Bavette Grill opens in Plano and more DFW news

Bavette Grill offers modern American fare, including menu items such as the short rib mac and cheese. (Courtesy Bavette Grill)
Bavette Grill offers modern American fare, including menu items such as the short rib mac and cheese. (Courtesy Bavette Grill)

Bavette Grill offers modern American fare, including menu items such as the short rib mac and cheese. (Courtesy Bavette Grill)

Read the latest business and community news from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Plano

Bavette Grill opens for indoor dining at Granite Park in Plano

Bavette Grill opened its doors for the first time this summer at Granite Park, 8100 Dallas Parkway, Ste. 115, Plano. The restaurant began serving its modern American fare for takeout this spring and opened for dine-in service July 23.

McKinney



Gloria’s Latin Cuisine in McKinney approaches fall opening

Gloria’s Latin Cuisine expects to open around mid-October at 3635 W. University Drive, McKinney. The McKinney location is wrapping up construction and has started hiring employees. This will be the 21st Gloria’s restaurant in Texas and will also be one of the company’s first free-standing restaurants built by Gloria’s from the ground up.

Keller-Roanoke-Northeast Fort Worth

Victoria's Secret location now open at Tanger Outlets in north Fort Worth

Victoria’s Secret opened a new store location at the Tanger Outlets in north Fort Worth on July 27.

The new location, located at 15853 North Freeway, Ste. 700, Fort Worth, offers a wide variety of women’s clothing, makeup and accessories.

Frisco

Salad chain Chop Stop now serving various 'chops' in Frisco

Chop Stop opened Aug. 10 at 3266 Parkwood Blvd., Ste. 100, Frisco. The salad restaurant chain serves various salads, or “chops,” with toppings and a choice to build your own chop.

Miranda Jaimes, Liesbeth Powers, Ian Pribanic and Elizabeth Ucles contributed to this report.



MOST RECENT

An estimated 3,500 trees were destroyed by last October's tornado. (Olivia Lueckemeyer/Community Impact Newspaper)
Free trees: Replace those lost in Richardson tornado and more DFW news

Read the latest business and community news from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Aside from a large influx of backlogged cases Oct. 3, Plano has consistently had fewer than 200 new cases in a seven-day period since mid-September. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Tracking COVID-19: Plano continues trend of fewer than 200 new cases per week

In the week before Oct. 14, there were 178 new cases reported by the state. In the seven reporting days leading up to Oct. 21, there were 166 new Plano cases.

Rose Mediterranean Cuisine also released a new menu that includes a wider selection of desserts and vegetarian plates in addition to original menu items, such as kabobs and shawarma. (Community Impact staff)
Plano's Lebanese Grill changes name to Rose Mediterranean Cuisine

The name change, made in mid-September, was meant to better reflect the restaurant's ambience and the food served there, an announcement from the restaurant said.

Library visitors will be able to look for materials and pick up holds in person using a self-checkout system and to shop lobby sales. (Courtesy city of Plano)
Plano libraries reopen for grab-and-go services, computer access

Library visitors will be able to look for materials and pick up holds in person using a self-checkout system and to shop lobby sales.

Home furnishings retailer Living Spaces has opened a store in Fort Worth and will offer a variety of designer collections, including Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines. (Courtesy Living Spaces)
Living Spaces opens in Fort Worth and more DFW-area news

Read the latest Dallas-Fort Worth business and community news.

Oct. 23 is the last day Texas voters can apply for a vote-by-mail ballot. (Courtesy Pexels)
Tackling Texas' vote-by-mail system: Applying, delivering, tracking your ballot

Oct. 23 is the last day Texas voters can apply for a vote-by-mail ballot.

The grant, which was awarded to the Plano ISD Education Foundation on behalf of the district, will help the 49% of students who have chosen to learn virtually for the second nine weeks of the semester. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Plano ISD receives thousands of dollars from Toyota USA for tech-related purchases

The grant, which was awarded to the Plano ISD Education Foundation on behalf of the district, will help the 49% of students who have chosen to learn virtually for the second nine weeks of the semester.

(Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Report on Collin County economic opportunities reveals disparities in income, health, education

The 44-page report, conducted by public policy nonprofit Every Texan, outlines Collin County's economic status related to race and ethnicity, income, educational attainment and wealth.

Oct. 14 was the busiest day thus far for voting in Plano, with 11,639 county residents showing up to cast ballots in person. (Community Impact staff)
DATA: Nearly 75,000 people have turned out to vote in Plano since start of early voting

Oct. 14 was the busiest day thus far for voting in Plano, with 11,639 county residents showing up to cast ballots in person.

First United Bank team members attend the The Parkwood groundbreaking Oct. 19. (Courtesy Cawley Partners)
First United Bank breaks ground on new headquarters in Plano

A new office development named The Parkwood will become the headquarters for First United Mortgage Co. and the home of Plano's first branch for First United Bank.

About 55% of DART’s bus service currently focuses on high-ridership routes, while the rest is used to provide coverage, according to Mark Nelson, director of transportation for the city of Richardson. (Courtesy DART)
DART board hones in on hybrid concept for ridership redesign as vote is delayed to November

Richardson and Plano would likely see little to no impact in coverage should the board choose the hybrid approach for Dallas Area Rapid Transit’s bus redesign.