going to Starbucks but your Oak Cliff Coffees (especially your Guatemala Finca Villaure) have since taken over! After reading about your philosophy of a relationally focused life I will not only enjoy your coffee but know that we share the same vision of how we are to interact with our world. Thanks for your integrity in business and your passion for bringing people together over a great cup of coffee.

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