Spill the Tea :: Guide to Tea Shops & Cafes in North Texas

Updated January 2024.

FWM - Tea Shops - Top of Post - 900 x 300As my children get older, I have a bit more “me-time,” and with this time I love to curl up with a good book (preferably romance) and enjoy a cup of tea. Though I do tend to stick to my favorites, I enjoy trying new, unique teas. Over the past few years, there has been a boom of tea shops within Fort Worth that focus on providing an exceptional tea experience. 

Scroll through the list below to find tea shops in and around Fort Worth that offer hot, cold, and unique flavors to try!

Hot Tea

Brewed :: 801 West Magnolia, Fort Worth :: Love sitting outside, while sipping your favorite loose leaf hot tea? Look no further than Brewed. It has loose leaf hot tea flavors, such as brewed calm blend to creamy oolong, you will fall in love with the vast flavors. Also, who doesn’t love the option for an all-day breakfast menu?!

Fort Worth Coffee Co. :: 4731 Camp Bowie Boulevard, Fort Worth :: Want a place with a professional setting and a variety of comforting teas? Of all the coffee/tea shops, this one is unique in that it serves customers up front with a workspace in the back. It has a place to hang out while enjoying teas, such as tea au lait — a tea latte with your choice of milk and sweetener — as well as freshly brewed loose leaf teas. It is an experience you won’t want to pass up!

Have a cup of tea in Fort Worth. Leaves Book and Tea Shop :: 120 Street Louis Avenue, Suite 101, Fort Worth :: Hot tea, a relaxing environment complete with a wide selection of books? Yes, please! Leaves Book and Tea Shop encompasses all these things, plenty of seating and perfect place for the whole family. This shop has black teas, green teas, and herbal teas — you are guaranteed to find something you will love.

World Blend :: 5410 Basswood Boulevard, Fort Worth :: This is a nifty kind of place in North Fort Worth. This place stands out among tea shops because it has a shipping center inside. You can send a card, letter, or package after enjoying a cup of tea. 

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Cold & Unique Flavors

1102 Express Bubble Tea & Coffee :: 6025 Camp Bowie Boulevard, Fort Worth :: With a wide variety of refreshments, 1102 Express Bubble Tea and Coffee provides creative high-quality tea. Try its organic milk tea (non-dairy) with flavors like green Thai, buckwheat, and hojicha to name a few. This tea shop also offers classics such as peppermint, rose, and lycee teas. The convenient location and whimsical ambiance provide a tranquil environment for customers.

Ampersand :: 3025 South University Street, Fort Worth :: Not just a coffee shop, Amperand offers a variety of matcha teas, iced teas, and blended drinks.

Ding Tea Fort Worth :: 3529 Heritage Trace Parkway, Suite 157, Fort Worth :: Ding Tea features Taiwanese, high-quality tea, as well as milk tea, yakult, yogurt, flavored tea, coffee, slushes, and fruit juices made fresh to order.

Feng Cha :: 7451 N Beach Street, Suite 180, Fort Worth :: Searching for a unique flavor? Look no further than Feng Cha’s chrysanthemum ginger honey tea. Want extra toppings like lychee jelly or crystal boba? These nontraditional drinks offer a special taste that is sure to please any palate.

Fruitealicious Bubble Tea & Smoothies :: 3043 Greene Avenue, Fort Worth :: Fruitealicious is passionate about two things: tea and its employees. It addition to serving fun, unique tea and drink flavors (hello, black sugar tri-fecta), it gives opportunities to young adults looking to gain work experience and confidence. 

Try a tasty bubble tea at one of Fort Worth's many tea locations.

Gong Cha Fort Worth :: 6650 N Beach St, Suite 100, Fort Worth :: Gong Cha is a Taiwanese bubble tea/boba tea shop. Its specialty is milk foam (slightly salted cream) topping on freshly brewed tea. The menu also includes a variety of milk tea, fruity tea, slush, and coffee drinks. Bonus: Customers can adjust sweetness and ice level for their drinks!

