Tag Archives: Where to Dine in Plano

First Look: CraftWay Kitchen

2019_SMARIE_CRAFTWAYKITCH-11.jpgby Constance Hernandez

There’s an old Greek adage that says “It is difficult to argue with the belly, as it has no ears.” Well the Greek author Plutarch must have patronized the new spot in West Plano’s Lakeside Market, CraftWay Kitchen. The former Ziziki’s Greek restaurant has been transformed into a beautiful modern rustic concept that is being described as “an elevated American bar” by COO Mike Hutchinson. Continue reading

Leave a comment

Filed under Constance Hernandez, Crave

New Faces at Plano’s Legacy Hall

HIPDL_Legacy Hall_credit Gensler_Garrett Rowland - 025.jpg

Legacy Hall will be adding two new restaurants and one bakery in the coming weeks.

Haskell & Worth, serving house-made Philly Cheesesteaks, will open on February 28. Shayna’s Place, a second North Texas location known for sandwiches, soups and salads, and SusieCakes, the popular all-American, home-style bakery, will open later this Spring. Continue reading

Leave a comment

Filed under Crave, Steven Doyle

Influencer culture comes to life Prim and Proper in Legacy West

o.jpgby Alex Gonzalez

Located inside the center of Legacy West’s new department store, Neighborhood Goods, Prim and Proper is a full service bar and restaurant offering retail shoppers drinks, sandwiches, salads, and other hors d’oeuvres as they take a break from stuffing their bags trendy fashions and accessories.

Neighborhood Goods itself is an innovative concept, bringing to life an array of brands that once only were available for purchase online. It’s very much what Instagram would be like if it had a storefront. The plates and drinks at Prim and Proper are also arranged and designed in an aesthetically pleasing, Instagram-ready fashion. Continue reading

Leave a comment

Filed under Alex Gonzalez, Crave

Bulla Gastrobar Introduces New Winter Fare


by Alex Gonzalez

Since opening in Legacy West in Plano this past February, Bulla Gastrobar has been providing suburban shoppers with authentic Spanish tapas. From refreshing sangrias to indulgent, warm paella, everything at Bulla encompasses the spices and flavors of Spain.

Earlier this month, Bulla Gastrobar added a few new winter items to their menu. As if their food wasn’t already to die for, Bulla’s new winter items make for great comfort food in the imminent cold weather. Continue reading

Leave a comment

Filed under Alex Gonzalez, Crave

Holy Grail Pub Expands, Adds New Menu


We have discussed this marvelous pub located in Plano for some years now, Holy Grail Pub. They serve many favorites, besides a great selection of beer and whiskey, including the absolute best monte cristo and bowl of red.

Chef Shimond Bradley, who re-joined the Holy Grail Pub in May 2018 after a seven year absence has elevated the menu with creative New American cuisine while improving the celebrated dishes that have earned the pub multiple accolades for best bar food in Dallas and Plano. After stints at Casa Rubia in Dallas and Flora and Secco in Richmond, VA, Bradley has returned to the Holy Grail Pub with extensive knowledge of gastronomic science and culinary presentation to create a menu of approachable, quality food. Continue reading

Leave a comment

Filed under Crave, Steven Doyle

Hookline Throwing Down Oyster Roast and Crawfish Boil May 19th

Roasted Oysters_Homegrown resized.jpg

Plano’s chef-driven Low Country dining destination, Hookline, is showing how deep its roots run with a special Oyster Roast and Crawfish Boil on Saturday, May 19, from 2 to 8 p.m. Jimmy B & The Zydeco Posse will provide the entertainment as guests enjoy drink specials, roasted oysters and a crawfish boil that is set to become a new favorite springtime dining tradition in Plano. Continue reading


Filed under Steven Doyle

First Look: The Biscuit Bar


by Alex Gonzalez

The Biscuit Bar celebrated its grand opening in Plano yesterday. It is the newest restaurant to join The Boardwalk in Granite Park.

Before entering The Biscuit Bar, customers can see an arrangement of silver, black and yellow tables and chairs, corresponding to the aesthetic of the inside of the restaurant. From the outside, customers can look through a window, in which they will see workers rolling and kneading dough, and baking hot, fresh biscuits.

Continue reading

Leave a comment

Filed under Alex Gonzalez