Canada’s Favorite Coffee Franchise, Tim Horton’s, Is Coming To Houston

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Canada’s Favorite Coffee Franchise, Tim Horton’s, Is Coming To Houston

What’s that, eh? 

As Canadian as ice hockey, maple syrup, and geese, iconic coffee franchise Tim Horton’s is crossing the border down south, way south that is, to Houston, Texas, summer of 2022.

Tim Horton’s, known endearingly by our neighbors up north as “Timmies” is a bakery and coffee franchise founded in Ontario in 1964. Named after the Canadian hockey player, Tim Horton, the franchise has since expanded globally with over 5,000 outposts in 14 countries, including the US.

Its latest expansion plans include none other than Space City, which it announced this past Sunday during the Texans’ game.

“When determining where to bring our coffee shops next, Houston proved to show significant growth opportunity,” said Ricardo Azevedo, regional president of Tim Hortons U.S., in a statement.

“Most importantly, we chose to put down roots in Houston because we love this city’s friendly hospitality, unique culture and strong sense of community.”

The iconic chain is renowned for its Timbits doughnut holes that come in a variety of flavors. Additionally, Timmies serves specialty coffee drinks, an array of doughnut recipes, and breakfast sandwiches served all day.


“Houston is our home. This meant assuring we partnered with a brand that aligned with our values, which is why we’re so excited to bring the Tim Hortons experience to our city,” CSM Group CEO Ali Lakhany added.

“We couldn’t be more excited to bring Tims to Houston, and we’ll soon look to expand into surrounding metropolitan cities.”

The company recently teamed up with fellow Canadian and hockey enthusiast, Justin Bieber, for a special menu item dubbed “Timbiebs Timbits”.

The franchise has yet to announce official locations for its outposts in Houston, but plans to offer dine-in, drive-thru, and in some cases, double drive-throughs.

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