Pull Through Coffee Bar, a new cycling-centric coffee shop, is now open near White Rock Lake.

The coffee bar is located at 4875 W. Lawther Drive inside Dallas Bike Works, a popular local bike shop. It held its grand opening Feb. 25. In addition to inside bar seating, the coffee shop has a walk-up window for outdoor ordering.

Owner Christina James, a longtime coffee shop worker and cycling enthusiast, said the coffee bar is intended to appeal to not just cyclists, but anyone who frequents the White Rock Lake area, including runners, dog walkers and families.

“There’s not really much over on this side of town, or at least on this side of the lake, that people can walk to,” James said. “It’s kind of a dead spot, so I’m trying to fill that void.”

The shop will serve a variety of coffee drinks made with Cultivar Coffee, a Dallas-based coffee roasting company. It will also offer pastries from Leila Bakery & Cafe, a local business in East Dallas, and tea from Rakkasan Tea Co., a local tea vendor. James said she plans to offer other health-conscious options from locally sourced small businesses. She hopes to offer beer and wine in the future, once she gets the licensing to do so.

The coffee shop does not have a website yet, but James said those interested in the shop can stay updated through the business’ Instagram page.

Pull Through Coffee Bar is open Wednesday-Friday from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. and Saturday-Sunday from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. It is closed Monday and Tuesday.