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Ascension Coffee Will Open Two New DFW Locations

In Dallas and Fort Worth!

Coffee enthusiasts, rejoice
Coffee enthusiasts, rejoice
Amy McCarthy is a staff writer at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

Ascension Coffee has been growing rapidly as of late. Just last week, the popular Design District coffee and wine shop opened a long-awaited outpost at the Crescent, which was only a taste of the expansion to come.

Announced via release, Ascension Coffee will open its first-ever Fort Worth location at WestBend, a 278,000 square-foot mixed use development in the heart of Fort Worth’s University District. The Fort Worth location will occupy a 2,420 square foot space that overlooks the Trinity River and Trinity Trails, a decidedly better view than Oak Lawn at the shop’s original Design District location.

CultureMap Dallas also reports that Ascension will open yet another Dallas outpost at Thanksgiving Tower. Ascension owner Russell Hayward told CultureMap that each space would feature its own unique feel like the European-inspired interiors at the Crescent and the Design District space’s modern aesthetic. No word yet on the design plans for the Thanksgiving Tower outpost, but expect that it will be unique.

Ascension’s Fort Worth outpost is expected to open by Fall 2016. The Thanksgiving Tower location will open later, and is currently expected to land in early 2017.