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new information before City Council as early as February, she said. The Neighborhood Services Department investigated the issue in a detailed 2018 hous- ing trends report conducted by Denver-based consulting rm Economic and Planning Systems. The median Plano home price doubled between 2001 and 2017, while the city’s median household income grew by only 33% in that time, according to the report. “It wasn’t intended to be an aordable housing study,”

Plano ocials are closely watching a growing reality: Most homes in the city that hit the market simply are not aordable for the typical resident. The city has been exploring this issue in detail in recent years as the number of resi- dents burdened by their home costs has risen across income groups, Director of Neighbor- hood Services Lori Schwarz said. Plano sta members have been researching various options and planning to bring

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ANNIVERSARIES 10 Saraiya PLLC celebrated 10 years of business in late 2019 at 7160 Preston Road, Ste. 100, Plano. The attorney’s office deals with business and estate planning law. 469-277-3400. www.saraiyapllc.com RENOVATIONS 11 High Point Tennis Center is under construction at 421 W. Spring Creek Park- way, Plano. Its first phase includes the creation of a new pro shop. It is expected to open late this summer. In the next phase, the old pro shop will be demol- ished, and a tennis court will take its place. The project also includes updated fencing, windscreens, walkways, court resurfacing and a refresh of the children’s playground area. The center remains open throughout construction. 972-941-7170. www.highpointtennis.com IN THE NEWS 12 The new Plano Police Substation is expected to open in late April or early May at the northwest intersection of McDermott Road and Robinson Road. The 23,000-square-foot facility will house quartermaster staff, the traffic division and patrol officers assigned to the westernmost patrol center, according to the city. The facility will provide citizen services during business hours and will include a police training room on the second floor that is available as a meeting space to the public. 972-941-2410. www.plano.gov/214/police

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NOWOPEN 1 The Yellow Chilli opened Dec. 31 at The Shops at Legacy. The Indian restau- rant offers menu items from master chef Sanjeev Kapoor and includes various dishes, such as spinach kaftas stuffed with cottage cheese; chicken gravy and more. The new restaurant is The Yellow Chilli’s first Texas location and is set at 5700 Leg- acy Drive, Ste. A9, Plano. 469-626-0419. www.theyellowchilli.com 2 KidStrongWest Plano opened Jan. 10 at 6101 Windhaven Parkway, Plano. The science-based training program for kids focuses on brain, physical and charac- ter development. The Plano location will be the company’s seventh location; KidStrong also has locations in neighbor- ing Frisco and McKinney. 469-991-6101. www.kidstrong.com/westplano 3 Uncle Zhou opened its restaurant Jan. 6 at 8200 Preston Road, Ste. 110, Plano. The Chinese Henan restaurant moved to Plano from New York City. The restaurant sells Henan hand-pulled noodles, dragon beard noodles and other traditional dish- es. 469-929-6622. www.unclezhou.com

COMING SOON 4 NeoWell expects to open by the end of January at 8200 Preston Road, Ste. 100, Plano. The health and wellness business gives people access to a la carte health programs and treatments, including nutritional IVs, stem cell therapy, nutritional education, compre- hensive blood testing, allergy testing and skin care. These are given under the supervision of a medical doctor, but the business operates under a nontradition- al medical model. 972-746-8887. www.neowell.com 5 Panera Bread has confirmed that a new bakery and cafe will be located at 6280 Tennyson Parkway, Plano. Construc- tion may begin as early as February, ac- cording to documentation with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. Panera has two other locations in Plano. 855-372-6372. www.panerabread.com 6 Tecovas plans to open a store by the end of March at 7601 Windrose Ave., Ste. F110, Plano. The boot company is Aus- tin-based and sells men’s and women’s boots, bags, wallets and accessories. Te- covas has stores across Texas, including

