Dream Girl Espresso plans expansion

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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Forest Grove's controversial Dream Girl Espresso is looking to expand in the Portland Metro area.

A new stand will likely open in the next month or two either in Tigard or Beaverton. Co-owner Jeff Hebner said the company hopes to add a stand every quarter in the coming year, depending on the availability of locations with a suitable coffee kiosk, enough passing traffic and a big enough parking lot for trucks or a line of cars.

DG LLC, the corporation that operates Dream Girl, currently has two stands. The Hillsboro location opened without much buzz in March. The Forest Grove location, which opened July 25, is another story, sparking an ongoing debate that spilled into an opening-day protest and a packed City Council meeting Aug. 12.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

 

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