According to recently filed construction documents, coffee giant Dutch Bros is opening another location in the Volunteer State, this time in Hendersonville. The new location is slated to open at 114 Indian Lake Blvd, likely next year.
An exact grand opening timeline is not currently known, however, due to the location being in the beginning stages of the construction process, it’s likely that the stand will not open for at least eight months to a year.
News of this Hendersonville location comes on the heels of other store openings in Murfreesboro, Spring Hill, and Nolensville Pike. The brand is widely known for its rapid expansion over recent years, with its drive-thru-centric business model popping up in suburbs around the country.
Brothers Dane and Travis Boersma left the dairy business to start their own coffee brand in 1992, and the rest is history. Initially a West Coast brand, Dutch Bros was founded in Grants Pass, Oregon but is now nationwide with over 700 locations in 16 states, according to a USA Today article. Current Dutch Bros CEO and President Joth Ricci has announced a milestone goal of 1,000 locations to open by 2025.
What Now Nashville reached out to Dutch Bros officials for comment but did not immediately receive a response. Customers can stay updated with Dutch Bros on its website, Instagram, and Facebook pages.