a nearby store in Dallas. 833-832-6827. www.tecovas.com 7 Beerhead Bar & Eatery is aiming to open its first Texas location in May at 5805 Preston Road, Plano. Beerhead sells hundreds of American craft beers and spirits as well as selections from around the world. The bar and eatery will also serve brunch, lunch and dinner. 8 Transamerica is expected to relocate in May from its Plano Parkway office to a new Legacy Central space at 6600 Chase Oaks Blvd., Ste. 140, Plano. The compa- ny offers investment and life insurance services. Employees will move from their current location at 2700 W. Plano Park- way, Plano. 1-800-797-2643. www.transamerica.com 9 City Bank expects to relocate its Pla- no branch March 30 to 7500 Dallas Park- way, Ste. 100, Plano. The bank’s current offices will cease services after business hours end March 27 at 7800 Preston Road, Ste. 201, Plano. 972-491-1300. www.city.bank/locations/plano www.beerheadbar.com RELOCATIONS

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Eating Recovery Center expects to open Jan. 21 at 5120 Legacy Drive, Plano, as of this paper’s nal date. The more-than-100,000-square-foot center will be the company’s largest in Texas, with 72 beds. It will be open 24 hours a day and will oer inpatient, residential and intensive outpatient levels of care, as well as partial hospitalization for children, adolescents and adults suering from eating disorders, such as anorexia, bulimia, avoidant restrictive food intake disorder and co-occurring conditions. This location is being built because of a need seen in Texas and the Plano area, according to the company, whose current Eating Recovery Center facility is located on the Plano Baylor Scott & White Medical Center campus. “This new treatment center more than 13 Qualtrics expects to open a new 40,000-square-foot office this spring at 6105 Tennyson Parkway, Plano. When the office opens, it will create 200 new tech jobs in the area, according to the company. 1-800-340-9194. www.qualtrics.com CLOSINGS 14 At Home with Shanel will be closing its Plano location Feb. 29 at 1717 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Ste. 192, Plano. The home decor and craft business will be expanding its location in McKinney at the 540 Mercantile in order to work entirely out of one space, according to 15 Oil & Vinegar will close March 1 in The Shops at Legacy at 7140 Bishop Road, Plano. The store offers a variety of oils, vinegar, spices and herbs, among other cooking supplies. 972-312-9162. www.oilvinegar.com 16 Taco Diner closed its Plano location Dec. 30 at The Shops at Legacy, 7201 Bishop Road, Ste. E4, Plano. The restau- rant, which has locations in Dallas and Fort Worth, is known for its authentic Mexican street tacos. Taco Diner recently closed its Richardson location as well. www.tacodiner.com the owner. 469-443-6804. www.athomewithshanel.com

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NOWOPEN 1 Maple Bacon opened Dec. 13 at 6009 W. Parker Road, Plano. The restaurant is run by owner Debra Delaurier—a Red and Gold Sealed Chef who has been featured on the Canadian Food Network—and Alyssa Angelini. The Canadian restau- rant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner, including specialty chicken and waffles, poutine and burgers. 469-969-1400. www.maplebaconrestaurant.com 2 Milaana Dance opened in October at 2963 W. 15th St., Ste. 2973. The Bolly- wood studio offers classes for kids age 4 and up and adults with a goal of foster- ing creativity, culture and connections through South Asian dance. Students from Milaana showcase Bollywood dance throughout Dallas-Fort Worth. The dance company also has a location in Coppell. 972-370-3460. www.milaanadance.com 3 The Joyful Hanger opened Nov. 29 at 6505 W. Park Blvd., Ste. 105, Plano. The clothing boutique offers sizes ranging from small to 3XL. The Joyful Hanger also sells accessories, shoes and home decor. The store has been an online re-

