Canada-based Tim Horton’s coffee chain eyes the Austin area for expansion, plans 40 new stores

An agreement could be finalized within the next two months, the Austin Business Journal reports.

click to enlarge Canada-based Tim Hortons is eyeing the Austin area for expansion. - Courtesy Photo / Tim Hortons
Courtesy Photo / Tim Hortons
Canada-based Tim Hortons is eyeing the Austin area for expansion.
Fans of Canada-based Tim Hortons’ coffee and “Timbits” doughnut holes may soon be able to get all of the Canuck goodness as close as Austin, the Austin Business Journal reports.

The chain currently only operates two locations in Texas — near Houston — but has begun talks with Austin-based restaurant groups with the hopes of opening 40 locations in and around the capitol within the next five years, a source told the ABJ.

An agreement could be finalized within the next two months, solidifying the chain’s U.S. expansion through Texas, Florida and Georgia, the ABJ reports.

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