Top Pot Doughnuts Breaks Ground on 1st Location in Dallas Suburbs



Top Pot Doughnuts Breaks Ground on 1st Location in Dallas SuburbsPopular doughnut concept under construction at CityLine; September opening projected

Top Pot Doughnuts Breaks Ground on 1st Location in Dallas SuburbsDallas’ favorite new guilty pleasure is headed to the burbs.

Top Pot Doughnuts, Dallas’ first Doughnut and Coffee café, has just broken ground at CityLine, the massive mixed-use project in Richardson. Its newest location will be on the ground floor of Three CityLine, the development’s flagship building, near the intersection of E. Renner and N. Plano Roads.

It is scheduled to open later this month.

“We’ve only been in DFW for about 16 months, but we already feel like we’ve been embraced by the community here,” said Alex Sharma, Chairman of Top Pot Doughnuts. “We think the CityLine project is the perfect next step for our local expansion as we take our high quality, hand-forged doughnuts to a whole new group of customers beyond Dallas proper.”

When it opens, the 1,300-square-foot café will be the 3rd Top Pot in North Texas and the 22nd overall. The company has 19 stores in its hometown of Seattle.

Top Pot’s first location outside Seattle opened in May 2014 at the corner of Hillcrest Road and Northwest Highway in Dallas, and the second on Greenville Avenue in May 2015. Top Pot will have four stores in the DFW area by year’s end.

Founded in Seattle in 2002, Top Pot Doughnuts offers made-daily varieties of hand-forged donuts, fresh roasted coffee, locally made pastries and a variety of sandwiches. Menu items include over 40 kinds of donuts with zero grams of trans fat, including the old fashioned, cake, filled and fritter. Top Pot’s exceptional quality, vintage aesthetic and personal customer service is designed to get the customer’s day started off right.

Top Pot Doughnuts Breaks Ground on 1st Location in Dallas SuburbsKDC’s CityLine, located in Richardson, Texas, is a 186-acre mixed-use development that features dense urban development with easy access to office, residential, entertainment, parks and the DART light rail network. By September 2015, CityLine is expected to have a daytime population of 10,000 people. At full build-out, the project will contain approximately six million square feet of office space, two hotels, 3,925 multi-family residential units, 300,000 square feet of grocery, restaurant, entertainment and retail space, and three parks. For more information, visit CityLineDFW.com.