CT Provisions restaurant opens in McKinney and more DFW news

The TX Redfish Crudo ($14) is served with spiced popcorn. (Courtesy CT Provisions)
The TX Redfish Crudo ($14) is served with spiced popcorn. (Courtesy CT Provisions)

The TX Redfish Crudo ($14) is served with spiced popcorn. (Courtesy CT Provisions)

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McKinney

FIRST LOOK: CT Provisions brings ‘melting pot’ menu to McKinney

From its menu to wood-top tables, everything about downtown McKinney’s newest restaurant CT Provisions Cocktail Parlor & Kitchen is handcrafted.

Lewisville



City of Lewisville opens Thrive recreational facility

The city of Lewisville opened its large new recreation center Oct. 3 at 1950 S. Valley Parkway, Lewisville. The 87,000-square-foot facility includes a gym and fitness area, indoor walking track and children’s play equipment. The facility also includes various water features such as a lazy river, a lap pool and a leisure pool.

Plano

Rise Nation now offering 30-minute climbing workouts in Plano

Rise Nation opened Oct. 5 at The Shops at Legacy, 7300 Lone Star Drive, Ste. C103, Plano. The business specializes in 30-minute, high-intensity climbing workouts. Rise Nation also has a location in Dallas.

Richardson

Pokeworks to open second Dallas-area location in Richardson Restaurant Park

Pokeworks expects to open its second Dallas-area location in late October in the Richardson Restaurant Park development, located at 744 S. Central Expressway, Richardson. The restaurant offers customizable poke bowls, burritos and salads with a choice of raw tuna or salmon; or cooked chicken, scallops, shrimp or tofu. The menu includes items made in collaboration with “Top Chef” alumnus Sheldon Simeon.

Olivia Lueckemeyer, Daniel Houston, Miranda Jaimes and Mackenzie Plusnick contributed to this report.



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