Popular Texas bakery Czech Stop is making its festival outpost debut on October 20 and 21 at Steinfest, the Downtown Plano Arts District’s annual German food and culture event. This will be the first time in the shop’s 34 years to ever go outside West, Texas.
Located off I-35, Czech Stop has been serving kolaches to travelers and residents 24 hours a day, 365 days a year since it opened its’ doors in 1983. Over the years, Czech Stop has become a Texas road-trip destination and continues to be a fixture in West, a community with a proud Czech heritage.
“We have been proudly sharing the Czech spirit with our customers for many years,” said Barbara Schissler, president of Czech Stop. “And now, we are eager to share our beloved kolaches with the people of North Texas at Steinfest.”
Steinfest is a two-day festival that takes place in Downtown Plano’s historic arts district, and has been a community favorite since 2015. The event is filled with music, activities, food, bier, crafts, and fun, and this year it will be the exclusive location for the Czech Stop festival outpost.
“Downtown Plano is thrilled to be partnering with Czech Stop for Steinfest,” said Alex Hargis, Executive Director for the Historic Downtown Plano Association. “Their kolaches and everything that comes with them are the perfect addition to the festival.”
For more information on Steinfest and other events in the Downtown Plano Arts District, go to www.visitdowntownplano.com
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