Your Morning Should Start at Coffee Time & More in Alamo!

In the City of Alamo, there are plenty of hidden gems that you won’t find anywhere else in the Rio Grande Valley. One of these is Coffee Time & More on the corner of Business 83 and Tower Road. Serving all varieties of delectable coffees and pastries, this location has been captivating the city and the surrounding regions.

If you’re a business owner looking for a prime location just minutes away from McAllen, know that Alamo has over 400 acres waiting for you! For more information, contact the EDC today!

Exceptional Taste with a Relaxed Atmosphere

Since their grand opening in 2014, Coffee Time & More has been serving delectable coffees that will have your mouth dancing with

delight. When entering, you’ll first notice their

refreshing and inviting open layout. Their menu includes a wide variety of coffees like traditional mocha and tiramisu. But coffee isn’t the only thing they specialize in. They also serve breakfast, lunch and dinner options that include Paninis, salads, sandwiches and melts. They even serve some of the best Boba teas and fruit smoothies anywhere.

Each visitor can also enjoy free Wi-Fi, which makes it a great spot for studying, working or being with friends. If you haven’t visited Coffee Time & More, then you haven’t tasted some of the best coffee around!

More About Alamo

Coffee Time & More has been a local hotspot for three years and shows no sign of slowing down. Alamo has been growing and enticing visitors from all over the Unites States with other great restaurants and attractions such as:

  • Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge
  • The Original Willie’s Bar-B-Q
  • Music Nights at Alamo Central Park
  • The Alamo Museum
  • Movies in the Park
  • Tower Burger
  • Alamo’s Watermelon Festival
  • La Michelada Drive Thru

With so many profitable activities, Alamo contributes to the overall growth of the Rio Grande Valley and has been recognized as part of the fifth largest metropolitan statistical area in Texas, surpassing El Paso, Killeen-Temple and Beaumont-Port Arthur.

More Opportunities

Alamo’s location brings more opportunities for businesses looking to be only minutes away from McAllen, Edinburg or Mission. The city also serves as an international gateway to Nuevo Progreso and Tamaulipas, attracting businesses and visitors looking for international commerce.

The City of Alamo and the Alamo EDC work hand-in-hand to help startups, small businesses and even franchises build a solid foundation for success. Here’s what you can look forward to:

Tax Increment Reinvestment Zones (TIRZ) – These involve tax increment financing for projects within identified areas.

Grants to New and Existing Businesses – These grants are based on available resources and are only for offsite improvements where the resulting asset falls within public domain, such as but not limited to:

  • Water distribution
  • Sewer collection
  • Drainage
  • Public thoroughfares
  • Medians
  • Street lighting
  • Solid waste collection
  • Signage

USDA-Rural Development: Intermediary Relending Program (IRP) – This is another resource for rural communities.

USDA-Rural Development: Rural Business Enterprise Grant (RBEG) – This provides grants to EDCs for rural projects that finance and facilitate the development of small and emerging rural businesses and helps fund distance learning networks and employment-related adult education programs.

The Local Business Retention Program – Supports local business organizations like the Chamber of Commerce and promotional events like community festivals. We also assist existing businesses on a case-by-case basis depending on the number of jobs created or saved, the investment or equity contribution of the business and the long-term self-sustainability of the project.

Let’s Talk Business

Experience a city full of unique businesses that have been capturing the entire Rio Grande Valley! If you’re looking to invest in a growing city that knows the importance of small businesses, then give us a call at 956.787.6622.

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