7 The Orchards at Market Plaza ex- pects to start moving residents in by mid- 2020 at 3640 Mapleshade Lane, Plano. The community for adults age 55 and over offers one- and two-bedroom apartments. Community amenities include a bistro lounge, a joint salon and spa, and a game room. 682-718-6055. www.orchardsmarketplaza.com 8 Plaza Thrift Store expects to open a Plano location in March or late spring at 3115 W. Parker Road. The company cur- rently has a location in McKinney, where it sells thrift and consignment clothing. 972-529-0906. www.facebook.com/ pages/Plaza-Thrift/225801137489296 9 Velvet Taco expects to open its second Plano location by mid-2020 at 5013 W. Park Blvd., where Steve Fields Steak and Lobster Lounge used to stand. The location will offer standard Velvet Taco menu items, including its more than 20 taco varieties and various sides. Velvet Taco’s first Plano location is at Legacy Food Hall. Steve Fields closed Sept. 1 after being open for more 14 years and has since been torn down. www.velvettaco.com 10 Cinepolis plans to open its new 10-screen movie theater in May or June at

The Shops at Willow Bend, 6121 W. Park Blvd., Plano. The theater will offer guests fully reclining seats and in-theater food and drink service. www.cinepolisusa.com RELOCATIONS 11 The Collin County Tax Assessor-Col- lector office in Plano expects to relocate Feb. 11 to 900 E. Park Blvd., Ste. 100. The county office is one of three in Collin County, with offices in neighboring McKinney and Frisco. The new location is down the street from its location at 920 E. Park Blvd. 972-881-3014. www.collincountytx.gov/tax_assessor ANNIVERSARIES 12 Rover Dramawerks is celebrating its 20th year and season with a showing of seven audience favorites, including three shows from past seasons and a new-to-the-theater Sherlock Holmes adventure. Rover is the longest-producing small professional theater company in Plano, according to the group. The Rover Dramawerks Theater is located at 221 W. Parker Road, Ste. 580. 972-849-0358. www.roverdramawerks.com

tailer since March 2018. 469-590-8254. www.thejoyfulhanger.com 4 ER Near Me opened a Plano location Dec. 23 at 1905 Preston Road. The 24- hour care center offers care for general conditions, injuries, extended care and respiratory conditions. ER Near Me also has a pharmacy and radiology services. 469-596-7561. www.ernearmetx.com 5 As of this paper’s print deadline, 151 Coffee expects to open Jan. 24 at 1151 Preston Road, Plano. The drive-thru coffee and energy drink business is plan- ning at least six other new North Texas openings in the coming year, including one in Far North Dallas. 682-325-2124. www.151coffee.com COMING SOON 6 The Little Gym of Plano is relocating in February to 5813 Preston Road. The gym will be a brand-new facility and will offer the same classes as its 1941 Pres- ton Road location. The gym is going into the space where Texadelphia used to be. 972-985-4545. www.thelittlegym.com/planotx

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IN THE NEWS 13 Ambit Energy will be terminating 50 positions by mid-February at its Plano Call Center & Sales Support Office at 1600 W. Plano Parkway. The workforce reductions are a direct result of the company’s recent acquisition by Vistra Energy Corp. and a restructuring of the newly combined com- pany, according to the company’s notice of employee losses. Vistra officially acquired Ambit Energy on Nov. 1. 214-812-8322. www.vistraenergy.com CLOSINGS 14 Indigo expects to close its location in January at 6121 W. Park Blvd., Plano. The holiday and home decor store sold Christ- mas decorations and everyday products. Indigo’s owners had hoped to continue its

stay after beginning as a pop-up store at The Shops at Willow Bend. 972-632-7357. www.shopwillowbend.com 15 Trio Trendy Threads closed its popup shop in October at 6121 W. Park Blvd., Ste. D115, Plano. The boutique clothing business continues to operate as an online store, where it sells sustainably sourced women’s and children’s clothing. www.triotrendythreads.com 16 Razzoo’s Cajun Cafe closed its Plano location in early December at 3904 Dallas Parkway, Plano. The restaurant chain serves a variety of Cajun food and seafood, including etouffee and stuffed shrimp. The closing is not related to any other Razzoo location closings, according to the business. Razzoo’s has locations across Texas, including a location in McK- inney. 972-233-6262. www.razzoos.com

