One thing Amarillo has is coffee shops.  However, you can never have too many coffee shops.

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Over a year ago we shared with you that a new coffee shop would be opening in Town Square Village.

PJs Coffee


PJs Coffee was founded in New Orleans.  The original store was located on Maple Street.

PJ's Coffee of New Orleans was founded in 1978 by Phyllis Jordan, a pioneer in the coffee industry that demonstrated better beans, superior roasting techniques, and pure passion for the art of coffee-making mattered. PJ's Coffee serves a wide variety of hot, iced and frozen coffee beverages, as well as organic tea and fresh breakfast pastries.

PJ's Amarillo location will be 9201 Town Square Blvd.

It will be a great addition to the Amarillo coffee scene.  PJs will offer your coffee favorites including espresso, iced coffees, frozen and blended coffees, and energy drinks.  Check out this menu.

PJ's also serves up fresh pastries. Oh, and one of those fresh pastries will be beignets. It'll almost feel like you're in NOLA.

PJ's Amarillo is hoping to be open in June and they have been working hard on getting the building ready to serve up all that great coffee.

With a coffee shop based in New Orleans, one only hopes they will have some delicious chicory coffee iced with cream.

Let's hope the limited-time drink lasts through the summer so we can enjoy a glass when the Amarillo location opens.

Alright coffee lovers, are you ready to try out PJ's Coffee?

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