Heirloom Haul offers vintage cafe, tearoom experience within The Star in Frisco

The Lavender Latte is among an assortment of flavored espresso beverages, and comes in two sizes. ($5, $6) (Courtesy Heirloom Haul)
The Lavender Latte is among an assortment of flavored espresso beverages, and comes in two sizes. ($5, $6) (Courtesy Heirloom Haul)

The Lavender Latte is among an assortment of flavored espresso beverages, and comes in two sizes. ($5, $6) (Courtesy Heirloom Haul)

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Brittany Cobb is the owner of Heirloom Haul. (Courtesy Heirloom Haul)
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The chicken and goat cheese sandwich features roasted chicken on a fresh ciabatta bun. ($12) (Courtesy Heirloom Haul)
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Heirloom Haul features a central camper, which owner Brittany Cobb said will soon be expanded to allow for dining inside of it. (Courtesy Heirloom Haul)
Brittany Cobb said Heirloom Haul, the restaurant and tearoom nestled within her market space, Flea Style, adds a different experience at The Star in Frisco.

Heirloom Haul compliments Flea Style by offering a menu that Cobb describes as “small, yet intentional.” Since it opened in November 2018, the cafe has offered guests scratch-made fare, such as sandwiches, salads and charcuterie boards, alongside many specialty beverages.

“It’s a really special experience,” Cobb said. “As far as food and beverage go, you really can’t find anything like it.”

The business owner depicted Heirloom Haul as a nod to the brand of Flea Style: all things vintage that one might find in an antique mall. Fixtures, decorations and food are also largely locally sourced, according to Cobb.

Cobb said she has many fond memories of her time growing up in California, where her mother would operate a vendor stall at a local shop while she would eat in the back.


While Cobb already had a storefront in Dallas, those memories eventually spurred her to pursue her dream, the store-cafe combo that stands in Frisco today.

“When we started construction [of Flea Style] in Frisco in 2019, Heirloom Haul was part of the vision and idea,” Cobb said. “So it kind of changed the model. ... I’m so thankful for it now.”

It took a bit of time for Heirloom Haul to find its identity among a crowd of more established brands in Frisco. Still, she said bringing an entirely fresh concept to The Star proved to be advantageous.

Set alongside Dallas North Tollway, the complex has a perceived lack of retail fronts, according to Cobb. In addition, she said Heirloom Haul’s unique offerings as a restaurant and event space tucked within Flea Style helps position it as a destination.

Having a space to host baby showers, birthdays or to simply stop for full tea service gives The Star another option to satisfy more guests, Cobb said.

“I think The Star—being so Dallas Cowboys-driven, it’s kind of male-focused,” Cobb said. “It’s really fresh to have this feminine concept that’s beautiful and a little girly and pink in all that blue and silver.”

Heirloom Haul

6765 Winning Drive, Ste. 830, Frisco

972-704-3918

www.heirloomhaul.com

Hours: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. daily
By Matt Payne
Matt Payne reports on Frisco City Hall and its committees, Collin County Commissioners and McKinney business. His experience includes serving as online content editor at Fort Worth Magazine and city editor at the Killeen Daily Herald. He is a 2017 graduate of the Frank W. and Sue Mayborn School of Journalism at the University of North Texas in Denton.