Java Joints

“Coffee is the lifeblood that fuels the dreams of champions.” Or so says Will Ferrell’s character, Phil, in the movie Kicking & Screaming. Whether you need to fuel your dreams or simply wake up in the mornings, these local coffee shops have you covered.

His Corner Bookstore & Coffee Café
Located inside Community Worship Center, His Corner Bookstore & Coffee Café is a full-service coffee shop that donates some of its proceeds to missions. It serves lattés, cappuccinos, frappuccinos, teas, smoothies, and more. It also has a variety of flavored syrups, including some sugar-free options, that can be added to drinks. His Corner sells whole beans to brew at home, and they will grind them for you. While visiting the coffee shop, you can also walk through the bookstore. It has a variety of Bibles, Christian books, CDs, cards, artwork, and other gift items.

2210 SW 15th Ave.
Friday 7 a.m.5:30 p.m.; Sunday 8:1510:30 a.m.


The Main Cup
Managed by Becky Reeves, The Main Cup is located on Main Street. It offers a variety of coffee drinks, frappes, chai tea, iced tea, smoothies, muffins, and cinnamon rolls. This fall, it also has special seasonal flavors including pumpkin spice, caramel apple, apple cider, and peanut butter mocha toffee. You can even get sugar-free syrup and fat-free milk if you want a lower-calorie option. If you’re looking for a non-disposable to-go cup, The Main Cup sells ceramic cups made by Lady Jayne.


216 S. Main
Friday 711 a.m., 2:305 p.m.

Solid Ground Coffee House
Although Solid Ground Coffee House isn’t in Perryton, it’s not far away. If you want a longer coffee break, you can take a 15-minute drive to Booker to visit their local coffee shop. It has a variety of coffee and smoothie drinks to fuel you and free Wi-Fi and Xbox 360 games to entertain you. Solid Ground hosts book signings as well.

112 S. Main, Booker
Monday and Friday 7 a.m.
9 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m.
4 p.m.; 9–11 p.m.

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