Tiki Loco is the newest of the growing number of restaurants to open in the recently revitalized Deep Ellum. Oliver Peck, owner of Elm Street Tattoo and judge on Paramount Network’s show Ink Master, created this concept that combines counter-service vegan eats with the first franchise of local coffee chain White Rock Coffee. Drawing from over two decades of experience in the neighborhood, Oliver and his partner Dean Williams saw a need for fast, healthy food options and high quality coffee to serve the area. Tiki Loco has been designed from its inception to offer ample choices of grab and go items for the health conscious in Deep Ellum. In addition to White Rock Coffee’s full assortment of beverages and packaged goods, Tiki Loco offers vegan tacos, smoothies, fresh pressed juice, and hawaiian shave ice. Coffee service begins early to serve morning commuters, the nine to five crowd, or any other “early risers.” The kitchen opens shortly thereafter to serve a late breakfast, lunch, or until late night for those out enjoying drinks or live music in the neighborhood. There is free customer WiFi and seating available for those that need a few minutes away from the rush of downtown, but the space is designed for efficiency so guests get what they need and jump back into the action of Deep Ellum.