Good Coffee, A Kind Community, A Whimsical Imagination

Good Coffee, A Kind Community, A Whimsical Imagination

by Steve Gamel

Are you looking for a new spot to grab a cup of coffee? You really need to check out Kimzey’s Coffee in Argyle.

Open for just more than a year, this local shop is generating some serious buzz for its delicious brews, soothing alcoholic beverages, delectable treats, and world-class service. Yet oddly enough, all of that takes a back seat to its curiously designed building, which is quickly creating a whimsical atmosphere that patrons can’t get enough of.

“The initial draw is definitely the building. We’ve heard customers compare it to everything from a hobbit home to a Disney Woodland Cottage,” General Manager Joel McDaniel said. “You’ve got this house that doesn’t seem to have any straight lines. We just wanted to create a place that was whimsical and imaginative and to generate an atmosphere of imagination so that when people came in, it was a great place to write, read, and let your imagination fly.” He added, “It’s definitely unique, and it’s specific to Argyle. No one in the country has a building like this.”

Once you’re here, the staff definitely goes over the top to create an experience like none other. They have everything from espresso and hot tea to cappuccino and barista specials like The HoneyPot, Bluecumber Cold Brew, and The Candy Bar. They also recently added milkshakes to the menu. “We deliver food to every table, stuff that other coffee shops just don’t do. We make it a lot of fun,” McDaniel said. Before you start searching for your next coffee shop, consider Kimzey’s Coffee.


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