Crossroads Diner is set to open this fall in Heritage Creekside.

According to a news release from Rosewood Property, Crossroads Diner offers a full menu of southern comfort food for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

“Crossroads Diner is known for its breakfast and lunch items such as sticky buns, chicken and waffles, biscuits, grits and corn beef hash,” the news release states. “Alternative menu items include breakfast schnitzel, tostadas and frittata with chorizo. The restaurant offers a full bar with natural juices for bellinis and mimosas.”

According to a post on Crossroads Diner’s Facebook page in 2020, the company announced that the Dallas location would close after being open five days short of their 10 year anniversary.

“We scoured DFW for the right space to launch the Crossroads Diner comeback, and as a vibrant neighborhood with restaurants, office and multifamily located near various highways and thoroughfares, Heritage Creekside was exactly what we needed,” Owner Tom Fleming said in the news release. “This is a new phase in the life of Crossroads Diner, and I can’t wait to provide breakfast, lunch and dinner in Plano and the surrounding area.”

Heritage Creekside is adjacent to the George Bush Turnpike just west of North Central Expressway between Alma Road and Custer Road. Crossroads Diner will join Taco Joint, Flying Fish, Rodeo Goat, and Pax & Beneficia Coffee in this development.