New Orleans-born coffeehouse to celebrate its sixth location in Dallas/Ft. Worth area on March 14
Ft. Worth, TX (RestaurantNews.com) PJ’s Coffee is ready to bring more of its soul-moving coffee, rave-worthy roasts and authentically fresh pastries to DFW with a new location opening in North Richland Hills.
The New Orleans-born coffeehouse, franchised with Browning Hospitalities LLC, marked its soft opening at 5555 Rufe Snow Drive on March 14. To celebrate its opening week, guests who stop by will get a FREE upsize on all drinks, while first responders, students, teachers and military can enjoy 10% off all purchases during opening week!
“We’re honored to be able to come in and impact the community in so many ways,” said Browning Hospitalities LLC Owner Andrew Browning. “Whether you’re stopping by or clocking in, we aim to be the best part of everyone’s morning, and we’re excited to provide just that for North Richland Hills.”
In addition to serving the community with a great cup of coffee, Browning Hospitalities is giving its employees a pathway to higher education with the “To College Thru College” program. This will provide scholarship funds to all high school employees who qualify to support the mission of bettering their lives through education.
This opening marks the 6th PJ’s Coffee in DFW and the 16th location in Texas. The new PJ’s Coffee in North Richland Hills will serve the community Monday through Thursday from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday from 5 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. It will include a drive-thru for locals to quickly grab their morning fuel, as well as a warm and inviting dine-in space where guests can gather with family and friends.
PJ’s Coffee utilizes only the best quality Arabica coffee from across the globe. PJ’s Coffee carries a complete line of espresso-based beverages, flavored coffee, and award-winning Original Cold Brew™ iced coffee and bags of roasts. PJ’s Coffee is the industry leader in sourcing methods, from farm to cup, with a focus in supporting sustainability. By partnering directly with farms, PJ’s is committed to doing business in ways that are good for the planet by minimizing the environmental footprint. To learn more about PJ’s Coffee or to find a location near you, visit pjscoffee.com.
About PJ’s Coffee
Since its inception in 1978, PJ’s Coffee has set out to show that its coffee is the best in the business. Founded by Phyllis Jordan, a pioneer in the coffee industry, and owned and operated by New Orleans natives and brothers, Paul, Steven, and Scott Ballard since 2008, the company has stuck true to that mission and its New Orleans roots. So why is PJ’s Coffee better? Because its Direct Trade coffee comes from the top 1% of Arabica beans, is made using superior roasting techniques in small batches and everyone at PJ’s is passionate about the art of coffeemaking. From its roasters to baristas to bakers, everyone understands that the ‘Soul of Coffee’ is how it brings people together. It’s why PJ’s Coffee serves a wide variety of hot, iced and frozen coffee beverages, as well as organic tea and fresh breakfast pastries, including its New Orleans-style beignets. PJ’s Original Cold Brew™ Ice Coffee is brewed daily using a special cold-drip process that protects the flavor and strength of the beans, while producing a coffee that is two-thirds less acidic. PJ’s Velvet Ice® and Granita are frozen and blended drinks options that capture the distinct flavors of coffee or tea in a cold, smooth drink. And all of PJ’s flavored coffees offer no additional calories thanks to its unique small-batch roasting process that imbeds flavors in the beans as they roast. The diverse menu comes together with a simple goal – to help people connect over a coffee, tea or beignet and get a distinct taste of New Orleans! With more than 150 operating stores, including four international locations, PJ’s Coffee continues to grow in the U.S. and abroad. For more information or to purchase your favorite flavor, visit pjscoffee.com or follow PJ’s Coffee on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
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