Kokee Tea :: 4800 S Hulen, Suite 250, Fort Worth :: Located inside of Hulen Mall, Kokee Tea has a delicious cup of milk tea with unique flavors. These flavors include Oreo milk tea that is infused with black milk tea and crumbled cookies. As well as its classic house milk tea, which provides a golden cane flavor. Offering a variety of their signature flavors like the virgin mojito, which is green tea with key lime and fresh mint offer a much needed cool down on those hot summer days.

Noodles at Bubble Tea House :: 7355 N Beach St, Fort Worth :: Noodles at BTH is an unexpected favorite among Fort Worth tea spots. Not only do they serve delicious Vietnamese noodle dishes, but dozens of customizable tea fusions, milk teas, and more!

Presotea :: 4975 S Hulen, Fort Worth :: Presotea is an Instagram-worthy spot, nestled in the shops of Heritage Square. This shop specializes in milk teas, bubble teas, bubble waffles, Vietnamese street food, and more. Whether you’re catching up with mom friends or enjoying a family outing, Presotea has something for everyone!

Sharetea Fort Worth :: 8949 Tehama Ridge Parkway, Fort Worth :: This tea spot brings delicious boba to Fort Worth! The menu includes hot tea, decaffeinated, milk tea, fruit tea, blended teas . . . you name it! 

Sweetwaters Coffee & Tea :: 3220 Teasley Lane, Denton :: If you want a delicious pumpkin spice latte, you have found your tea shop! It has a cozy environment with great sweet treats for little ones.

Brew at Home

The Spice & Tea Exchange :: 140 East Exchange Avenue, Suite 112, Fort Worth :: Want to enjoy your favorite cup of tea at home? Well, the Spice & Tea Exchange is a tea shop that offers the incredible opportunity to find your unique cup of tea. It has everything from limited-time teas to the perfect teatime accessories. Exclusive teas are showcased each season, make sure to stop by for a blend you can make at home, whether it is for a cold or hot brew.

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Afternoon Tea Shops / High Tea

The Ashton :: 610 Main Street, Fort Worth :: Wanting to enjoy a historic boutique hotel that has an assortment of flavorful teas accompanied with fresh fruit, pastries, and finger sandwiches? The Ashton is the ideal place for you. It has afternoon tea on Saturdays from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., but call ahead for availability. The Ashton offers the perfect setting to relax and enjoy the ambiance, with a menu that changes depending on the season.

Chestnut Tree Teahouse and Bistro :: 107 West History Street, Denton :: Chestnut Tree Teahouse has a great bistro menu with a welcoming family based atmosphere. It even has tearooms to host small tea parties.

LoneStar Tea Room :: 5605 North Denton Highway, Fort Worth :: Located in LoneStar Antiques, you can shop darling antique and home decor, then have a cup of tea. 

The Rose Garden Tearoom :: 4720 South Cooper Street, Arlington :: The Rose Garden Tea Room has high tea, homemade desserts, and craft drinks. This is a great location for bridal or baby showers, or a luncheon with friends.

The Secret Garden Restaurant :: 2601 Montgomery Street, Fort Worth :: Located within Montgomery Street Antique Mall, The Secret Garden Restaurant hosts a high noon tea (by reservation only), which includes tea sandwiches, fresh-baked scones, and poppyseed bread. This place is a hidden treasure! 

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Lauren E
Lauren serves as Beal Media Council Member and resource editor for Collin County and Dallas Moms. A transplant from New York, Lauren now lives on the border of Collin and Dallas counties with her husband and their two sons. On any given day, you will find Lauren working as a full-time mom, attending classes, storytimes, and yoga with her kids. In her spare time, Lauren enjoys cooking on a budget, crafting with her Cricut, and drinking mocktails with friends. Lauren hopes to support, encourage, and uplift other moms, as her closest friends have done for her.


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