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85C Bakery Continues Its DFW Pastry Takeover

The popular Taiwanese sweet shop will open in Plano and Richardson

What’s better than sweets & boba?
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Later this summer, massively popular Taiwanese chain 85°C Bakery Cafe will continue its takeover of the north Dallas suburbs with two newly-announced locations.

The bakery, which opened its first DFW outpost in Carrollton last year, is set to open locations in Plano and Richardson this summer, reports CultureMap. The Plano outpost is expected to land at 107 W. Spring Creek, near 99 Ranch Market. Richardson’s 85°C will open at 400 N. Greenville Ave, just a half mile away from popular dim sum destination Kirin Court.

Shortly after the first 85°C opened in Carrollton, the bakery announced that it would open a location at the forthcoming 100,000 square foot “Asian-themed” shopping center Frisco Ranch. It’s not surprising that the bakery is planning an aggressive DFW expansion — the Carrollton outpost still frequently sees lines winding out the door.

The Plano and Richardson locations of 85°C Bakery Cafe are expected to open in June, with Frisco to follow later in the summer.