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As home values continue to climb, some residents in Plano and across the region are being priced out of the market, according to city ocials and local real estate experts. A housing trends study that has been updated annually since 2008 by Plano’s Neighborhood Services Department states that the average income of Plano residents has not kept pace with housing costs. Those earning an average wage can no lon- ger aord a medium-priced home in the city, according to the study. Based on data from the Collin County Asso- ciation of Realtors, the median price of a home sold in Plano during March was $518,000. According to the 2020 U.S. Census, the estimated median household income in Plano is $96,348. That g- ure is nearly 43% higher than the $67,521 estimated median household income across the U.S. Because of the demand for housing in Plano, city ocials and real estate experts have said workers earning an average wage likely do not make enough to purchase CONTINUED ON 22 Home prices in Plano reaching newheights BY ERICK PIRAYESH

Incomes falling behind A city housing trends study states the income of many Plano residents has not kept pace with housing costs, and those earning an average wage can no longer aord many homes in the city. *U.S. CENSUS DATA ENDS 2020 SOURCE: COLLIN COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF REALTORSCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER

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A newly built 2,092-square-foot single-family home for sale in the Commodore at Preston community at 4923 Owen Drive is listed at $639,900, according to the Dave Perry Miller Real Estate company website. (Erick Pirayesh/Community Impact Newspaper)

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NOWOPEN 1 Starbucks opened a new location this spring at 4120 Legacy Drive, Plano. The new coee shop features an indoor cafe and a drive-thru window. The global coee company has multiple stores across Plano, including a Starbucks Reserve at Legacy West, which oers craft coee roasts and an interactive, barista-driven experience inspired by the company’s Seattle Reserve Roastery. www.starbucks.com 2 Toasted Coee + Kitchen opened its new location May 2 at 7401 Lone Star Drive, Ste. B100, in The Shops at Legacy development in Plano. The eatery and bar oers all-day breakfast, specialty sandwiches, soups, salads and desserts as well as locally roasted coees, teas, craft beer, wine, cocktails and more, according to its website. The eatery also has locations in Dallas and Fort Worth. https://toasted.coee 3 Roma’s Italian Kitchen opened its new Plano restaurant this April at 4637 Hedg- coxe Road, Ste. 116, Plano. The restaurant oers authentic Italian and Romanian cuisine, including pizza, pasta and chicken DNT TOLL

6 Local Creamery is opening in a new location in Plano at 5805 Preston Road, Ste. G-598, according to information led with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. An exact opening date has not yet been announced, but signage on the building states it is “coming soon.” According to the TDLR, the company is completing $60,000 in renovations to the 1,646-square-foot space. A website and phone number are not yet available. Plano. The company’s Facebook page stated the plan is to open this spring at 7700 Windrose Ave., Ste. G-170. According to its website, the location will feature a Euro-Mediterranean 7 Darna Mediterranean Market is coming soon to Legacy West in bazaar and eatery. The website states the market will include Spanish meat boards, European cheeses, French pastries, Italian and Turkish atbreads, Greek souvlaki, Moroccan spices and Lebanese mezze. It will also contain a Turkish coee bar and a full-service alcohol bar. A quick-service deli will also be included, the website states. The 6,200-square-foot location will include indoor and outdoor seating, according to its website. 214-404-9106. www.darnamarket.com 1 ST.

8 Luxury sneaker brand Golden Goose plans to open a new location at Leg- acy West in Plano. The new store will be located at 7801 Windrose Ave. An exact opening date has not yet been announced. Golden Goose is based out of Italy and was started by fashion designers Francesca Rinaldo and Alessandro Gallo, according to the company’s website. The brand specializes in high-quality, chic, street-wear shoes, the website states. The company also sells clothing and accessories items. Golden Goose has stores across the world, including a agship store in Dallas at 8687 N. Central Expressway. www.goldengoose.com RELOCATIONS 9 The Buttery Cakery relocated in April to 1201 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Ste. 100, Plano. The bakery specializes in custom cakes, but also oers ready-made cakes and cupcakes for pickup. It was for- merly located at 3309 N. Central Express- way, Ste. 340, Plano. 469-661-8992. www.butterycakery.com 10 Department store Kohl’s is building a new store on the southeast corner of Preston Road and West Spring Creek

