Toll House

Toll House

Former Dallas Cowboys defensive back Charlie Williams and his wife, Sharonda Williams, are opening their first Nestle Toll House Café by Chip franchised location near the University of Texas at Arlington.

Set to open in the College Park Center on Tuesday, Nov. 5, the café will include classic cookies, Button Brownies, Little Bits of Trouble, Double Trouble, a Cup of Mini Chocolate Chip Cookies, muffins and cupcakes – along with fountain beverages and ice cream sandwiches.

“My wife served 25 years in the corporate world, but she recently decided it was time to get out of that space, so we looked into franchising,” said Franchisee Charlie Williams. “Sharonda stopped in a Nestlé® Toll House® Café by Chip® location and fell in love with the cookies. We knew immediately that we wanted to own a location. We’re really excited to be café owners and we are looking forward to giving fans premium treats while they enjoy a game!”

This is the Williams’ first Nestlé® Toll House Café by Chip location, and the duo will open their second down the road at the Shops at Broad in Mansfield in late November.

The new premier café will mark Nestlé Toll House Café by Chip’s 14th location in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, the 35th in Texas and 122nd system-wide.

The premium dessert destination concept is built around one of the world's most recognized food brands – Nestlé. For more information about Nestlé Toll House Café by Chip, visit NestleCafe.com

Chosen in the third round (95th overall) of the 1995 NFL Draft by the Cowboys, Williams played for the team from 1995-2000, earning a ring for playing in Super Bowl 30. 

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