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The Emergency Donut Vehicle makes regular visits to local neighborhoods on behalf of Hurts Donut Co. (Courtesy Hurts Donut Co.)
The Emergency Donut Vehicle makes regular visits to local neighborhoods on behalf of Hurts Donut Co. (Courtesy Hurts Donut Co.)

The Emergency Donut Vehicle makes regular visits to local neighborhoods on behalf of Hurts Donut Co. (Courtesy Hurts Donut Co.)

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Frisco

Hurts Donut Co. offers a variety unlike any other in Frisco

While most emergency vehicles prompt people to get out of the way, Hurts Donut Co. has one that has been attracting crowds over the last six months. Its Emergency Donut Vehicle has been making regular visits to various Frisco neighborhoods during the coronavirus pandemic.

Indoor ax-throwing venue Stumpy’s Hatchet House coming to Frisco in 2021



Stumpy’s Hatchet House will open in early 2021 at 9410 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 150, Frisco. The indoor hatchet-throwing venue allows guests to book ax-throwing sessions and private parties. Guests can also enjoy light snacks and bring their own beer or wine.

Grapevine-Colleyville-Southlake

Boi Na Braza celebrates 20 years in Grapevine

Boi Na Braza celebrated Sept. 27 its 20-year anniversary. The restaurant is located at 4025 William D Tate Ave., Grapevine. The Brazilian restaurant serves various tableside-carved meats, including sirloins, ribs, chicken, lamb chops and more.

Plano

Boomer Jack's Grill & Bar to open Plano location early next year

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, offers American food and beverages in a setting primed for game watchers with wall-to-wall televisions and backyard-style patios.

William C. Wadsack, Gavin Pugh, Olivia Lueckemeyer and Elizabeth Ucles contributed to this report.



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