dishes. The company also serves an as- sortment of beer and wine. 214-501-2924 COMING SOON 4 Soul Bird Chkn Shack & Wing Bar will begin oering delivery May 17 from its new location at 5717 Legacy Drive, Ste. 155N, Plano. The restaurant is expected to ocially open its doors later in May. When delivery begins, Soul Bird’s outdoor patio will be ready, so customers will be able to have food brought out to them there. The new location is in The Shops at Legacy devel- opment in a space previously occupied by Zoe’s Kitchen. In addition to the variety of chicken sandwiches, wings, chicken tenders and salads that Soul Bird oered in Roanoke, the Plano location is adding a pair of new menu items, restau- rant ownership said. 469-270-5645. www.soulbirdchkn.com 5 My Liquor Zones will open in May at 4637 Hedgcoxe Road, Ste. 101, Plano. The store will carry beer, wine and spirits at its location in the Crystal Creek I shop- ping center. My Liquor Zones will also oer a drive-thru window for customers. 972-292-9605 15TH ST.

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NOWOPEN 1 Flash sale website MorningSave held a grand opening for its rst brick- and-mortar store April 29-May 1 in the Preston Shepard Place development at 1701 Preston Road, Plano. Like its online counterpart, the Plano store highlights new products and oers discounted savings on an assortment of items from categories, such as kitchen, beauty, tech and more, the release states. www.morningsave.com 2 Hemp cannabis store ZAR opened April 30 at 2235 W. 15th St., Plano. According the business’ website, ZAR is veteran-owned and has more than 20 locations in Texas. ZAR oers free consul- tations, and its products are lab-tested by a third party, according to its website. The store is open seven days a week. 469-367-4026. www.cbdzarusa.com 3 Graze Craze , a pickup and delivery dining concept, opened in its rst location in Plano this February. Located at 1101 Ohio Drive, Ste. 116, the menu features a variety of charcuterie board-style items designed for “grazing,” according to the company’s website. The boards come with a variety of meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables, mixed nuts and more. Accord- ing to the company website, Graze Craze was started by Kerry Sylvester, a U.S. Air

6 Dave’s Hot Chicken opened April 22 at 1709 Preston Road, Ste. A, Plano. The fast-casual restaurant specializes in hot chicken tenders and sliders along with sides, such as french fries, kale slaw, and macaroni and cheese. The eatery’s chicken is oered at seven dierent spice levels that range from “No Spice” to “Reaper,” which requires a signed waiver to order, according to a company news release. This is the second Plano location for the chain, which also has locations across the country. The Dave’s Hot Chicken in north Plano opened in October. 972-850-0566. www.daveshotchicken.com COMING SOON 7 Scooter’s Coee will open in a new location at 2101 W. Parker Road, Plano. Based in Omaha, Nebraska, Scooter’s specializes in artisan espresso drinks, fruit smoothies, baked-from-scratch pastries and its signature drink, the Carameli- cious. The company also oers a line of organic hot and iced teas, single-origin coee and more. The drive-thru location is 519 square feet, according to a ling with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. Scooter’s has locations in Richardson and McKinney, but this will be its rst Plano store. An open- ing date has not yet been announced. www.scooterscoee.com

8 Fitness business Stretch Lab will open at 1713 Preston Road, Plano. Stretch Lab oers one-on-one stretches customized for patrons’ specic needs and group stretches led by a trained exologist for up to six participants. The company’s stated goal is to improve exibility, enhance movement, reduce pain and improve quality of life, accord- ing to its Facebook page. An opening date has not been announced, but the company’s website states the Plano lo- cation is “coming soon.” 972-641-4444. www.stretchlab.com 9 Adamo’s Pizza is opening in a new lo- cation just south of Plano. An exact open- ing date has not yet been announced, but signage on the building indicates the company is “coming soon.” The pizza pickup and delivery concept will open at 18484 Preston Road, Ste. 101, Dallas. The location will have a drive-thru pickup window, and the menu will feature clas- sic-style pizza options, chicken wings and more. A phone number and website are not yet available. 10 Ctrl V Virtual Reality Arcade is opening in a new location in Plano. The company received permission at the April 11 Plano City Council meeting to open its new location at 3000 Custer Road, Ste. 250, in the Parkwood Square shopping center. Husband-and-wife owners Beth and Shawn Reynolds said

