Industry News | January 15, 2014

Nestle Toll House Unveils New Upgraded Design

The relocated Nestlé Toll House Café by Chip at Farmington’s Animas Valley Mall is one of the first in the country to feature soft seating and an upgraded kiosk design that showcases the brand’s product offerings in a more efficient and attractive manner. The popular café is moving on January 15 to the center court of the mall, near Dillard’s, Kay Jewelers, and Claire’s.

 

Brigette Cook, who has owned the local franchise since 2007, is excited about her new and improved café.

 

“I’m very pleased with our new location, and the new café is design is really gorgeous,” says Cook, who, along with her parents, also owns the Nestle Toll House Café in Durango Mall. “I know our customers will appreciate the more comfortable seating and attractive displays, and we’re also introducing Nescafe Milano premium coffee and delicious Crepes. Of course, we haven’t changed a thing about our world-famous cookies, so come on out and let us serve you a scrumptious meal or dessert with a warm and welcoming smile.”

 

The dessert concept is built around one of the world's most powerful food names – Nestle. It’s a place to relax, bring back a flood of childhood memories, and dare to explore the confections baked fresh throughout the day. Along with its Nestlé Toll House cookies and cookie cakes, the café serves brownies, muffins, smoothies, Nescafé Milano premium coffee, and newly introduced Crepes for lunch.

 

“I’m looking forward to attending the opening with Brigette to help usher in our new café design concept,” says Shawnon Bellah, senior vice president of international operations for Nestle Toll House Cafe. “Brigette has been an exemplary franchisee for many years, and she deserves to have a state-of-the-art café.”

 

The Animas Valley location is one of 18 Nestle Toll House Cafes planned as part of a long-term master lease signed in October 2013 with Rouse Properties Inc.