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TO CHECKOUT IN 2020 Annual events Here are a few of the most prominent events to look out for this year. MARCH 2021: Toyota Texas Music Revolution A two-day music event presented by KHYI at Oak Point Amphitheater, 2801 E. Spring Creek Parkway. APRIL 2526: ArtFest A festival that celebrates local artists in the Downtown Arts District. MAY 02: AsiaFest 2020 An annual Asian American heritage festival at Haggard Park, 901 E. 15th St. JULY 04: All-American Fourth A reworks show choreographed to music at Oak Point Park, 2801 E. Spring Creek Parkway. SEPTEMBER 1820: Plano Central Market Balloon Festival & Run Two days of hot air balloon entertainment and activities at Oak Point Park, 2801 E. Spring Creek Parkway. OCTOBER 10: Plano International Festival Tour the world with an international culture and food event at Haggard Park, 901 E. 15th St. NOVEMBER 1215: ‘Neath the Wreath A holiday gift market to benet the Junior League of Collin County at the Plano Event Center, 2000 E. Spring Creek Parkway. DECEMBER TBD: Dickens An annual holiday event with a Victorian twist at various locations in downtown Plano.

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This year’s Plano Chamber of Commerce First Quarterly Luncheon will be paired with the State of the City address from Mayor Harry LaRosiliere at the Hilton in Granite Park. The luncheon will include highlights of the year from chamber leadership. The 2019 board chair, LaMonte Thomas, will pass the gavel to Lissa Smith for 2020. Following the passing of the gavel, the State of the City address will cover topics of “Excellence Through Innovation: Reinvesting for Plano 4.0.” 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. $60-$1,000. 5805 Granite Parkway, Plano. 972-424-7547. http://members.planochamber.org/events (Gavin Pugh/Community Impact Newspaper)

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The 2020 Chinese New Year celebration will include a 10-course dinner, a lion dance, door prizes, giveaways and auctions. This event is hosted by the DFW Singapore Club and takes place at JS Chen Dimsum & Restaurant. 6-8:30 p.m. $33 (members), $45 (guests), $15 (member child), $18 (guest child). 240 Legacy Drive, Ste. 118, Plano. 817-935-8008. https://www.facebook.com/events/619199431952563/ (Photo courtesy DFW Singapore Club)

FEBRUARY 08 HEARTBEATS HEALTH FAIR The fair will oer free Living for Zachary youth heart screenings; free health tests and prizes; and family-friendly educational activities. Living for Zachary Heart Screening is a program created by Baylor Scott & White The Heart Hospital Plano to help youths between the ages of 12 and 22 detect heart abnormalities that could potentially lead to sudden cardiac arrest. The noninvasive screening includes an electrocardiogram, a limited screening echocardiogram, a blood pressure screening, an AHA-recommended SCA Risk Health Questionnaire and a review and interpretation by a board-certied cardiologist. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Free. 1100 Allied Drive, Plano. 972-478-5959. www.livingforzachary.org/events/

Amphitheater. The courses will be on paved trails with minimal elevation gain or loss. Participants will have access to food, beer and music by the start and nish line. Entries can be made on the day of the race. 6 a.m.-noon. $50 (5K), $70 (10K), $95 (half-marathon). 2801 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano. www.ultraexpeditions.com/ the-plano-half-marathon 30 LEAP FORWARDWITH PSO The Plano Symphony Orchestra’s annual fundraising event, Leap Forward with PSO, will feature a program called “Big Band, Sinatra, & You.” The evening will have dinner, a silent auction, dancing to the sounds of jazz and Frank Sinatra and an afterparty called “Bourbon and Bubbles” at the Legacy Town Center. Tickets and sponsorship go toward the symphony’s educational and community programs as well as its concerts. 6 p.m. Tickets begin at $175 (before Feb. 2) and $225 (Feb. 3 and on). 7121 Bishop Road, Plano. 972-473-7262. www.planosymphony.org/event

cocktails, a gourmet sit-down dinner, dancing with live music from the Jordan Kahn Music Co., rae prizes, and a silent and large-ticket auction. The event is Plano ISD Education Foundation’s largest fundraiser and has taken place for more than 20 years. 6-10 p.m. Tickets begin at

