43 places to eat that opened in Plano in 2019

Dozens of new restaurants opened in 2019 in Plano. Here is a roundup of 43 of them. This list is noncomprehensive.

AMERICAN

1. Bellagreen


2408 Preston Road

972-975-9033


www.bellagreen.com

2. CraftWay Kitchen

5809 Preston Road, Ste. 578

972-403-0555

www.craftwaykitchen.com

3. Friend & Foe Board Game Cafe

2929 Custer Road, Ste. 312

469-443-0003

www.friendandfoebgc.com

4. Good Union Urban BBQ

5880 SH 121, Ste. 103-1

972-485-1900

www.goodunionbbq.com

5. Knife

6121 W. Park Blvd.

214-299-5943

www.knifeplano.com

6. Manhattan Burger

700 W. Spring Creek Parkway, Ste. 106

469-573-6577

www.facebook.com/manhattanburgertx

7. Pappas Delta Blues Smokehouse

3916 Dallas Parkway

972-378-9903

www.pappasdeltablues.com

8. Phil’s Philly Grill

6121 W. Park Blvd.

972-202-4134

www.philsphillygrill.com

9. Red Truck Cafe

910 W. Parker Road, Ste. 101

972-996-5177

www.redtruckcafe.com

10. Shark Club Sports Bar & Grill

8451 Parkwood Blvd.

469-535-5200

www.sharkclub.com

11. Tasty’s Chicken

705 W. Park Blvd.

469-209-9842

www.tastyschicken.com

12. The Original Chop Shop

2408 Preston Road, Ste. 704C

972-546-0462

www.originalchopshop.com

13. Viridescent Kitchen

5760 SH 121, Ste. 140

214-297-2334

www.viridescentkitchen.com

14. W. W. Fairfields Bar & Grill

2001 W. Spring Creek Parkway

214-440-2115

www.wwfairfields.com

15. What’s Cluckin

6505 W. Park Blvd., Ste. 336

972-820-8200

www.whatscluckin.com

16. Woodtop Tavern Sports Bar & Grill

8408 Preston Road, Plano

214-763-7181

www.woodtoptavern.com

17. Burning Rice

4701 W. Park Blvd., Ste. 110

469-931-2400

www.burningrice.com

18. ChongQing House

2901 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 109

469-661-9888

https://chongqing-house.business.site

19. CM Chicken

2300 Midway Road, Ste. A

469-316-5651

www.cmchickens.com

20. Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ

8240 Preston Road

469-988-5258

www.gyu-kaku.com

21. Hoja Bubble Tea and Asian Street Food

812 W. Spring Creek Parkway, Ste. 208

972-469-0973

www.hojateaandfood.com

22. Kung Fu Noodle

2205 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 125

469-969-0200

www.kungfunoodle.net

23. Ninja Ramen

111 W. Spring Creek Parkway, Ste. 102

469-543-0989

www.ninjaramen.us

24. Sakura Cafe

1301 Custer Road, Ste. 400

469-366-9158

www.sakuracafeplano.com

25. TKS Chinese Cuisine

3829 W. Spring Creek Parkway, Ste. 105

469-304-0511

www.tkschinesecuisine.com

26. Volcano Soon Tofu

2001 Coit Road, Ste. 300A

214-501-2878

27. Wave Bowl

8608 Preston Road, Ste. 11

214-308-9688

www.wavebowl.co

28. Yaki Seafood

2901 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 109

469-661-9888

BREAKFAST

29. D’oh Nuts

3115 W. Parker Road, Ste. 535

972-998-0020

www.facebook.com/gogodohnuts

CAJUN

30. The Boiling Crab

1517 N. Central Expressway

972-769-5940

www.theboilingcrab.com

EUROPEAN

31. Bonnie Ruth’s

2432 Preston Road, Ste. 340A

972-212-4339

www.bonnieruthsplano.com

INDIAN

32. Desi Ginger Indian Cuisine

2205 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 180

469-910-8033 | www.desiginger.com

33. Everest Indian & Himalayan Restaurant & Grill

2300 McDermott Road

469-795-9300

www.everestplano.com

34. The Yellow Chilli

5700 Legacy Drive

469-626-0419

www.theyellowchilli.com

ITALIAN

35. Adriano’s Italian Restaurant

7801 Alma Drive, Ste. 127

469-626-0142

http://adrianositalianrestaurant.net

36. Bella Italia Ristorante

3948 Legacy Drive, Ste. 105

469-969-0998

www.bellaitaliaristorante.com

37. Marco’s Pizza

2411 Coit Road, Ste. 110

469-782-9898

www.marcos.com

38. Olivella’s Neo Pizza Napoletana

7300 Lone Star Drive, Ste. C125

972-403-0433

www.olivellas.com

39. Zio Al’s

8608 Preston Road, Ste. 112

972-987-5577

www.zioals.com

40. Ziti’s Italian Restaurant

3131 Custer Road

469-304-1547

www.zitisitalian.com

MEXICAN

41. El Patron Restaurant & Bar


2520 K Ave., Ste. 100

469-573-9715

www.elpatronplano.com

42. Hali Boyz Mexican-American Grille

3309 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 360

972-212-4170

www.facebook.com/haliboyzmexicanamericangrille

43. Lalo’s Fine Mexican Cuisine

6400 W. Plano Parkway, Ste. 100

214-501-2177

www.lalosmexicancuisine.com

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