Force veteran who spent years working in the food industry. The Plano franchise is owned and operated by Rob Salinas and is the rst in Texas. The company web- site states other locations are slated to open in Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston. 469-814-0341. www.grazecraze.com 4 Joyeux Nutrition , a concept that includes a health food store as well as a smoothie and juice bar, opened in its new location in Plano this winter. The store is located at 2907 W. 15th St. in the Prairie Creek Village shopping center. According to the company’s Facebook page, it regu- larly hosts tness classes at the location as well. The menu includes shakes, iced coee and teas with a variety of protein and energy booster options. Shake a- vors include Oreo, birthday cake, oatmeal cookie and more. The store also oers mini protein donuts. The company states its mission is to “build a joyful community full of people committed to becom- ing the best version of themselves.” www.instagram.com/joyeuxnutrition 5 McNeal’s Tavern & Eatery opened in mid-April at 1422 K Ave., Plano. The sports and dining tavern is located in historic Downtown Plano in the former location of Kelly’s Eastside. McNeal’s oers burgers, salads, pasta dishes and more, according to its Facebook page. www.mcnealsplano.com

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MAY 30 CELEBRATEMEMORIAL DAY THE TEXAS POOL The Texas Pool will open for the summer May 30 with a national moment of remembrance at 3 p.m. in honor of Memorial Day. Noon-6 p.m. $10 (visitor admission), free (for members). The Texas Pool, 901 Springbrook Drive, Plano. 972-881-8392. https://texaspool.org (Courtesy The Texas Pool)

10 a.m.-5 p.m. (May 22). Free (admission). Plano Event Center, 2000 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano. 972-941-5840. www.rmgmpromotions.com 21 ENJOY AMASQUERADE PARTY The Plano Symphony Orchestra’s gala “A Night in Disguise: A Masquerade Party” features a multicourse meal, dancing, auctions and more. The gala supports the orchestra’s artistic and educational programs. 6-10 p.m. $150- $2,500. Dallas/Plano Marriott at Legacy Town Center, 7121 Bishop Road, Plano. 972-473-7262. www.planosymphony.org 27 SEE A LATIN GRAMMYWINNER Singer-songwriter Pedro Capó has written international hits “La Mordidita” and “Disparo al Corazón” for Ricky Martin. In 2018, Capó, who is the grandson of star Bobby Capó, became a star with hit song “Calma (Remix)” featuring Farruko. 6 p.m. $46.50- $812. Legacy Hall, 7800 Windrose Ave., Plano. 972-846-4255. www.legacyfoodhall.com/events JUNE 06 ATTENDA FREE CONCERT IN THE PARK The Plano Community Band kicks o its annual summer series of performances in Haggard Park. 7 p.m. Free (admission). Haggard Park, 901 E. 15th St., Plano. www.planoband.com 12 LEARNABOUT HOLISTIC LIFE ANDWELLNESS The Plano Event Center is hosting the Holistic Festival of Life and Wellness. The festival will include several specialists who practice various holistic lifestyles, including yoga, meditation and herbal nutrition. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. $7. Plano Event Center, 2000 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano. www.holisticfestivaloife.com

