Weatherford Democrat

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May 18, 2014

Coffee house has its perks

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“People hate having the same books on their shelves for any length of time,” Talmage said.

Business has been picking up in the last several days, DeWitt said, with a lot of repeat customers. Talmage said a recent day had a group of Weatherford College students in the study area, taking advantage of the free wi-fi while another group of students from the Ninth Grade Center across the street were sitting and socializing in another area.

Once again, texting can get customers some benefits as a study table or area can be reserved for groups that need it.

If you’re unsure what to order, a breakdown of what is in each drink is drawn on a chalkboard near the front counter. It can be quite a bit different than what the drink is at a chain like Starbuck’s or Peet’s.

“We learned that in barista school, what Starbucks says something is can really be something else,” Talmage said. “We have the recipe books and can give you a Starbucks drink, but we like our drinks better.”

The shop also offers Italian sodas and a cold brew coffee that is made with the same freshly roasted beans as their hot coffee, but with Talmage said “leaving a beautiful taste in your mouth.”

The Full Cup Bookstore and Coffee Shop is open 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. For more information, give the ladies a call at 817-279-3868 or 817-304-5242.

 

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