Fiction Coffee’s ‘Deck The Hall Street’ Holiday Pop-Up Has Returned

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Fiction Coffee’s ‘Deck The Hall Street’ Holiday Pop-Up Has Returned

Peep the pop-up brewing over at Non-Fiction for some roasted holiday treats.

It’s time for java lovers to rejoice. After a brief hiatus, Non-Fiction Coffee is back with its “Deck The Hall Street” Holiday pop-up. For the next few weeks, visitors can get their mittens on some of the cafe’s delectable holiday coffee concoctions and snap a pic in front of their very merry new mural. [Featured image: @fictioncoffeeshop]

Hot coffee is undoubtedly the norm when it comes to the average Joe. In Texas, however, it doesn’t really serve as necessity. The near-year-long heat make caffeine consumption more palatable in the form of cold brew, or other iced beverages. But a brief window in winter permits us to savor hot java drinks.

And in no better time in place to do that than Fiction Coffee Shop where the cafe is hosting its annual Deck The Hall Street holiday pop-up.

“We’re bringing back our full Deck the Hall Street menu,” the coffee house wrote in an Instagram post. “Pair that with our classic holiday mural, done by the amazing @dummyfresh & @bobby.cerda, and we can at least feel a little closer to a normal Christmas here in Dallas!”

Fiction’s pop-up street menu features eight delectable seasonal concoctions. Highlights include their lavender cinnamon latte dubbed Falala Latte; a chamomile-peppermint latter named Peppermint Dreams; and their Resting Grinch Face – a honey-rosemary-cinnamon latte.

Patrons won’t be able to experience Fiction’s usual fabulous interior decor, but they can get a pic in front of their delightful new mural standing adjacent to the store.

“We’ve closed our interior space for the remainder of December to keep our baristas and our coffee community safe, but we hope our to-go drinks can bring a little bit of DTHS to your home! We seriously couldn’t have gotten through this year without y’all, so let’s spread a little cheer to finish out the year!”

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