Coffee & Treats in El Paso

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Though the fruity, all-natural smoothies at Keva Juice may taste like an indulgence, they're all brimming with healthy antioxidants and vitamins. Staffers pack blenders with a healthy mix of fresh fruits and juices—including guava, mango, and raspberry juice—amped up with nonfat yogurts and low-fat sherbets. Each tempting smoothie can be supercharged with whey protein for an extra healthful boost or spiked with Red Bull to recharge each disposable cup's batteries.

2625 N Mesa St
El Paso,
TX
US

The Marble Slab Creamery sensory experience begins by just walking past the storefront, where the buttery scent of fresh-baked waffle cones drifts out into the air. Gourmet ice creams are freshly crafted on site from Marble Slab’s original recipe, enticing customer's eyes with a rainbow of colors and unlimited mix-ins. Located inside Marble Slab, Great American Cookie offers a selection of cookie cakes with designs for a variety of celebrations.

1325 George Dieter Dr
El Paso,
TX
US

Children aged 10 and younger can attend the festival for free with a paying adult, and Groupon customers booking a room at Wyndham El Paso Airport receive an additional discount.

6101 Gateway Blvd
El Paso,
TX
US

A unique concept for lovers of fine coffee, food and good movies. A place where you can enjoy a true European-style capuccino, fine food and choose from one of the largest collections anywhere of foreign and alternative movies.

220 Cincinnati Ave
El Paso,
TX
US

Kinley's House is a cozy coffee shop home to a large selection of specialty teas, coffees, and delicious non-coffees, as well as a menu of treats. Charge up your cranial battery with a breakfast bagel, which is served all day and features ham, swiss cheese, and egg on a post-toaster bagel ($3.25), then let the espresso, hazelnut, and steamed milk of a small nutty cow latte ($2.95) guide the crumbs down your stomach slide. The Sri Lankan style and citrusy oils of a large Earl Grey tea ($2.10) pair well with a veggie noodle bowl, which offers a tasty concoction of Japanese ramen noodles, romaine lettuce, sweet corn, broccoli, cauliflower, and carrots ($5.60).

2208 N. Oregon St.
El Paso,
TX
US

One day, on a family vacation to California, Charlie and Zach Navar made their first stop at a frozen-yogurt shop. It was quickly followed, that same day, by their second stop, and then their third. Enamored with the self-serve frozen-yogurt business, the brothers dedicated the next two years to researching the concept by traveling to shops in other cities and even analyzing El Paso traffic patterns before choosing the ideal location for their own brand.

At Craze Yogurt, the Navars fill their self-serve dispensers with flavors such as apple pie, chocolate hazelnut, dairy-free Hawaiian pineapple, and electro lime, a cooler alternative to eating limes left in a light socket. After crowning their fro-yo with toppings, guests can feast at leather couches in Craze Yogurt's spacious, high-ceiling lounge, where coffee and tea drinks such as peppermint mochas and spiced chai lattes are also available.

1327 George Dieter Dr
El Paso,
TX
US