- Chip and Joanna Gaines are opening up a new coffee shop in Waco, Texas.
- The coffee shop is called Magnolia Press.
- Joanna has been sharing some sneak peeks of the menu and the decor on Instagram.
Chip and Joanna Gaines are opening up yet another business in Texas. They are working on a new coffee shop in Waco, Texas and it is about to open! Joanna has been sharing some sneak peeks of the coffee shop on her Instagram page. It is making fans really excited for the opening, which will hopefully be this month.
The coffee shop is called Magnolia Press. According to Country Living, Joanna explained more about the name saying, “When our team brainstormed on the name, we kept coming back to this idea of a French press and the slower (but very rewarding) process of making a rich, good cup of coffee. It felt symbolic for what we hope people find here with us—a spot to slow down, to take it all in, and to simply savor the moment.”
Photos of the new Magnolia Press coffee shop
An opening date has not been released, but they previously said it would open this fall. That means it should open pretty soon! It is located at 418 S. Eighth St., in Waco, very close to the silos. The couple has not released a full menu yet, but Joanna has been sharing some sneak peeks of the menu in her Instagram stories.
It looks like coffee, tea, hot cocoa, seasonal items, and sweet and savory pastries will be on the menu. She has also shared a photo of chocolate cake, so they are sure to have everything for your sweet tooth there.
Joanna said her inspiration was a classic library
As far as the decor goes, Joanna has said that her inspiration was a classic library. It appears the coffee shop has lots of black and white colors and sharp details. There is also lots of seating for those who want to work or hang out in the coffee shop. There will be leather booths, tables, and nostalgic library lamps. There will also be outdoor seating for those who love that gorgeous Texas weather.
Joanna continued, “I want the style of the space to be symbolic of times past, and for guests to feel a sense of history and familiarity—almost like stepping into a place they’ve been before.”