Kenyon and Katie Coleman

Founders/Owners/Design & Concept

The Coleman’s were born and raised in Southern California. A month after getting married they picked up and moved to Dallas in 2003. After playing 12 years in the NFL and moving 17 times across the country Kenyon retired in 2014. The Coleman’s now enjoy living back in Texas as a permanent residence with their 4 children Kailah, Kaleb, Kason and Kade. They love spending quality time with their friends and family.

Kenyon’s hobbies include ministry and working out. Katie’s hobbies include cooking, fitness, interior design and spending much of her time decoration the shop seasonally. Kenyon’s favorite drink is the Chai Latte and Katie’s is the Almond Pumpkin Chai Latte. The Coleman’s vision for the coffee shop was built on their love for community. They wanted to make the shop a reflection of their home, a cozy comfortable and inspiring place to dream, create and build lasting relationships complimented with gourmet coffee drinks. The Coleman’s hope to see you again soon!


Daniel and Lucy Molina

Co Founders/Branding and Design

The Molina’s have been happily marred for 16 years and best friends for 19 years. They homeschool their seven children. Their house is filled with everything pink and princess with a tiny former for cars and a train set (6 little girls and 1 boy.) Both are Army Brats and though both of them are Puerto Rican they were born in the states. Daniel’s favorite hobbies include gold, ministry, ideation meetings and family. Daniel’s favorite drink is the Café con Leche. Lucy’s favorite hobbies include journaling, ministry, crafting, taking on challenges and hanging out with the family. Lucy’s favorite drink is the Chai Tea latte, which she usually likes to make herself.

Daniel owns a 12+ year old seasoned A-Z marketing and branding company called Red Palm Studios. Redefined diffidently takes advantage of the experience. He is not only a founder here but also in three other ventures. He loves start up companies. Lucy helped out in the behind the scenes of the construction of the shop. The Molina’s joined in the vision with the Coleman’s to create a “3rd place” where friends, family and co-workers can come and feel like they are at home.