Legacy West food hall to reopen at partial capacity May 8 as businesses gradually expand services

Businesses at Legacy West are increasing their service offerings as the development gradually reopens. (Daniel Houston/Community Impact Newspaper)
Businesses at Legacy West are increasing their service offerings as the development gradually reopens. (Daniel Houston/Community Impact Newspaper)

Businesses at Legacy West are increasing their service offerings as the development gradually reopens. (Daniel Houston/Community Impact Newspaper)

Legacy Hall was expected to reopen May 8 for in-house seating, just days after a number of stores and restaurants in Plano’s Legacy West urban village began accepting guests again at partial capacity.

Fourteen businesses at Legacy West have opened at 25% capacity in compliance with Gov. Greg Abbott’s recent order that loosened coronavirus-related restrictions on restaurants and retail stores. Several others were already offering curbside service for retail item pickup and food takeout.


The European-style food hall was already offering curbside pickup before the reopening efforts began, as were other restaurants on the property that planned to open this week. Three other businesses were expected to open May 7: Credo, Kai and Toulouse.

The large mixed-use development off the Dallas North Tollway said it was taking extra precautions during the gradual reopening process.

Legacy West is upping its cleaning schedules in high-traffic areas, setting up hand sanitizing stations throughout the property, and closing off part of Windrose Avenue to promote social distancing, said Jillian Claybrook, a spokesperson for the developer.