June 28, 2022

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NOW OPEN: Here are 5 restaurants that have recently opened in Plano

Clients can buy from a assortment of smoked-model meats at Willie Meshack’s Texas BBQ in Plano. (Courtesy Willie Meshack’s BBQ)

From Texas barbecue blended with Trinidadian-fashion influences to sushi, these 5 eateries are now component of the Plano dining community.

1. Willie Meshack’s BBQ is now open in Plano. The family members-operate cafe held a tender opening for ts new site in February at 200 Coit Street, Ste. 112, around Central Current market. The enterprise is owned and operated by Willie Meshack Jr. his spouse, Roberta Plaza and her mom, Yolande Plaza. Roberta mentioned the concept powering the restaurant was to stability traditional, smoke-style, craft Texas barbecue with Trinidadian-type side dishes manufactured by her and her mom. Clients can pick among key brisket, pork ribs, pulled pork and sausage with a variety of sides, such as a baked potato, cole slaw, beans, and macaroni and cheese. Sandwiches are served with a fry-bake bread, a Caribbean-style bread that Yolande tends to make every day. 972-905-5424. www.instagram.com/williemeshacksbbq

2. Chaya Japanese Restaurant is now open up in Plano. The new site opened this winter and is situated at 6900 Alma Generate, Ste. 150. The menu features a wide range of Japanese-fashion sushi rolls these as the California roll, spicy tuna roll and shrimp tempura hand roll. The enterprise offers dine-in and takeout solutions. 469-298-0775. www.chayajapanese.com

3. Friendship BBQ opened its new area in Common Legacy Plaza this wintertime at 240 Legacy Travel, Ste. 306, Plano. The restaurant’s menu attributes a range of Asian-design barbecue skewers and shellfish. It also incorporates noodles, ribs, hen, tofu and corn. The menu is motivated by reliable Chinese street foods, according to a organization official. 469-999-5336. www.friendshipbbqdallas.com

4. Rakko Sushi opened a new spot in mid-March at 280 Legacy Generate, Ste. 300, Plano. The Japanese cafe features a variety of sushi rolls, bento box solutions, fried rice dishes and noodles. It is located in the Golden Plaza procuring centre at the previous area of Luvie’s. According to organization officials, “rakko” suggests otter in Japanese. 469-318-9466. www.rakkosushi.com

5. Dave’s Very hot Rooster opened April 22 at 1709 Preston Street, Ste. A, Plano. The quick-everyday cafe specializes in scorching hen tenders and sliders alongside with sides, this kind of as french fries, kale slaw, and macaroni and cheese. The eatery’s hen is presented at seven distinct spice stages that vary from “No Spice” to “Reaper,” which calls for a signed waiver to purchase, according to a corporation news launch. This is the second Plano site for the chain, which also has spots throughout the region. The Dave’s Hot Hen in north Plano opened in Oct. 972-850-0566. www.daveshotchicken.com