$175. 7121 Bishop Road, Plano. 469-752-8272. www.pisd.edu/ domain/1154 15 THROUGH 16 PLUS ULTRA EXPO

The two-day event will focus on “My Hero Academia.” Those who attend will have the chance to meet characters’ voice actors and sit in on fan-led panels. There will also be artist and vendor booths, performances and opportunities to dress in cosplay. Tickets begin at $15. 2000 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano. www.plusultraexpo.com 15 THE PLANOHALFMARATHON The running event includes a 5K, 10K and half-marathon race that will start and nish near the Oak Point

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GUIDE

Candidates and information for the March primaries Candi ates and information for the March primaries

WHERE TO VOTE

Important dates

Where can I vote?: Voters in Collin County can vote at any vote center on election day and at any vote center open for early voting.

GUIDE ELECTION Primary 2020 COMPILED BY DANIEL HOUSTON

Feb. 18: rst day of early voting Feb. 21: last day to apply for early voting by mail Feb. 28: last day of early voting March 3: primary election day Voters can vote in the Republican or Democratic primary, but not both.

For a full list of vote centers in Collin County, visit the county website at www.collincountytx.gov/elections.

Plano voters in Denton County can learn more at www.votedenton.com.

Follow along for election night coverage at communityimpact.com.

Visit communityimpact.com to see a full list and map of where to vote during early voting and on election day.

SAMPLE BALLOT

D: Democrat

R: Republican

*Incumbent

R: Candace Noble* State representative, District 106

R: Ryan Sitton* R: James “Jim” Wright LOCAL State senator, District 12 D: Randy Daniels D: Shadi Zitoon R: Jane Nelson* State representative, District 66 D: Sharon Hirsch D: Aimee Garza Lopez R: Matt Shaheen* State representative, District 67 D: Tom Adair D: Rocio Gosewehr Hernandez

Below are the contested primaries for a number of federal, state and local races that will be on the ballot in Plano. Some Republican or Democratic primary races with one or fewer candidates are not listed. Some Denton County races are also not included. For a complete list of candidates, visit the Texas secretary of state oce’s website: sos.texas.gov.

STATEWIDE U.S. senators D: Chris Bell D: Michael Cooper

R: Jared Patterson* R: James Trombley

D: Amanda K. Edwards D: Jack Daniel Foster Jr. D: Annie “Mama” Garcia D: Victor Hugo Harris D: Mary “MJ” Hegar D: Sema Hernandez D: D.R. Hunter D: Adrian Ocegueda D: Cristina Tzintzun Ramirez D: Royce West R: Virgil Bierschwale R: John Anthony Castro R: John Cornyn* R: Dwayne Stovall R: Mark Yancey Railroad commissioner D: Roberto Alonzo D: Chrysta Castañeda D: Kelly Stone D: Mark Watson

D: Jennifer Skidonenko Tax assessor-collector D: John Turner-McClelland R: Scott Grigg R: Kenneth L. Maun* Commissioner, Precinct 1 D: Courtney Brooks D: Carol Scarborough R: Susan Fletcher* Judge, 380th district

D: Marianne Williamson D: Andrew Yang R: Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente Guerra** R: Bob Ely R: Zoltan G. Istvan R: Matthew John Matern R: Donald J. Trump* R: Joe Walsh R: Bill Weld U.S. representative, District 3 D: Tanner Do D: Sean McCaty

