The weather in El Paso is unpredictable, but during the summer months you can count on the Sun City heat. So, if you’re planning on strolling the streets of Downtown, we can’t think of a better way to beat the heat than with an iced coffee! You’ll get a kick out of the caffeine but crave the variety of flavors we’re about to show you. Park and peruse the handful of cafes in Downtown El Paso with ease.

Coffee Box

401 N Mesa St •

The Coffee Box is a coffee shop located in two storage containers in the heart of Downtown next to San Jacinto Plaza at 401 N. Mesa. They serve a variety of drinks such as iced coffees, hot coffees, lattes, nitro cold brews, hot teas, tea lattes, frappés, and smoothies. The Coffee Box offers four alternative milks for those who don’t drink dairy: oat milk, almond milk, soy milk, and coconut milk. Two popular iced coffees include the Taro Oat Milk Latte and the Horchata Oat Milk Latte, pictured here. The Taro Latte has a distinct purple appearance and nice, sweet flavor, and the Horchata Oat Milk Latte has a pleasant cinnamon twist to it. Come down to the Coffee Box to get a delicious iced coffee and see what Downtown El Paso has to offer!

District Coffee

222 Texas Ave, Ste F • 915-533-3226 •

District Coffee Co is located in Downtown El Paso on 222 Texas Ave Suite F. They serve a myriad of drinks like espressos, lattes, cold brew, teas, and ice blends, and have alternative milk choices such as almond milk, soy milk, and coconut milk. They offer flavored syrups that can be added to drinks such as vanilla, coconut, mocha, almond, white mocha, cascara, caramel, vanilla bean, hazelnut, Irish cream, choco mint, peach, mango, and raspberry. Try special iced coffees like the the Strawberry-Rose Matcha Latte which is vegan friendly and organic. The Strawberry Shortcake Iced Coffee is flavored with strawberry rose syrup split with white mocha syrup to provide that familiar flavor. Stop by today and relax at District Coffee in Downtown El Paso!

Dulce – Hotel Paso Del Norte

10 Henry Trost Ct • 915-534-3000 •

Dulce is located inside the newly-renovated Hotel Paso del Norte at 10 Henry Trost Court. They are a coffee shop, gelateria, and bakery cafe that serves fresh illy espressos, lattes, hot or iced coffees, and homemade gelatos, salads, and sandwiches. They offer homemade gelato flavors like dark chocolate, pistachio, coffee chocolate chip, banana, salted caramel, raspberry, dulce de leche, vanilla bean, coconut, and mango chile lime. You can order an Affogato by adding a shot of espresso to any order of gelato for a delicious treat. Their featured iced coffees include the classic illy iced coffee and the iced caramel macchiato. Treat yourself to an affogato or iced coffee and explore the beautiful new hotel!

Dispute – Stanton House

209 N Stanton St • 915-271-3600 •

Dispute is the brand new coffee shop inside the Stanton House hotel located on 209 N Stanton St. They use locally roasted coffee beans from Picacho Coffee in Las Cruces, NM, and they offer delicious hot or iced coffees, espressos, lattes, teas, and sweet or savory pastries. They have a variety of homemade flavored syrups that can be added to a drink of your choice like vanilla, hazelnut, lavender, caramel, and chocolate. Dispute also offers almond, soy, coconut, and oat milk alternatives. Enjoy your made-to-order customized iced coffee in their beautiful lobby today!

Kaffa Coffee Shop

500 N Oregon Ste E • Kaffa on Instagram

Kaffa is the freshest coffee shop in Downtown! Located at 500 N Oregon Ste E, the cafe is has a huge foot in the music scene. With ownership immersed in the local jazz scene, expect to not only find ice cold coffee to reinvigorate and cool  you off, but live music (Kaffa Live Sessions) on weekends too!

With generous hours throughout the week, you’ll find time to stop in and breath in the scent of caffeine, pastries and Mediterranean meets Maude decor.

Pictured here is the Blood Orange Cold Brew coffee.

Besides coffee, wine and beer is also available.

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