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Shakertins Plano Launches Brunch

Shakertins recently-opened location at the Shops at Legacy in Plano has quickly established itself as a neighborhood go-to for daily drink specials, solid bar food and friendly service. Now, it’s giving patrons another reason to visit: brunch.

Available every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the brunch menu is loaded with mid-morning favorites, including breakfast tacos, fresh biscuits and French toast, plus $7 Bloody Marys and $5 Mimosas—there’s even a Mimosa Tower loaded with 2.5 liters of Champagne and OJ. So, it has everything you need to recover from the night before, or just to start your day off right. While you eat, DJ Flip Millionz will spin tracks from noon until 4 p.m., so stick around for a fun and festive afternoon to soak up every last hour of the weekend.

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Shakertins Announces 3rd Location at The Shops at Legacy

With successful locations in Allen and The Colony, Shakertins has found a loyal following of customers who appreciate its fun-loving atmosphere, friendly service, tasty drinks and fun bar food. Now, it’s bringing that tried-and-true concept to The Shops at Legacy North.

Shakertins is taking over the old Twisted Root space at the northeast corner of Legacy and the Dallas North Tollway. The 3,500-square-foot interior is complemented by an additional 1,000 square-foot patio, with dual garage doors creating a breezy indoor/outdoor feel. A separate space can accommodate 15-20 people for corporate meetings and private events—it’s wired for A/V presentations—and will function as a VIP lounge at night.

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New Fast Casual Experience – Buttercup: Chicken Tenders

FB Society (Formerly Front Burner) has opened Buttercup in Legacy Hall. Buttercup uses the iconic chicken tender to take diners on a global expedition of Japanese, Thai and other unexpected flavors at its grand opening at Legacy Hall. Imagine tender bites of chicken are served “fancy” with a side of sauce, tossed, or in a cup or cone.

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Plano-based Cici’s Pizza files Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Childhood favorite Cici’s Pizza announced Monday it will file for bankruptcy.

The company, based in Plano, cited declining in-store sales due to COVID-19 and getting left behind in a world filled with dining-to-go and app-based food delivery services.

“This trend poses significant challenges to Cici’s all-you-can-eat buffet model, which depends on in-store dining for approximately 99% of its revenue,” the company said in a filing.

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Hot Chicks Flies Into Plano

The inclusive fast-casual restaurant that uniquely offers Halal, dairy and peanut free chicken is “coming in hot” to Plano on Monday, December 14th. To celebrate its soft opening, Hot Chicks will be giving away free meals to the first 25 customers on opening day. Additionally, the restaurant will celebrate a grand opening in early 2021 with a chance to win a trip to Nashville.

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Hot Chicks Nashville Hot Chicken Prepares to Bring its Texas Twist on Hot Chicken to Plano

After much anticipation, Hot Chicks Nashville Hot Chicken is set to open their doors to the Plano community in early December. Located at 1885 Dallas Pkwy #300, the emerging fast-casual restaurant will offer scratch-made, Halal, dairy-free, peanut free hot chicken with heat levels varying from none to “Hot AF.” Hot Chicks will only use fresh ingredients.

Crinkle Cut Fries will be hand cut daily, pickles, Cole slaw and all sauces will be made in house and of course, the chicken is fresh, not frozen. Bread will be baked and delivered daily from a local artisan bakery. The chicken is Halal, dairy and peanut free in hopes of being more inclusive. The menu also boasts a grilled hot chicken option for the health-conscious and gluten-free consumer.

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