7-Eleven recently opened the doors to a new test store in Dallas, Texas that serves as a sit-down cafe concept, a taco restaurant and a place to test upcoming products and innovations. On-site, consumers will find everything from made-to-order coffee and cold-pressed juices to a bar with wine, beer, kombucha, nitro cold brew and tea on tap.
As well as being a place where people can come to conveniently purchase a grab-and-go meal, this new 7-Eleven concept store offers a self-service growler station for beer and cider, The Cellar, which is stocked with wines, as well as sections for baked goods, bulk snacks plus cold treats like frozen yogurt and ice cream.
The building also features Laredo Taco Co., a chain 7-Eleven acquired in 2018, which offers both indoor and outdoor seating options.
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