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MAY 14 ENJOY A FREE CONCERT Clint Sherman, who earned a spot on Blake Shelton’s team during season 21 of NBC’s “The Voice,” performs a free, outdoor concert as part of the Downtown Sessions musical series. 7:30-10:30 p.m. Free (admission). McCall Plaza, 998 E. 15th St., Plano. 972-941-5600.www.visitplano.com/event 14 CELEBRATEMOTHERS The ArtCentre of Plano’s annual Mother’s Day Garden Party gives attendees an opportunity to celebrate mothers. The event features treats, music and more in the ArtCentre’s gardens and beneath the oak trees beside the Haggard Park pond. 3-5 p.m. $50-$1,500. Haggard Park, 901 E. 15th St., Plano. 972-423-7809. www.artcentreofplano.org 20 SUPPORT THE FARMSTEAD Enjoy the sounds of classic country dance band Raised Right Men at the Heritage Farmstead Museum’s 11th annual Friends of the Farmstead concert dinner. The event raises awareness and funds for the museum’s preservation and education initiatives. 6-10:30 p.m. $75- $1,000. Heritage Farmstead Museum, 1900 W. 15th St., Plano. 972-881-0140. www.heritagefarmstead.org 20 THROUGH 22 CHECKOUTMINERALS AND FOSSILS Dealers and vendors oer a variety of gemstones, fossils, handmade jewelry, crystals and more at the Texas Mineral & Fossil Dallas-Plano Show. Attendees can also check out the special exhibit “Tea Pots and Minerals” by Gail Copus Spann. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (May 20-21),

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Timeline: December 2020- November 2022 Cost: $2.1 million Funding sources: city of Plano, Collin County 4 Park Boulevard intersection improvements A project to improve five Park Boulevard intersections, including at A Coit Road, B Custer Road, C Alma Drive, D K Avenue and E Jupiter Road, will widen the roads and realign intersections. Crews have completed work at the Coit and Jupiter intersections and plan to finish at Custer by the end of June. Work has begun on the signal improvements at the Alma location, and paving improvements will follow after the Custer location is complete. Timeline: October 2020-November 2022 Cost: $4.2 million Funding sources: city of Plano, Collin County 5 Coit Road widening A project that will widen Coit Road between Mapleshade Lane and the President George Bush Turnpike includes updates to pedestrian facilities, signal improvements and the construction of additional turn lanes. Timeline: June 2021-June 2022 Cost: $2.1 million Funding sources: city of Plano, Collin County 6 Park Boulevard repairs Crews will be making pavement and sidewalk repairs on Park Boulevard from Los Rios Boulevard to Shiloh Road/ East Spring Creek Parkway. One lane is scheduled to remain closed to traffic at all times. Timeline: April-July Cost: $400,000 Funding source: city of Plano

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1 Windcrest Drive repairs Crews are making road and sidewalk repairs on Windcrest Drive between Spring Creek Parkway and Tennyson Parkway. One lane is scheduled to remain closed to traffic at all times. Timeline: March-June Cost: $300,000 Funding source: city of Plano 2 Legacy Drive repairs Crews are making pavement repairs on Legacy Drive from Custer Road to US 75. One lane will remain closed to traffic at all times with an additional lane to be closed from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on weekdays. Timeline: January-May Cost: $400,000 Funding source: city of Plano 3 Parker Road intersection improvements A project to improve intersections of Parker Road at A Alma Drive and B Coit Road will widen the road, improve signals and realign intersections. Crews have yet to start work due to franchise utility relocation efforts but will begin at Coit and will move to Alma following completion.

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PUBLIC HEALTH Programworks to prevent spread ofmosquito-borne illnesses

Plano’s Environmental Health & Sustainability Department has permanent mosquito traps at 39 locations across the city. This map shows the sites the city will typically monitor each year. STOP THE SPREAD

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Senior Environmental Quality Specialist Carolyn Russell prepares mosquito traps as part of Plano's health measures against the West Nile virus.

