It appears that White Rhino Coffee is expanding to add a tenth location in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. White Rhino would be located at 8075 FM 423, Ste. 100 in Frisco, according to a recent project filing.
Chris Parvin founded White Rhino in Cedar Hill in 2007. He created the brand to provide “a space where community members could get a cup of craft coffee and connect with their neighbors,” according to the White Rhino website. The coffee brand now operates nine locations in DFW including in Arlington, Downtown Dallas, Fort Worth, and Waxahachie. White Rhino also operates a roastery. The brand’s website states they plan to open 15 more shops by 2025.
Guests can enjoy a variety of craft coffees and scratch food items. The menu features cold brew, signature lattes, traditional espressos, and more. Diners can curb their hunger with a Maple-Glazed Chicken Biscuit, breakfast sandwiches, or Biscuit and Gravy Bites.
A variety of pastries are also offered. Diners can try scones, muffins, cookies, and more. Grab-and-go yogurts and salads are also available.
A finish out of the existing, nearly 2,500-square-foot space in Frisco could begin in June. Construction is expected to wrap up at the new Frisco location in late 2023, but there is no official word on when it might open to begin serving the public.