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Beloved West Coast Coffee Chain Dutch Bros. Will Soon Arrive in the DFW Area

The chain has at least 10 locations in the works for the metroplex in the coming months

A plastic cup filled with iced coffee. A sprig of lavender sits in the foreground.
A lavender cold brew from Dutch Bros.
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Move over, Starbucks — Dutch Bros. Coffee is set to bring another beloved West Coast coffee chain to Dallas-Fort Worth and its surrounding areas in the coming months.

A representative for the chain tells Eater that Dutch Bros. Coffee is looking to bring roughly 10 locations of the iconic coffee shop to Dallas-Fort Worth and beyond in 2021 and 2022. No specific locations have been chosen just yet, and it’s likely that some of the chain’s locations will open up on the outskirts of DFW.

For those who are unfamiliar, Dutch Bros. is a fixture of the West Coast caffeine scene. Known for its drive-thru locations, ridiculously friendly staff, and extensive menu of coffee drinks, the shop was founded in Oregon in 1992, and has since expanded to California, Washington, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and other western states.

On January 8, Dutch Bros. will open its first Texas location in College Station, which is only about a three hour drive for those who are seriously obsessed with the chain’s coffee.

As far as the drinks are concerned, look forward to a ridiculously expansive menu with tons of flavor options. There’s the iconic Cocomo, a blend of coconut and mocha, and the absurdly caffeinated 9-1-1 that’s made with a whopping six shots of espresso. In addition to the coffees, the chain also has its own energy drink, smoothies, Italian sodas, and light snacks like muffin tops and granola bars.

No official timeline for Dutch Bros. arrival in North Texas has yet been set. Stay tuned for more details.

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