Fort Worth's 5 favorite coffee shops (that won't break the bank)

Looking to sample the finest coffee around town, without emptying your wallet?

Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the most excellent affordable coffee outlets in Fort Worth, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to get your caffeine fix on a budget.

1. Vaquero Coffee Co.

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Topping the list is Vaquero Coffee Co. Located at 109 Houston St., the cafe to score coffee, tea and more is the highest-rated source for inexpensive coffee in Fort Worth, boasting five stars out of 112 reviews on Yelp. 

Regarding signature items, "We are primarily focused on serving friendly coffee quickly and affordably," the business notes on Yelp in the section explaining specialties.

2. Buon Giorno Coffee

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Next up is Buon Giorno Coffee, situated at 915 Florence St. With 4.5 stars out of 296 reviews on Yelp, the coffee and tea shop has proven to be a local favorite for those looking for an economical option. 

"A lifelong love of espresso and a desire to see authentic community gave birth to Buon GIorno," writes the history section of the business' Yelp profile.

Furthermore, "At Buon Giorno we seek to create an atmosphere where people of all ages can gather and interact with a sense of genuine community," it continues on Yelp in the section explaining specialties. "This is encouraged by through the centuries-old medium of drinking coffee, just like the European coffee houses of old."

3. Coffee Folk

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Coffee Folk, a destination for coffee, tea and more in Eastside, is another much-loved, low-cost go-to, with five stars out of 33 Yelp reviews. Head over to 4147 Meadowbrook Drive to try it out for yourself. 

Yelper Tonya B., who reviewed Coffee Folk on Aug. 3, wrote, "Such a cute place. Great coffee at reasonable prices. And local!"

Don N. noted, "What a really nice and enjoyable place to get well-made coffees. Easy, free parking lot and also off-street parking, as well. Staff is very friendly and helpful. This is a nice option for people that like independent and family-owned coffee shops."

4. Avoca Coffee

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Over in Fairmount, check out Avoca Coffee, which has earned four stars out of 432 reviews on Yelp. Quench your thirst at the economical coffee and tea establishment by heading over to 1311 W. Magnolia Ave. 

As far as what the business is known for, "We specialize in coffee," it states on Yelp in the section explaining specialties. "Our expertise is making traditional espresso drinks. We also enjoy brewing coffee in ways most people are not used to."

5. Casablanca Coffee

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Finally, there's Casablanca Coffee, a local favorite with 4.5 stars out of 110 reviews. Stop by 215 W. Eighth St. to hit up the eatery, which serves coffee, tea, breakfast, brunch and bagels, next time you're looking to satisfy your cravings without spending a fortune.

Yelper Catherine M., who reviewed Casablanca Coffee on Sept. 12 wrote, "The best regular coffee, and the Casablanco Latte is delicious! The owners are a father/son duo. They have great customer service and the prices are reasonable. The decor is cozy and charming. Very relaxed vibe. You immediately feel like a regular."

Allison K. added, "Great and affordable coffee. Bring your own cup of any size and it's only $1.50 to fill it up with drip coffee."

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