Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf at North Tollway is Closed

This California-based chain did not fare well in Dallas.

The-Coffee-Bean-Tea-Leaf-Opens-42nd-Store-at-Two-E-Com-CenterAn alert coffee drinker noticed a closed sign on the door of the 15250 Dallas Parkway location, and wrote in sadly that someone from Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf had responded to her query via Facebook.

“The Dallas Tollway location has closed.  It was not a reflection of our great staff or our loyal Guests – it was that we simply were unable to get enough people through the doors for this location to be financially successful.   We will return to Dallas soon and we thank you for your patronage at the Tollway location.”

The California-based chain opened its first Dallas store near the In-N-Out in September 2012. It announced that it would be the first of many. So far, that was the only Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf shop in Dallas, and now it has shut down.



  • ThatSportsGirl

    It was a funky location but I am shocked there aren’t more Coffee Beans in DFW. Interestingly, Nolan Ryan is involved with Coffee Bean ownership in Texas. It’s the coffee the Rangers serve in their corporate offices at the Ballpark.

  • JtB

    Dang. I love Coffee Bean and Tea leaf. I never knew they were in Dallas!

  • lck

    I am bummed about this. I love their vanilla iced blendeds and their coffee is really good. The location wasn’t the best though…hopefully they really will open another location soon!

  • Allykat

    They also opened up a location in West Frisco early last year. They have already closed down as well.

  • Everlasting Phelps

    It was a bad location. The tollway is bad for “stop in” places because you have to repay the toll to get back on, it’s on the wrong side (on the Northbound side, when all the traffic is southbound in the morning). To get to it southbound, you had to exit at Belt Line (nightmare) make the U-turn, go down the service road, get your drink, get back on the service road (nightmare again because of the crazies barreling in from Belt Line), make ANOTHER uturn, and then go through the Belt Line intersection before you can get back on the Tollway. Top all that off with almost all the residential there being south of Belt Line, or north of Keller Springs, and it was just a bad, bad location.

    If it had been on the southbound side at Belt Line or Spring Valley, it could have killed.

  • Said Sabbagh

    It’s really too bad I always felt well treated by all their staff members!! Lindsey and Stephen were the best!! Sorry to se you guys go…

    Said Sabbagh