10+ Best Places to Sip Hot Chocolate in DFW

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When the chilly winter days finally arrive in North Dallas, there’s nothing quite like a hot chocolate to warm you up. We scoured the metroplex in hopes of finding the best cups out there, and from rich drinking chocolate to a frozen version for warmer days, here’s where you’ll find the best hot chocolate in DFW. 

La La Land Kind Cafe

With three Dallas locations, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy this cafe that employs foster kids after they’ve left the system to provide solid employment and the chance to learn life skills. Their hot chocolate is made with cacao and milk chocolate shavings, and there’s a large coffee menu as well. Snacks include all kinds of toast like avocado, jam and hazelnut. 

5626 Bell Ave
Dallas, TX

3330 Oak Lawn Ave.
Dallas, TX

5600 W Lovers Ln Unit 128
Dallas, TX



One of the most popular coffee chains in DFW, this shop has an amazing cafe menu and even has a kids menu that includes items like mac and cheese, pancakes and bacon and fruit. Chose between regular hot chocolate or rich and creaming drinking chocolate. They also offer seven flavors for frozen frappes, including chocolate, vanilla and caramel.

200 Cresent Ct.
Dallas, TX

1621 Oak Lawn Ave
Dallas, TX 

14131 Midway Rd.
Addison, TX

3121 Olympus Blvd.
Suite 170
Coppell, TX 

3625 The Star Blvd
Frisco, TX

1751 River Run
Fort Worth, TX


Astoria Caffe

Choose from hot or frozen hot chocolate and add a shot of cinnamon for a Mexican style hot chocolate. They have plenty of specialty coffees for adults, smoothies a menu that has breakfast, lunch, and snacks. Located on the square in Addison, there’s a park across the street, so grab a to-go drink and let the kids run. 

15701 Quorum Drive
Addison, TX


Armor Coffee 

Not only do they offer hand-crafted hot chocolate at Armor Coffee but there’s a cozy lounge with a fireplace and a great menu that includes things like bagels, avocado toast, waffles and more. 

190 E Stacy Rd #408, 
Allen, TX 


Magic Cup Cafe

Not only can you get your bubble tea fix at Magic Cup Cafe but they offer seasonal hot cocoa and coffee flavors like mint, coconut white mocha and more. 

901 N. Jupiter Rd. #150
Richardson, TX 


photo: Gabby Cullen

Book Club Cafe

On the east side of DFW, the tastiest sips can be found at the Book Club Cafe. They offer 12 and 16oz hot chocolates, a variety of flavored milk and a menu filled with locally-sourced ingredients and freshly baked bread. There’s a family-friendly vibe, and, pre-COVID, they often had live music and other events at night. The Rowlett location is connected to the city library, so be sure to grab some reading material before you head in. If you’re looking for something stronger than hot chocolate, be sure to order “The Benny.” 

3900 Main Street
Rowlett, TX

107 E Kaufman St.
Rockwall, TX 


Buon Giorno

Have your hot chocolate made just how you like it; with milk, almond milk, or with added whip cream! There’s also a frozen hot chocolate if you want something colder. There are muffins, paninis and sweet goodies like brownies, biscotti and cinnamon twists.

2350 Hall Johnson Rd
Grapevine, TX

500 W 7th St
Fort Worth, TX 



Duino Coffee

Campfire hot cocoa and a tableside s’mores kit? Need we say more? Maybe the paninis or the Nutella-dilla will tempt you to head up to McKinney for an afternoon at this cozy coffee shop. There’s a front lounge area with magazines and games to boot. 

7650 Stacey Rd.
McKinney, TX


—Gabby Cullen

Featured image: iStock 



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