Minority entrepreneurs changing Fort Worth’s coffee scene

Casa Azul owners Joseph and Anette Landeros strive to eliminate barriers like costs that can prevent customers from buying a cup of coffee.

Casa Azul owners Joseph and Anette Landeros strive to eliminate barriers like costs that can prevent customers from buying a cup of coffee.

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For years, specialty coffee in Fort Worth was limited to Magnolia Avenue, downtown or South Main Street. But a few businesses have broadened its reach.

Black Coffee was first to open its doors in 2019 in Fort Worth’s east side, a historically Black community with a rising Hispanic population in recent years. Owner Mia Moss said she wanted east side residents to have a welcoming and comfortable place to meet that wasn’t a highway

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