Carrollton, TX (August 19, 2016) –– 85°C Bakery Cafe, a Taiwanese bakery chain, opened its very first Texas location on August 19, 2016 in Carrollton. The store is located at 2540 Old Denton Road, Unit 106. The opening of the Carrollton location is a milestone for the brand as it is not only the first 85°C Bakery Cafe in Texas, but also the first location outside of California. Moreover, Miss Texas Jr. Teen and Miss San Gabriel Valley have joined the ribbon-cutting ceremony to welcome 85°C Bakery Cafe to Texas.
Justice Thompson, Miss Texas Jr. Teen 2016, cheerfully welcomed 85°C to her home state. At the same time, Breanna Coffey, Miss San Gabriel Valley 2016, was ecstatic to have the same comforts she had received in California available now also in Texas, as she has recently became a Texas resident. Upon entering the Lone Star State, the Operating Director of 85°C Charles Wu stated: “This is our first flagship store in the mid-west, we are honored to have Texas as our first out-of-California location. We cannot wait to offer our service and products to the rest of the nation.”
Founded in 2004, 85°C Bakery Cafe has always been operating with the goal to provide high-quality products at affordable prices. Like Texas, where everything is bigger and better, 85°C also has a big concept with diverse product lines and large selections. Every store offers 60 types of breads, varying from Asian to European styles; plus, over 40 types of cakes and various beverages to enjoy. As a fast-casual restaurant, 85°C utilizes a self-serve bread section, where customers have complete freedom to pick out their favorite items.