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The third Martha Stewart Café in the nation is set to open in November at the Macy’s store inside the Galleria Dallas.
CultureMap Dallas reported that the café will open early next month, and draws its inspiration from artisanal cafes in Europe. It will feature coffee, tea, espresso drinks, and cold-brew iced coffee, according to CultureMap.
The first Martha Stewart Café opened in 2015 in New York, CultureMap said, while the second opened Oct. 8 in Sacramento, California.
For those who want something to eat with their drink, the cafe will feature “a curated assortment of pastries from local bakers,” according to CultureMap.
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