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season, while other years can have as many as 20. In 2021, Plano ocials announced the city would take proactive measures by spraying targeted areas throughout the city where traps tested positive for West Nile ve dif- ferent times from August to October. Russel said the city takes multiple other steps to prevent mosquitoes from spreading throughout Plano. City ocials will eliminate breeding spots by applying pesticides to standing bodies of water and spraying certain areas. City personnel will also introduce sh that will consume mosquito larvae into certain habitats to help reduce population growth, Plano’s website states. While her department takes the issue of mosquitoes spreading West Nile seriously, Russell said Plano resi- dents should not be overly concerned about the virus. “It’s denitely just an awareness [that is needed] to understand that it exists and take personal protection,” she said. “Try to do weekly surveys of your property, and make sure there isn’t any unnecessary standing water.” Russell said residents should check plants and potters, and get rid of any built-up water around their yards as those are areas where mosquitoes will be most attracted. She said remembering the “Four Ds” are also important in defending against West Nile virus. According to the Texas Department

Each year fromMay to October, Plano environmental ocials set, check and test mosquito traps throughout the city to help monitor and mitigate the spread of the West Nile virus and other illnesses. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, West Nile virus is the leading cause of mosquito-borne disease in the U.S., and it is often spread through mosquito bites during summer and fall months. The CDC website states that one in ve people infected by West Nile virus will develop a fever and minor symptoms, while one in 150 infected individuals can develop a serious or fatal illness. Carolyn Russell, Plano’s senior environmental quality specialist, said the hot and humid climate of Texas is well-suited for mosquitoes to live and breed. She explained that Plano sta place mosquito traps in nearly 40 dierent locations around the city in public areas where mosquitoes may be prevalent. The city then sends trapped mosquitoes o to a lab to test for any viruses. If a mosquito is determined to have tested positive for West Nile or any other virus, Plano ocials will then send out trucks to spray around an entire area to try to mitigate the potential spread. Russell said positive West Nile tests vary from year to year. She said that some years can see as little as one positive test throughout a mosquito

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of State Health Services, the “Four Ds” include staying indoors during dusk and dawn; dressing in long sleeves and pants when outside for extra protection; using mosquito repellent with the ingredient called DEET; and draining standing water near homes. The CDC also recommends that homeowners use screens on windows and doors, and repair holes in screens to keep mosquitoes outside. Using air conditioning inside a home, when it is available, can also help prevent mosquitoes from getting inside, the CDC website states.

According to the Collin County Epidemiology and Surveillance reports in 2021, 42 mosquito traps tested positive for West Nile virus in the county last year. Six of those positives come from Plano. The reports stated only one human case of West Nile was reported in the entire county during that time. City ocials said residents can call the Plano Environmental Health and Sustainability Department at 972-941-7143, or visit the city’s website for additional information regarding mosquitoes in Plano.

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News from Plano & Plano ISD

Plano City Council meets at 7 p.m. May 23 and June 13. Meetings are held at 1520 K Ave., Plano, and can be streamed online. 972-941-7000. www.plano.gov MEETINGSWE COVER Plano ISD board of trustees meets at 6 p.m. May 17 at the PISD Administration Center, 2700 W. 15th St., Plano. 469-752-8100. www.pisd.edu program. During the board’s April 19 meeting, Assistant Superintendent Beth Brockman said the changes will be made this school year to match the district’s compensation plan for the 2022-23 school year. COLLINCOUNTY Commissioners approved an emergency stang request for the county’s Magistrate Court due to an increased workload from Senate Bill 6, which was passed last year by the Texas Legislature. Commissioners approved adding four full-time clerks and making the existing part-time clerk position full time on April 18. According to meeting documents, the stang changes will cost the county a little more than $214,000 per year. COLLINCOUNTY Municipalities and nonprot organizations within the county can apply through July 11 for a share of the county’s $2 million Parks and Open Space Project Funding Assistance Program. Funding will be awarded to projects, including but not limited to land acquisition, trails and capital improvements for parks and open spaces located within Collin County, according to a county news release. HIGHLIGHTS PLANO City residents listed aordable housing, homelessness and infrastructure as pressing issues the city should focus on during a series of public meetings held in February. The meetings were part of Plano’s Listening Tour, a series of local forums where residents were able to oer guidance to Plano’s elected ocials, according to a report presented at the April 11 City Council meeting. PLANO More than 2,000 feet of screening wall and sidewalks along Legacy Drive will be replaced and rebuilt in the Willow Bend Estates neighborhood in Plano, according to city planning documents. The project was approved during the April 11 council meeting. More than $327,000 will be spent on the project, Plano planning documents show. PLANO ISD The board of trustees approved an amendment to the district’s compensation plan that will raise the pay rates for summer school instruction, curriculum writing and sta members in its elementary after-school care

