While “spreading the Dutch Luv” across the region, fans excitedly turned to social media to encourage Oregon-based Dutch Bros. Coffee to make its next expansion into Henderson.
And three years after arriving in Las Vegas, an 824-square-foot drive-thru outpost is now confirmed to move onto the vacant lot at the Henderson Freeways Crossing mixed-use center, right at the corner of Lake Mead Drive and Eastgate Road, facing the Fiesta Henderson Hotel & Casino.
While customers will be able to walk-up, the site is primarily designed for vehicles and fans will enter from an entrance on Eastgate Road. Expected future opening hours will be 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.
Yet to make its way through the City of Henderson approval process, an estimated debut date has not been revealed.
Serving up an imaginative menu of flavored coffees made with Colombian, Brazilian, and El Salvadoran beans, the hot and cold beverage specialists currently serve at three local stores, with two more on the way, including a move to the northwest at Deer Springs and Hualapai Way aiming to launch before the end of the year.