Sweetwaters Coffee will be taking its new home in Frisco as it opens to finally serve the people after a pandemic delay according to a Community Impact article from February 9 which reports,
“The opening of the 1,650-square-foot cafe was delayed by nearly a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a news release. It will include a drive-thru and a “globally inspired” menu with custom roasted and handcrafted coffees, whole-leaf teas, desserts, pastries and sandwiches.
A charity event benefiting Frisco Family Services will be held Feb. 19, according to the release. The event will run from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., and 50% of sales will go to the organization. Sweetwaters will also collect toiletries, feminine hygiene and cleaning products throughout the event.
Sweetwaters will remain open after the event then hold a weeklong grand opening celebration from Feb. 26-March 4. Customers will be offered daily discounts throughout the week.”
Despite the delay, Sweetwaters will be bringing their best items including the founder’s favorites as well as local pastries according to a Dallas Morning News article from February 19 which reports,
The menu gives equal billing to coffee and tea, with an interesting selection of herbal, black, oolong and green teas. For coffee, customers can find plenty of sweet drinks like a chilled caramel espresso with whipped cream or a French-Vietnamese au lait made with sweetened condensed milk. It also sells cold brew served three ways: straight-up, dreamy (with vanilla syrup and cream) and dirty (with chocolate and cream).
Mitchell likes the Napali Brew: a sweet espresso drink with hazelnut, vanilla ice cream and whipped cream. Mitchell was born in England but raised in Germany and says the hazelnut reminds her of home.
Their Sweetwaters shop will sell quiches made at The Chestnut Tree in Denton.
Sweetwaters have been around for 30 years and currently, it has 40 locations in different states.