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Stop at these shops for coffee and pastries

Kingsland Coffee serves a delicious honey nut latte and house-made coffee cake. Keep reading to see where in the Highland Lakes you can grab a cup of coffee. Staff photo by Jennifer Fierro

The pretty. The warm. The delicious. Those were the menu items I requested while exploring gourmet coffeehouses in the Highland Lakes.

Baristas in Kingsland, Burnet, and Marble Falls crafted their establishment’s specialties, creating a display of tasty temptations that were shared with co-workers over a few days. The only complaint heard (faintly) was the timing of so many sweets available at once since everyone claimed to be watching their waistlines (and I don’t mean watching them expand).

After an intensive investigation, it is safe to say coffeehounds can’t go wrong when deciding which of these establishments to visit. Pictured are a speciality drink and sweet from each shop, but they all offer a wide variety, including cold coffees, drips, and espressos.

Some also serve smoothies, breakfast tacos, soups, and sandwiches. They all have free WiFi and are open to hosting business meetings and social gatherings, too. Try each one and decide for yourself which is your favorite.


1001 King Court, Kingsland

SPECIALTIES: Honey nut latte and coffee cake, made in house


The Lazy Heron Coffee House. Staff photo by Jennifer Fierro

240 RR 2900, Kingsland

SPECIALTIES: JaMocha flappe and Texas pecan hot coffee with a pecan cinnamon roll made by Sarah’s Cookie Jar


The Place Downtown in Kingsland. Staff photo by Jennifer Fierro

1910 RR 1431 West, Kingsland

SPECIALTIES: The Local Leche and a homemade fried apple pie


Fuel Coffee House in Llano. Staff photo by Jennifer Fierro

106 E. Main St., Llano

SPECIALTIES: Mocha cappuccino and housemade brownies and blueberry pound cake with lemon frosting


Mojo Coffee has locations in Burnet and Marble Falls. Staff photo by Jennifer Fierro

609 E. Polk St., Burnet

1300 Lantana Drive, Marble Falls

SPECIALTIES: Riser coffee with Irish cream and Breve and a chocolate chip muffin top


Unshakable Grounds in Burnet. Staff photo by Jennifer Fierro

134 S. Main St., Burnet

SPECIALTIES: Caramel macchiato and a cranberry-orange scone


Starbucks in Marble Falls. Staff photo by Jennifer Fierro

301 Gateway Parkway North, Marble Falls

SPECIALTIES: For the fall, pumpkin spice latte and a cheese danish


Numinous Coffee Roasters in Marble Falls. Staff photo by Jennifer Fierro

715 RR 1431, Marble Falls

SPECIALTIES: Traditional latte and a house-made gluten-free monster cookie

Check out more places to sip coffee and tea in the Highland Lakes.

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