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85°C Bakery Café Will Soon Hit Frisco

The popular Taiwanese sweets shop is making its Texas footprint bigger

Mooncakes from 85°C Bakery Café
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Back in April, mega-popular 85°C Bakery Café opened its first Texas location in Carrollton, and now it looks as if the beloved Taiwanese sweets shop is looking to make an even bigger footprint in DFW.

According to a report in the Frisco Enterprise, 85°C Bakery Café will open in the northerly suburb as part of a new Asian-focused shopping center. The new shopping center, called Frisco Ranch, will largely resemble the small strip mall where 85°C Bakery Café opened in Carrollton, and will be flanked by a new outpost of Japanese dollar store Daiso and a 99 Ranch Market.

“Frisco Ranch will create the trade area’s first destination of authentic cuisines and shops from South and East Asia. We will be bringing many of the same tenants we have in Carrollton and others that will be brand new to Texas,” NewQuest Properties’ Heather Nguyen told the Enterprise. “All are well known globally and are becoming exceedingly popular with U.S. consumers in cities in which they are located.”

Construction on Frisco Ranch is expected to be completed by next summer, which means that you’ll have to head to Carrollton to experience those killer cakes and boba teas for now.

Asian retail, dining center coming to Frisco [Frisco Enterprise]