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Get Ready to Linger All Day at Downtown’s Newest Coffee Shop

Otto’s will be a laid-back spot to sip and relax

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

In the coming weeks, the Adolphus Hotel in Downtown Dallas will soon be home to Otto’s, a new coffee shop that will encourage patrons to chill with a cup of joe all day long.

The newest addition to the Adolphus’ line-up of eateries is expected to make its debut soon, and according to CultureMap, will offer a vibe that is uniquely Viennese. In addition to sourcing its coffee from Dallas’ own Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters, Otto’s plans to be an all-day destination for lounging, live music, and pastries like sausage rolls and tarts.

The newest addition is a sort of late-in-the-game addition to the Adolphus’ stunning multi-million dollar makeover, joining iconic Dallas dining room The French Room and chic midcentury modern eatery City Hall Bistro. Otto’s will set up shop at the front of the hotel, near the entrance.

Otto’s is expected to make its debut by the end of March. Stay tuned for an official opening date.