Dutch Bros to Expand its Central Texas Footprint

The three locations will cost around half a million dollars to construct and expect to complete construction by July 2023.
Dutch Bros to Expand its Central Texas Footprint
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The growing drive-thru coffee chain, Dutch Bros, will soon be making a significant Central Texas expansion, according to recent filings with the State of Texas. The upcoming restaurants will be located at Slaughter & I-35 in Austin, FM 620 and Little Oak Way in Round Rock, and HWY 183 and Loyola Lane, also in Austin. 

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Specializing in caffeinated beverages, Dutch Bros offers a wide variety of coffee options such as cold brew, chai, hot coffees, and energy drinks. Dutch Bros also offers teas, lemonades, smoothies, and the brand’s signature dutch sodas, along with muffin tops and granola bars as snacks. 

What Now Austin briefly reached out to Development Specialist Elias Minaise to inquire about the upcoming locations’ potential opening dates, but he was not willing to disclose the information.

What can be known, however, according to the filings with the State of Texas is that the three locations will cost around half a million dollars to construct and expect to complete construction by July 2023.

Until the new Dutch Bros locations open their doors, curious caffeine fans can visit the existing Austin location at 1801 E Parmer Ln.

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Paul Soto

Paul Soto is a freelance writer. He is a graduate of Syracuse University's MFA in Creative Writing and lives between the U.S. and Portugal, where he is working on his first book.
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