Plano Magazine
Pearl Cup Sip, Coffee-and-Wine Concept Opens at the Boardwalk at Granite Park, Plano  

By Rebecca Silvestri
September 6, 2018

The Boardwalk at Granite Park is Plano’s own little shoreline: a promenade and a line of restaurants with large patios overlooking a large lagoon. It’s not big, but it is beautiful and with the addition of Pearl Cup Sip, an integrated coffee-and-wine concept, is now better than ever before.

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Plano Magazine
Pearl Cup Sip Opens at The Boardwalk at Granite Park 

By Daly Wit
September 10, 2018

Pearl Cup Sip is now open at The Boardwalk at Granite Park at 5880 State Highway 121.  Originating from Dallas’ Pearl Cup Coffee, Pearl Cup Sip integrates a coffee and wine concept. Owners Farrah and Mike Yeager loved the Pearl Cup brand from the moment they first experienced it and knew they wanted to broaden their reach.

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Community Impact Newspaper
Pearl Cup Sip opens in Plano at The Boardwalk at Granite Park 

By Gavin Pugh
September 10, 2018

Pearl Cup Sip opened Aug. 23 at The Boardwalk at Granite Park, 5880 Granite Parkway, Plano. The coffee shop serves roasted espresso drinks, coffee, food, pastries and, starting in the afternoons, wine. Pearl Cup Coffee also has a location in Richardson at 2701 Custer Parkway, Ste. 917.

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A New Wine and Coffee Bar Just Debuted in Plano
Pearl Cup Coffee’s new spin-off serves up an expanded food menu too

By Alaena Hostetter
Sep 6, 2018

Pearl Cup Coffee, a Henderson Avenue original that vacated its high-priced hood for the ‘burbs several years ago, has just opened its second location in Plano as an integrated coffee and wine bar.

Pearl Cup Sip is the moniker for the new concept that just debuted at The Boardwalk at Granite Park. The living room-inspired space is housed within 1,300 square-feet, which features a dedicated wine bar and comfy furniture. Patrons can find an extra 800 square-feet of patio space facing the boardwalk and waterfront.

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Dallas Morning News
Caffeinate and inebriate at two new D-FW coffee shops also selling beer and wine

By Tiney Ricciardi
September 10, 2018

Pearl Cup Sip

Pearl Cup opened its first coffee shop in Dallas in 2007 before expanding to three additional locations in the region. All but the one in Richardson have closed, but the company has new owners who recently debuted a variation of the concept.

Pearl Cup Sip, now open in Plano, maintains its roots as a coffee shop while adding wine to the menu. There are also sandwiches, salads and shareable plates like loaded street fries for pairing.

“Pearl Cup Sip, takes everything we love about the Pearl coffeehouse, and extends those characteristics into the evening when folks gather together to wind down with a good glass of wine, share a snack and decompress,” said co-owner Farrah Yeager in a statement.

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