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Pearl Cup to Open Third Location in Richardson Late this Summer

The much loved Dallas-based Pearl Cup Coffee today announced plans for a new location in Richardson at 2701 Custer Parkway in the II Creeks shopping center. This new spot will serve beer and wine in addition to coffee.

This is the third area Pearl Cup Coffee shop. The other two are at 1900 Henderson Ave. and 750 N. St. Paul St. in downtown.

A fourth spot is slated for the Sylvan/Thrity development scheduled to open sometime in 2013.

The Richardson location should open in late August.

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