Dutch Bros Coffee to open Pflugerville location

The drive-thru coffee shop's menu offers cold brews, Americanos, specialty espresso drinks, teas, smoothies and pastries, among others. (Courtesy Dutch Bros Coffee)
The drive-thru coffee shop's menu offers cold brews, Americanos, specialty espresso drinks, teas, smoothies and pastries, among others. (Courtesy Dutch Bros Coffee)

The drive-thru coffee shop's menu offers cold brews, Americanos, specialty espresso drinks, teas, smoothies and pastries, among others. (Courtesy Dutch Bros Coffee)

Whether you take your morning joe with a splash of cream or strictly black, wake up and smell the coffee at Dutch Bros Coffee’s upcoming Pflugerville location.

Read on to learn more about menu offerings and four other area business updates.

Coming soon: Dutch Bros Coffee

Dutch Bros Coffee will open a location in Stone Hill Town Center at 18800 Limestone Commercial Drive, Pflugerville. The drive-thru coffee shop’s menu offers cold brews, Americanos, specialty espresso drinks, teas, smoothies and pastries, among others. An anticipated opening date has not yet been announced. www.dutchbros.com

Anniversaries: Cookies, Cupcakes and More


Cookies, Cupcakes and More celebrates its one-year anniversary Feb. 13 at 202 Farley St., Hutto. The bakery’s menu includes specialty cupcakes, cakes, muffins, cookies, brownies and other sweets. Cookies, Cupcakes and More also operates a bakery at 211 N. Main St., Taylor. 512-642-6262. www.cookiesandcupcakesandmore.com

Coming soon: Dollar General

A Dollar General is under construction at 1351 Chris Kelley Blvd., Hutto. The chain company offers food and beverages, personal care products, office supplies and outdoor living essentials at lower prices. An opening date has not yet been announced. www.dollargeneral.com

Now open: Jiffy Lube

Jiffy Lube opened a location at 20916 Burgan Path, Hutto, in early February. Services include oil changes, battery services, inspections and brake checks, among others. 737-234-0902. www.jiffylube.com/locations/tx/hutto/3983

In the news: P. Terry’s Burger Stand

P. Terry’s Burger Stand announced Feb. 8 dine-in services resumed at 50% capacity at 19 Austin metro locations, including in Pflugerville at 18801 FM 685. Takeout and drive-thru services are also available. Menu items include beef and vegetarian burgers, chicken sandwiches, french fries, milkshakes, fountain drinks and desserts. 512-670-9322. https://pterrys.com



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