Plano is getting ready to welcome Fizz, a new all-day bar and restaurant concept that begins with coffee service in the morning and transitions into a lounge with drinks and music. Slated to open in early summer, Fizz comes from Jeff Murtha, who’s behind Studio 80, the popular ‘80s club in Fort Worth. It features two full-service bars, one wrapping around the 3,500 square-foot interior and another located on the 1,200 square-foot patio. The patio has a retractable roof to take advantage of sunny days and protect guests from the rain, and during cooler months, fire pits provide cozy gathering spots.Continue reading
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Brunch is the most important meal of the day and it just got even better with Whiskey Cake Kitchen & Bar’s new line-up of seasonal brunch dishes and specially-curated cocktails!
Available every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., guests of the farm-to-fork kitchen and bar can start their morning off right with Whiskey Cake’s assortment of new scratch-made dishes starring the finest local spring ingredients. For the ultimate weekend brunch, guests can indulge in these delicious new items:Continue reading
Haywire and The Ranch are committed to sourcing fresh, local ingredients from Texas farmers, growers and ranchers, and spring brings new crops that offer a robust array of seasonal fruits, vegetables and herbs. Spring is also a popular season to enjoy fresh and light cocktails, which the brands highlight with their new brunch libations.Continue reading
Almost every culture has a variation on the meatball in its cuisine, but here in the United States, Italian immigrants created the orb most seen on the American table. Refined Hospitality Concepts (RHC) will celebrate the sphere when they bring Sfereco to Plano this summer. This will be the restaurant’s fourth location after Downtown Dallas, Lewisville, and the River Walk in Flower Mound.Continue reading
Passover is just around the corner and begins on April 15, and for North Texas Jewish families, that means gefilte fish. While younger generations only know the processed product from companies like Manischewitz, older generations remember great gefilte fish (either in balls or loaves) made by their grandmothers. Following a recipe passed down through family, the team at Sea Breeze Fish Market & Grill in Plano is making amazing gefilte fish for Passover this year.
Sea Breeze gefilte fish will be sold in 3-ounce portions for $4.50 each.
Guests should preorder by Friday, April 8 to guarantee availability. The gefilte fish will be available in-store for pick up April 14-16, so guests can enjoy it at home for their Seder dinner. The family recipe used at Sea Breeze will be prepared using predominantly Lake Superior whitefish and walleye pike, with other seasonal fresh fish added. Guests who wish to order fish to prepare their own gefilte at home should also preorder to guarantee availability.Continue reading