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Dallas native brings coffee + community to San Antonio neighborhood

Spin records, browse the cereal bar, and get a Topo Chico cold brew all under one roof.

The Spin Coffee & Vinyl

Check out San Antonio’s newest coffee shop: The Spin Coffee & Vinyl located in the Northeast Park neighborhood.

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Coffee connoisseurs, cereal eaters, and vinyl collectors unite — a new espresso spot called The Spin Coffee & Vinyl is now open at 3131 Nacogdoches Rd. Suite 101. This is the perfect place to get all three, Monday through Sunday, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Located in the Northeast Park neighborhood, this Dallas-based coffee shop is owned by a gentleman named Nassif, and he was kind enough to spill the beans about his sophomore San Antonio adventure.

Nassif’s story

Why the Alamo City? Nassif travels back + forth between Dallas, San Antonio, and Albuquerque for his wife’s job, so starting a location in the River City just made sense and felt right.

“San Antonio is thirsty for coffee” says The Spin Coffee & Vinyl owner, and thinks coffee tastes best when community is involved. Nassif’s goal is to create a community for Northeast Park over a cup of coffee, vinyl spinning, and yes, a bowl of cereal + handmade pastries.

Nice to matcha

The Spin Coffee & Vinyl has all of your classic coffee + latte flavors, think: Lavender and Vanilla. Where the new spot shines is its unique beverages like the Cobo-Chico (cold brew and Topo Chico) or the City Editor-approved Strawberry Fields consisting of matcha, strawberry puree, and your choice of milk.


Pictured above: The Strawberry Fields, which is City Editor-approved and recommended.

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If you’re feeling adventurous, try ordering the Cafe Cola that includes espresso shots, Coca Cola, and milk.

Putting the coffee aside, the shop has a vast record collection for patrons to browse through and purchase. Pro tip: Grab a board game and play while you pass the time.

Be sure to follow its Instagram account for future community board game nights, live music, and newly-added record inventory.

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