If you've ever found yourself in the Dallas Arts District and in need of an immediate caffeine injection, we have good news for you. The AT&T Performing Arts Center has announced that Pearl Cup, the much-loved local coffee house, will be the official coffee vendor for the museum café in its new Information Center, located in Sammons park.
So if you like free foosball and tulip-shaped latte art, or even just pingpong and pastries, check out the café space in the Elaine D. and Charles A. Sammons Park. The cafe will be open from 7:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and until one hour after any performance.
"Pearl Cup has established itself as a local favorite for coffee lovers," Doug Curtis, president and acting CEO of the Center, said in a news release. "It has a great reputation for quality and service and a strong commitment to the community. We are excited to have a locally owned company providing coffee in this very unique space."
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We're willing to overlook the redundancy of "very unique" in our excitement for coffee-jazzed foosball. Bring your A-game, y'all.