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Dough Dallas Closing Tonight, Opening in Plano

doughby Steven Doyle

One of our very favorite pizzerias is closing its door after tonight, and not due to any horrific market turn or extreme lease hikes. Dough will be moving their operations to Plano into a smaller footprint to match a similar set up as the new San Antonio location opening soon near the historic Alamo.  Continue reading

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ZaLat Offering A Unique Pizza To Celebrate 420 Day

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What began as a tradition to celebrate the unofficial celebration of every stoner’s favorite holiday, 420 Day, is marked each year with a specially designed pizza at the hot late night spot ZaLat, which currently has four locations across Dallas and Plano. These limited-edition pies are made with unusual twists that offer a smile and unique taste sensations.   Continue reading

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Plano ArtFest April 22, 23

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The paintings – and the plays – are the thing this spring in Plano’s Downtown Arts District as the city’s popular Artfest returns, April 22 and 23.

This year, the Saturday night Artfest experience will be geared towards a more contemporary art crowd. It will include art installations curated by Dallas artist Joshua King from the AURORA festival, food trucks, an Artisan Lounge presented by Artisan Vapor Company, and a concert held on the Hub Streat Stage in McCall Plaza featuring local bands and regional headliner Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears, a band known for their garage/ punk/ soul sound.  Begins at 5 p.m. in Haggard Park.   Continue reading

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Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House Opening in Legacy West May 3rd

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Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group announced the opening date for its next Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House. The 14,000 square foot, two-story restaurant will open to the public on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, at Legacy West in Plano as part of the luxury, prime, mixed-use development, including retail and restaurants, hotels, offices, apartments, and condominiums. This will mark the first time Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group has opened a Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House in Plano and Collin County. This will be the third location in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.   Continue reading

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Shake Shack Opens Second Dallas Area Location

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Shake Shack is one of the first restaurants to open in the mixed-used Legacy West development, a modern neighborhood destination lined with retail, dining, residential, hotels and offices. Not only is Shake Shack one of the first eateries to open at the much-anticipated development, the Plano Shack will also roll out with the Shack App, allowing guests to order their favorite Shack from their iPhone.   Continue reading

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Celebrate Sea Breeze Market and Grill’s 10th Anniversary

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For small local restaurants, reaching major milestones such as ten years in business is unusual.  Fishmonger and owner of Sea Breeze Fish Market & Grill Rick Oruch feels especially gratified as his seafood restaurant celebrates ten years with two weeks of special offers and an in-house party on Monday, April 17.  Continue reading

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Dugg Burger Featuring Even More Options

dugg2by Constance Hernandez

“Have It Your Way.” That slogan grills up memories of low-def TV commercials and soft cardboard crowns I used to fight over with my little sister. But in the foodie era of 2017, that tactic is obligatory on a menu. Holding down a smidgen of un-decidedly un-prime real estate in a small shopping center at the corner of West Park and Ohio Drive is Dugg Burger. I know; West Plano needed another burger joint. But hold the groans and unroll those eyes, because what West Plano didn’t have was a charming little spot that is just as enticing to the foodie set as it is to families. And that, burger buffs, is where Dugg Burger lets you ‘have it your way.’

I don’t know if it was because I was snapping pics in the parking lot like a crime scene technician, or maybe he just always greets his customers with a hearty “Hello, welcome to Dugg Burger!” but Head of Operations guru Greg Watson immediately put a smile on my face and a twinge in my appetite. His sincere, concentrated southern demeanor almost clashed against the industrial-chic, alt-rock vibe that Dugg Burger emits. Once I got over the predictable let down that he was A Greg, and not The Doug, it wasn’t ‘charred’ to love this place.  Continue reading

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