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NOWOPEN 1 Bavette Grill began serving American fare for dine-in patrons July 23 at Granite Park, 8100 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 115, Plano. The restaurant also oers a full bar, wine and cocktails with names inspired by ‘80s music. Bavette Grill owners David Jeiel and Alex Nunes also own Brazil- ian EG Steak in Frisco. 469-287-2043. www.bavettegrill.com 2 Dosanko Ramen opened in mid-Sep- tember in Mitsuwa Marketplace. The restaurant serves a variety of ramen dish- es, including white miso ramen and soy sauce ramen. The menu also includes side dishes, such as pork fried rice and gyoza. The restaurant is located at 100 Legacy Drive, Ste. 110, Plano. 972-517-9144 3 Mac’s Boba Cafe opened in ear- ly August at 8420 Preston Road, Ste. 177, Plano, according to its Facebook page. The business oers a vari- ety of bubble teas. 469-294-0333. www.facebook.com/macsbobacafe 4 Rise Nation opened Oct. 5 at The Shops at Legacy, 7300 Lone Star Drive,
Ste. C103, Plano. The business spe- cializes in 30-minute, high-intensity climbing workouts. Rise Nation also has a location in Dallas. 469-298-0040. www.rise-nation.com 5 Scrambler Cafe opened for breakfast and brunch Oct. 7. The restaurant, located at 7000 Independence Parkway, Ste. 104B, Plano, specializes in classic American dishes with a modern twist. Breakfast options, such as corned beef hash, biscuits and gravy, and the namesake “scramblers,” with Tuscan, Western and Garden options, appear on the menu. The brunch menu includes sandwiches, paninis, burgers and country-style favorites, such as chicken-fried steak and chicken-fried chicken. 469-298-0313. www.facebook.com/scramblercafetx COMING SOON 6 Boomer Jack’s Grill & Bar will likely open in early 2021 at 5430 SH 121, Plano, according to a company representative. The business, which has locations across Dallas-Fort Worth, oers American
food and beverages in a setting primed for game watchers with wall-to-wall televisions and backyard-style patios. www.boomerjacks.com 7 Brasão Brazilian Steakhouse expects to open in the spring in The Shops at Leg- acy at 5741 Legacy Drive, Ste. 100, Plano. The steakhouse specializes in authentic, Rodizio-style dining for lunch and dinner. The menu consists of meat dishes that are slow-roasted over an open re. The restaurant will also be available for pri- vate events. www.brasaousa.com 8 Delucca Gaucho Pizza & Wine will open in mid-October at 8420 Preston Road, Ste. 100, Plano. The neighborhood pizzeria uses wood-red ovens to make its pizza. It also oers an extensive wine, beer and cocktail list. Delucca has three other locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. 469-888-4747. www.delucca.com 9 Protocol expects to open an upscale men’s resale store by the early Novem- ber at 6405 W. Parker Road, Ste. 320, Plano. The family-owned store will feature men’s designer clothing at resale prices. Updates on the store’s open-
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ing date as well as options for online shopping before the store opening can be found on Protocol’s Facebook and Instagram pages. It will take over the space formerly occupied by Kid to Kid.
10 Elite Educational Institute moved to a new location at 5345 Towne Square Drive., Ste. 250, Plano, on Oct. 1. The business oers test prep, tutoring, college consulting, for-credit courses and extracurriculars. 972-306-3200. www.eliteprep.com/plano
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