Two More CosMc’s Hitting DFW

Festivities at CosMc's, the McDonald's spinoff that opened in Dallas. | Image by McDonald's

The metroplex is set to welcome the addition of two CosMc’s locations, McDonald’s new beverage-focused chain.

In December, The Dallas Express reported that the fast-food giant was experimenting with a beverage-led restaurant that would occupy a smaller footprint than a typical McDonald’s location. Since then, multiple CosMc’s locations have been announced in the metroplex, like the one on Newman Avenue in Allen.

Now, two more of these initial rollout locations are hitting North Texas, reported CultureMap Dallas.

The Fort Worth suburb of Watauga will get the next spot on April 2 at 7304 Denton Hwy. Soon after, on April 8, a CosMc’s location will open at Abram’s Alley, 300 E. Abram St. #150 in Arlington.

The rapid development comes only a few months after the first CosMc’s opened in Illinois in December 2023. This year alone, McDonald’s plans to open nine locations of the beverage spinoff in the pilot markets of North Texas and San Antonio.

The first North Texas opening on Preston and Campbell in North Dallas attracted a large crowd who came out to try the new small-format restaurant concept. Local resident Connor Wilson told The Dallas Express at the time that his Blueberry Ginger Boost was “definitely a little different than what he expected, but [was] still really good.”

Patrons can purchase a menu of teas, blended beverages, flavored coffees, and other beverages. They can also customize their order with vitamin C shots, syrups, and other items.

Fortunately, you will not have to visit a separate McDonald’s location if you happen to be hungry and thirsty. CosMc’s Dallas, for example, offers sandwiches like Spicy Queso with sausage or a more traditional Egg McMuffin. You can also find hash browns, pretzel bites, and an assortment of desserts, like McFlurry’s.

DFW will be getting a couple of additional menu items: the Beach Protein Frappe and Melon Herb Chiller, according to CultureMap Dallas.

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