Trustees re-elect board ocers for 202223 year

BY WILLIAM C. WADSACK

PLANO ISD While this school year still has a few weeks of classes left before summer, the Plano ISD board of trustees chose its ocers for the 2022-23 school year during its May 3 meeting. Place 5 Trustee David Stolle was re-elected to his position as the board’s president. The board also re-elected Place 3 Trustee Nancy Humphrey as its vice president and Place 6 Trustee Jeri Chambers as board secretary. “It’s an honor and a privilege [to serve],” Stolle said. The ocers’ new terms begin with the rst board meeting in June following graduation.

Legacy West is Plano’s $3 billion mixed-use development site that includes corporate oces, multifamily homes, retail shopping and restaurants.

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LegacyWest could see 18-story residential development built

BY ERICK PIRAYESH

Plano City Council for nal approval. Some commissioners expressed concern that the nearby freeway could cause noise issues for residents of the building but ultimately thought the development was an appropriate use for the land. “[This] is probably the most expensive land in the city of Plano,” Commissioner David Downs said. “I’m not worried about building a building that close to the freeway. I am in favor of it. I can guarantee you all 177 of those units will be full fairly quickly.”

PLANO A new 18-story high-rise apartment building is being proposed on one of the last pieces of undevel- oped land at Legacy West in Plano. The residential tower would have 177 units and be constructed on 2 acres on the southeast corner of SH 121 and Windrose Avenue, according to city planning documents. Legacy West is Plano’s $3 billion mixed-use development site that includes cor- porate oces, multifamily homes, retail shopping and restaurants. The planning and zoning commission approved the proposed apartment building and the related zoning requests at its May 2 meeting. Columbus Realty, one of the three companies that developed Legacy West, is proposing the new residential building. The zoning change and development plan must go before

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direct stormwater into Russell Creek, according to the department. City planning documents show the project will cost around $1.3 million. The project is being paid for though the city’s Community Investment Program Fund. Construction is set to start this spring and conclude in the fall, the release stated. Sections of the trail will be closed from 7 a.m.-6 p.m. weekdays for construction. The

PLANO Around 1 mile of the Hoblit- zelle Park Trail will be replaced with a wider pathway, according to a release from the Plano Parks and Recreation Department. The March 24 release states some of the trail is in poor condition and will be replaced with a 12-foot-wide shared-use path. The new trail will also be upgraded to more eectively

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department is asking students to use the sidewalks o Georgetown Drive and Red River Drive. The more than 3-mile long Hoblit- zelle Park Trail runs along Russell Creek, according to the city’s website.

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GUIDE

Outdoor dining in Plano

17 Farm + Feed 401 Lone Star Drive, Ste. B120 4323563467 www.farmandfeed.com 18 Fogo de Chao 5908 Headquarters Drive, Ste. K150 4696061000 https://fogodechao.com/location/plano/ 19 Fork & Fire

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Guide Enjoy the warmer weather by dining on these patios. Listings include restaurants that oer dining services outside. This list is not comprehensive.

5880 SH 121, Ste. 103B https://forkandre.com/ 20 Hopdoddy 8255 Preston Road, Ste. 300 9725355157 www.hopdoddy.com 21 Haywire 5901 Winthrop St. 9727819473 www.haywirerestaurant.com 22 II Brothers 8308 Preston Road 9727128308 www.iibrothers.com 23 Italian Village 5840 Legacy Circle, Ste. D100 4692982911 www.italianvillageplano.com