FEDERAL U.S. president

D: Michael Bennet D: Joseph R. Biden D: Michael R. Bloomberg D: Cory Booker D: Pete Buttigieg D: Julian Castro D: Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente** D: John K. Delaney

D: Penny Robe R: Ben Smith* R: Melvin Thathiah Judge, 401st district D: Tonya Holt R: George Flint R: Sarah Fox R: Brook Fulks

D: Anthony Lo D: Jenna Royal D: Lorenzo Sanchez R: Je Leach* State representative, District 89 D: Sugar Ray Ash D: Jon Cocks

D: Tulsi Gabbard D: Amy Klobuchar D: Deval Patrick D: Bernie Sanders D: Tom Steyer D: Elizabeth Warren D: Robby Wells

D: Lulu Seikaly R: Van Taylor*

**ROQUE “ROCKY” DE LA FUENTE, WHO IS RUNNING IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY, IS THE SON OF ROQUE “ROCKY” DE LA FUENTE GUERRA, WHO IS RUNNING IN THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY. * INCUMBENT

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ANNUAL COMMUNITYGUIDE

COMPILED BY LIESBETH POWERS

Plano G E T T I N G T O K N O W

Plano’s population grew by 4.9% from 2013 to 2018. An increase was also seen in the city’s median home value, which rose by $73,500 from 2013 to 2018. Plano residents' median annual income rose by roughly $9,637 in that span.

SOURCES: 2013, 2018 U.S. CENSUS BUREAU AMERICAN COMMUNITY SURVEY 5YEAR ESTIMATES, AMERICAN FACTFINDER POPULATION ESTIMATESCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER *AGE 25 AND OLDER

Haggard Park in downtown Plano is one of the city’s central gathering places. (Gavin Pugh/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Five-year change: +4.9%

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469-988-5258 www.gyu-kaku.com $$$ B H K 21 Hoja Bubble Tea and Asian Street Food 812 W. Spring Creek Parkway, Ste. 208 972-469-0973 www.hojateaandfood.com $ H 22 Kung Fu Noodle 2205 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 125 469-969-0200 www.kungfunoodle.net $ 23 Ninja Ramen 111 W. Spring Creek Parkway, Ste. 102 469-543-0989 www.ninjaramen.us $$ K 24 Sakura Cafe 1301 Custer Road, Ste. 400 469-366-9158 www.sakuracafeplano.com $$ H 25 TKS Chinese Cuisine 3829 W. Spring Creek Parkway, Ste. 105 469-304-0511 www.tkschinesecuisine.com $$ 26 Volcano Soon Tofu 2001 Coit Road, Ste. 300A 214-501-2878 $$ H K 27 Wave Bowl 8608 Preston Road, Ste. 11 214-308-9688 www.wavebowl.co $$ K 28 Yaki Seafood 2901 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 109 469-661-9888 $$ BREAKFAST 29 D’oh Nuts 3115 W. Parker Road, Ste. 535 972-998-0020 www.facebook.com/gogodohnuts $ B CAJUN 30 The Boiling Crab 1517 N. Central Expressway 972-769-5940 www.theboilingcrab.com $$$

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7 Pappas Delta Blues Smokehouse 3916 Dallas Parkway 972-378-9903 www.pappasdeltablues.com $$$ H K 8 Phil’s Philly Grill 6121 W. Park Blvd. 972-202-4134 www.philsphillygrill.com $ K 9 Red Truck Cafe 910 W. Parker Road, Ste. 101 972-996-5177 www.redtruckcafe.com $ B K 10 Shark Club Sports Bar & Grill 8451 Parkwood Blvd. 469-535-5200 www.sharkclub.com $$ B H 11 Tasty’s Chicken 705 W. Park Blvd. 469-209-9842 www.tastyschicken.com $ K

