Dutch Bros, the West Coast coffee chain known for its endlessly customizable lattes, is arriving in full force in Dallas-Fort Worth.
In the past week, the chain debuted two DFW locations on practically polar opposite sides of the metroplex. The first, at 720 West Spring Creek Parkway in Plano, made its debut on July 26, following the arrival of the Pantego location at 2309 West Park Row Drive. The two new shops join Dutch Bros.’s first Dallas-Fort Worth location, which opened its doors in McKinney back in May, and an outpost in Euless.
As a representative for Dutch Bros told Eater back in January, these three outposts are the first of many in the works in the region. The chain currently has plans to bring as many 11 coffee shops to Dallas-Fort Worth, including a soon-to-open location in Princeton.
For folks who are not yet familiar with the chain, expect an extensive menu of lattes, teas, smoothies, and other beverages that can all be customized with a dizzying list of syrup flavors and milk options. Dutch Bros has grown massively since its founding in Oregon in 1992, with nearly 500 locations scattered across 11 states. The chain started pushing its way into Texas this year, opening its first location in College Station.
Dutch Bros opens bright and early, at 5 a.m. daily, at all of its DFW locations.