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dfan92
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Posted Thu Mar 10, 2011, 8:57am
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Posted Thu Mar 31, 2011, 8:33pm
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Buda, Tx.

James Heineman

Just took delivery of a LaSpaz Vll from Chris' Coffee.
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Posted Sun Apr 24, 2011, 8:32am
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Luis D. Paret

Keller, TX (NE of Fort Worth) DFW area.

How about an Espresso party at anyones home with a cool setup?

Just getting started myself. Lots to learn. Especially Latte Art.

Thank you.

 
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Posted Sun Apr 24, 2011, 9:36am
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From DFW here
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Posted Sat Apr 30, 2011, 10:37pm
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Houston here. Haven't been in the area long and I'm still trying to get "plugged-in" to the coffee scene.
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Posted Sun May 1, 2011, 6:43am
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jasonwolley Said:

Houston here. Haven't been in the area long and I'm still trying to get "plugged-in" to the coffee scene.

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Hi Jason,
And welcome to he forums!  

Look me up if you'd like to get together...I'm JonR10 at yahoo.com

For good coffee in town, check out Catalina Coffee on Washington near Taft;  and Greenway Coffee Co. (Greenway Plaza) inside Greenway 5 (lowest level), and I also like Revival Market at the corner of White Oak and Heights

 
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Posted Sun May 1, 2011, 5:19pm
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Thanks for the recommendations, Jon. I had a good espresso at Catalina today -- Sidama Bonko, which is one of the coffees I've been roasting at home lately, too. Also had a very nice, if brief, chat with one of the baristas, but they were busier than I expected for a Sunday afternoon.

Anyway, I'll drop you a line when I get a second. I really appreciate the offer. I've been drinking espresso almost exclusively for about 8 years, but it's only relatively recently that I've started to get serious about it. SCAA was an eye-opener for me, and I 'd like to interact more with people that are passionate about coffee. Revival is just down the street from me, so I'll be sure to check them out soon, too.
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Posted Wed May 18, 2011, 7:50pm
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Fort Worth (Keller) - moved here from Newfoundland, Canada.
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Posted Wed Jul 27, 2011, 1:10pm
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Here in Garland, TX... On a mission to find a decent coffee shop to see what a real espresso/latte/cap tastes like. I am about to drop some coin on a home setup and it would be nice to know what I'm aiming for. If there is anyone relatively close that would like to help me find a place or would like to have me over and show me what "real" stuff tastes like, that would be awesome!

Thanks!
Brian
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Posted Sat Aug 27, 2011, 9:02pm
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Hi Brian,

I'm not sure about Garland, but you could try the Pearl Cup or Oddfellows in Dallas.  Last time I was in Pearl Cup their guest coffee was Counter Culture and I had a tasty cappuccino.  Odd fellows had Cuvee on tap.  Both shops are in neat neighbourhoods that are fun to walk around.  If you find yourself in Fort Worth try Avoca Coffee - they just started up, but the folks there are friendly, and they feature some neat art in their shop.
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