14 W. W. Fairelds Bar & Grill 2001 W. Spring Creek Parkway 214-440-2115 www.wwfairelds.com $ H 15 What’s Cluckin 6505 W. Park Blvd., Ste. 336 972-820-8200 www.whatscluckin.com $ 16 Woodtop Tavern Sports Bar & Grill 8408 Preston Road, Plano 214-763-7181 www.woodtoptavern.com $$ H ASIAN 17 Burning Rice 4701 W. Park Blvd., Ste. 110 469-931-2400 www.burningrice.com $$ K 18 ChongQing House 2901 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 109 469-661-9888 https://chongqing-house.business.site $$ 19 CM Chicken 2300 Midway Road, Ste. A 469-316-5651 www.cmchickens.com $ 20 Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ 8240 Preston Road

AMERICAN 1 Bellagreen 2408 Preston Road 972-975-9033 www.bellagreen.com $$ B K 2 CraftWay Kitchen 5809 Preston Road, Ste. 578 972-403-0555 www.craftwaykitchen.com $$$ B H K 3 Friend & Foe Board Game Cafe 2929 Custer Road, Ste. 312 469-443-0003 www.friendandfoebgc.com $ B H K 4 Good Union Urban BBQ 5880 SH 121, Ste. 103-1 972-485-1900 www.goodunionbbq.com $ B H K 5 Knife 6121 W. Park Blvd. 214-299-5943 www.knifeplano.com $$$ B H K 6 Manhattan Burger 700 W. Spring Creek Parkway, Ste. 106 469-573-6577 www.facebook.com/manhattanburgertx $$ K

EUROPEAN 31 Bonnie Ruth’s 2432 Preston Road, Ste. 340A 972-212-4339 www.bonnieruthsplano.com $$$ B H K INDIAN 32 Desi Ginger Indian Cuisine

12 The Original Chop Shop 2408 Preston Road, Ste. 704C 972-546-0462 www.originalchopshop.com $ B H K 13 Viridescent Kitchen 5760 SH 121, Ste. 140 214-297-2334 www.viridescentkitchen.com $$ B K

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33 Everest Indian & Himalayan Restau- rant & Grill 2300 McDermott Road 469-795-9300 www.everestplano.com $$ K 34 The Yellow Chilli 5700 Legacy Drive 469-626-0419 www.theyellowchilli.com $$ ITALIAN 35 Adriano’s Italian Restaurant 7801 Alma Drive, Ste. 127 469-626-0142 http://adrianositalianrestaurant.net $ K 36 Bella Italia Ristorante 3948 Legacy Drive, Ste. 105 469-969-0998 www.bellaitaliaristorante.com $$ K 37 Marco’s Pizza 2411 Coit Road, Ste. 110 469-782-9898 www.marcos.com $$ 38 Olivella’s Neo Pizza Napoletana 7300 Lone Star Drive, Ste. C125 972-403-0433 B Haskell &Worth 7800 Windrose Ave. 972-846-4255 www.legacyfoodhall.com $$ C Horu Sushi 7800 Windrose Ave. 972-846-4255 | www.horusushi.com $$

www.olivellas.com $$ H K 39 Zio Al’s 8608 Preston Road, Ste. 112 972-987-5577 www.zioals.com $$ 40 Ziti’s Italian Restaurant 3131 Custer Road 469-304-1547 www.zitisitalian.com $$ MEXICAN 41 El Patron Restaurant & Bar 2520 K Ave., Ste. 100 469-573-9715 www.elpatronplano.com $$ H K

42 Hali Boyz Mexican-American Grille 3309 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 360 972-212-4170 www.facebook.com/haliboyzmexicana- mericangrille $ H K

43 Lalo’s Fine Mexican Cuisine 6400 W. Plano Parkway, Ste. 100 214-501-2177 www.lalosmexicancuisine.com $$ B H K

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HOME GOODS 19 Healing Touch 6121 W. Park Blvd., Ste. D101 972-742-2500 www.healingtouchchairs.com 20 Lovesac 6121 W. Park Blvd., Ste. A105 469-685-1915 | www.lovesac.com JEWELRY 21 Spence Diamonds 7701 Windrose Ave., Ste. F180 214-473-4299 www.spencediamonds.com

