Hooters offshoot to open in Fort Worth; Oishii Sushi coming to Plano and more DFW-area news

The restaurant's menu focuses on chicken wings and sandwiches. (Courtesy Hoots Wings)
The restaurant's menu focuses on chicken wings and sandwiches. (Courtesy Hoots Wings)

The restaurant's menu focuses on chicken wings and sandwiches. (Courtesy Hoots Wings)

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Hooters spinoff Hoots Wings to open in Fort Worth

Hoots Wings, a franchise spun off of the Hooters company, will open on Golden Triangle Boulevard, Fort Worth, in late summer 2021. Hoots Wings restaurants are a smaller, fast-casual alternative to Hooters’ restaurants and sports bars. The menu focuses on chicken wings and sandwiches, and the restaurants do not provide table service.


Oishii Sushi to open first Plano location this spring

Oishii Sushi plans to open a new location at 8448 Parkwood Blvd., Ste. 700, Plano. This will be the restaurant’s first location outside of Dallas, as Oishii has three locations in the city. The restaurant serves sushi and pan-Asian cuisine, including sashimi, maki rolls and specialty dishes.

Luxury retail, starting with Gucci, opening this spring at Legacy West in Plano

Luxury brand Gucci opened a new store April 16 in a building directly across the street from Legacy Food Hall in the Legacy West development at 7800 Windrose Ave., Plano.


New bike store Endur3Bikes to open in Frisco’s Rail District

The shop will offer adult and kids bikes, equipment and apparel as well as triathlete equipment. The shop can also perform repairs and build bikes. The store will be located at 6699 Main St., Frisco.


New Hilton Garden Inn opens in Grapevine as city's first tri-branded hotel

A new six-floor, 152-room Hilton Garden Inn hotel located at 2240 Bass Pro Court in Grapevine opened April 16 under the ownership of NewcrestImage.

Johnny B's Burgers and Shakes permanently closes after serving Southlake since 2004

More than a decade since first opening, Johnny B’s Burgers and Shakes closed its location at 2704 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 104, in Southlake, according to an official announcement shared by the restaurant on its social media pages. The restaurant’s last day was April 18.

Kira Lovell, William C. Wadsack, Miranda Jaimes and Sandra Sadek contributed to this report.