Fans United merchandise store set to close Southlake location
Fans United will close its store in Southlake. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
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Mad for chicken now serving McKinney; La Casita Tacos y Pupusas coming to Richardson and more DFW-area news
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The restaurant is planning for a grand opening in August. The restaurant will also feature a rotating selection of charcuterie boards, small bites and more in an upscale atmosphere.
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Almand has served on the board for four years. The rest of the board will meet in August to discuss next steps.
The two restaurants will be located at the same planned commercial center, located at 440 West State Highway 114, at the site that once housed the Payton-Wright Ford automotive dealership.
The three gateways will be the third phase of the city’s beautification of Colleyville Boulevard.
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