6100 W. Park Blvd., Ste. 100B www.facebook.com/ honeyandbeautyplano 5 Stag Beard 6121 W. Park Blvd., Ste. B102 1-844-438-7824 | www.stagbeard.com CLOTHING 6 BootyQueen Apparel 6121 W. Park Blvd., Ste. B112 www.bootyqueenapparel.com 7 Grace Bridge Resale 1110 E. Parker Road 214-425-9423 | www.gracebridge.us 8 The Old Nocona Boot Factory 6121 W. Park Blvd., Ste. D105 972-202-4900 www.oldbootfactory.com 9 Y&I Clothing Boutique 5800 Legacy Drive, Ste. C2A 214-501-3330 | www.shopyandi.com DRINKSBAKERIES 10 Jamba 6100 W. Park Blvd., Ste. 100A 214-501-2119 | www.jamba.com 11 Milk Bubbles 7140 Bishop Road, Ste. F4 469-969-0579 | www.shopsatlegacy.com 12 SusieCakes 4909 W. Park Blvd., Ste. 110 469-423-2253 | www.susiecakes.com 13 Tea Town 2731 W. 15th St. 469-814-0061 www.facebook.com/teatownplano 14 The Buttery Cakery 3309 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 340 469-661-8992 www.butterycakery.com 15 Tocotoco Tea Plano 3801 W. President George Bush Turnpike, Ste. 116 469-367-5595 | https://tocotoco.us 16 Zip Code Media Cafe 3829 W. Spring Creek Parkway 707-682-9452 | www.zipcodemc.com GIFTS 17 Learning Express Toys of Plano 2412 Preston Road, Ste. 140 469-626-0020 www.learningexpress.com

OTHER RETAIL 22 LaneLove Paper Co. 6509 W. Park Blvd., Ste. 470 972-468-1023 www.lanelovepaperco.com 23 Mobility City 2961 McDermott Road, Ste. 200 469-778-7550 | www.mobilitycity.com 24 Nature’s Plate 8404 Preston Road, Ste. 226 214-430-7835 www.naturesplate.com 25 Pinch A Penny Pool Patio Spa 7200 Independence Parkway, Ste. 244 972-208-2999 www.pinchapenny.com SNACKSDESSERTS 26 Amorino Gelato 7770 Windrose Ave., Ste. G157 972-943-8534 www.amorino.com 27 Better Than Sex: ADessert Restaurant 1010 E. 15th St. | 469-925-5141 www.betterthansexdesserts.com 28 HA’ Paleteria 1601 K Ave. 469-298-0291 | www.hapaleteria.com

Texas Health is committed to getting you moving again. A network of joint specialists on the medical staff of Texas Health hospitals use advanced technology to diagnose orthopedic injuries, conditions and diseases. They then determine a care plan that’s right for you—from non-surgical to total joint rep l acement . Work i ng a l ongs i de them are experienced physical therapists and joint care coordinators, who help you kick joint pain to the curb and get you back to doing what you love.

Find a Texas Health Joint Specialist. 866-219-1182

29 Sugar Pine Creamery 6832 Coit Road, Ste. 270B 469-298-8864 www.sugarpinecreamery.com 30 The Gelato Cone 7140 Bishop Road, Ste. F1A 469-740-0362 www.thegelatocone.com 31 The Mallow Box 6121 W. Park Blvd. www.mallowbox.com This list is not comprehensive.

Doctors on the medical staffs practice independently and are not employees or agents of Texas Health hospitals or Texas Health Resources. © 2020

18 Read Between the Lines 7500 Windrose Ave., Ste. B160 972-943-8563 www.readbetweenthelines.com

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