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31 Mi Cocina-Shops at Legacy 5760 Legacy Drive, Ste. B7 www.micocina.com 32 Mi Dia From Scratch 3310 Dallas Parkway 9724037474 www.midiafromscratch.com 33 Mignon 4005 Preston Road 9729433372 | www.mignonplano.com 34 Moxie’s Grill & Bar 8451 Parkwood Blvd. https://us.moxies.com/restaurant-locations/ tx/plano-collin-county 35 North Italia in Plano 7900 Windrose Ave. 2142916996 www.northitalia.com/locations/ plano-tx-legacy-west/ 36 On The Border 5000 SH 121 4693847877 | www.ontheborder.com 37 Original ChopShop The Shops at Legacy 5717 Legacy Drive 9725460462 https://originalchopshop.com 38 Pluckers Wing Bar 3316 Preston Road 9725999464 | www.pluckers.com 39 Princi Italia 3300 Dallas Parkway 9723789463 https://princiitalia.com 40 RA Sushi 7501 Lone Star Drive, Ste. B130 4694677400 https://rasushi.com

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9 Chip’s Hamburgers 5872 SH 121 2142972323 https://chips-hamburgers.com/chips-plano 10 Chuy’s 3908 Dallas Parkway 4694672489 www.chuys.com/locations/ dallas-fort-worth/plano-dallasparkway 11 Craftway Kitchen 5809 Preston Road 9724030555 https://craftwaykitchen.com 12 Cru Food + Wine Bar 7201 Bishop Road 9723129463 https://cruwinebar.com/locations/ shops-at-legacy/ 13 Daq’s Luxury Daiquiri Lounge 8700 Preston Road 4692005881 www.daqsallfolks.com 14 Del Frisco’s Double Eagle 5905 Legacy Drive 9723129115 https://delfriscos.com/steakhouse/plano/ 15 Del Frisco’s Grill 7200 Bishop Road 4696618012 https://delfriscosgrille.com/plano/ 16 Ebb & Flow 7300 Lone Star Drive, Ste. C125 http://ebbandowtx.com

1 Bawarchi 8201 Ohio Drive, Ste. 110 9722349009

https://bawarchiplano.com 2 Benedict’s Restaurant 8442 Parkwood Blvd. 2147051450 www.benedicts-restaurant.com 3 Blue Mesa Grill 8200 Dallas Parkway 2143874407 https://bluemesagrill.com 4 BoomerJack’s Grill & Bar 5430 SH 121 2143241646 www.boomerjacks.com 5 Bottle Rockets Bar & Pizzeria 5800 Legacy Drive, Ste. C11 4698998855 https://bottlerocketsbar.com 6 Cafe Gecko 6145 Windhaven Parkway, Ste. 100 9727977726 www.cafegecko.net 7 Cafe Instanbul 7300 Lone Star Drive 9723982020 www.cafe-istanbul.net/menu.htm 8 Campisi’s–Granite Park 8100 N. Dallas Parkway 2143870233 www.campisis.us

24 La Chine Chinese 6145 Windhaven Parkway 9723789222 www.lachinetx.com 25 La Meglio 5588 SH 121, Ste. 300 www.lameglio.com 26 Lazy Dog 8401 Preston Road 4696091570 www.lazydogrestaurants.com/ locations/plano-tx/ 27 Lita’s La Mexican 7224 Independence Parkway www.litasdallas.com 28 Main Street Bakery 7200 Bishop Road 9723090404 https://themainbakery.com/Plano/Index 29 Mexican Sugar 7501 Lone Star Drive 9729430984 www.mexicansugarcocina.com 30 Mi Cocina-Lakeside Market 4001 Preston Road, Ste. 502 www.micocina.com

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www.sambuca360.com 42 Scruy Dues 5865 Kincaid Road, Ste. E8 9723129321 https://harderconcepts.com/locations/ scruy-dues/ 43 Shakertins 7300 Lone Star Drive, Ste. C150 www.shakertins.com 44 Sixty Vines 3701 Dallas Parkway 4696208463 | www.sixtyvines.com 45 Taverna 7400 Windrose Ave., Ste. B13 4699690099 www.tavernabylombardi.com

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49 True Food Kitchen 7601 Windrose Ave. 2142919591 www.truefoodkitchen.com/plano 50 Turkish Cafe 8408 Preston Road, Ste. 332 4693627181 www.turkishcafeandlounge.com 51 Union Bear 5880 SH 121, Ste. 101

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