Popular bakery café chain plans for late-summer grand opening
Nestlé Toll House Café by Chip is bringing its world-famous confections to the Fort Worth Stockyards, a May 16 company news release announced.
The new café will be located above the “Pig Subway” at 140 E. Exchange Ave. in Stockyards Station and is set to open late this summer. The café is looking to hire 15 team members in the coming weeks, the release stated.
“We can’t wait to bring our freshly baked confections to the Fort Worth Stockyards,” said Franchisee Karen J. Blake. “We are so excited to commence construction in such a unique area that beautifully embodies Western heritage. Our café will be a warm, welcoming place for locals and visitors alike to indulge in some sweet treats while enjoying the historic stockyards.”
The café will serve freshly baked cookies, customized cookie cakes, an assortment of fresh-baked confections, ice creams, smoothies and cold beverages. But don’t think only your sweet tooth can be satisfied; it will also be a lunch option as it features crepes, paninis, wraps and flatbreads.
This location marks Fort Worth’s second Nestlé Toll House Café by Chip and the 167th café system-wide. In addition to exhibiting a weathered Western, the café will feature a second-story patio overlooking historic Exchange Avenue.
For more information, visit NestleCafe.com