Read the latest business and community news from the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Fuku now fulfilling fried-chicken orders in Plano
Fried-chicken kitchen Fuku began taking orders for delivery in Plano on April 6. Fuku is a ghost kitchen operating from the parking lot at 3100 Dallas Parkway, Plano. Customers can only place orders through DoorDash, GrubHub, Postmates and Uber Eats. Started by chef David Chang, Fuku offers several different fried-chicken sandwiches as well as chicken strips and fries.
Deep Ellum dining concept Ebb & Flow now open in Plano
Ebb & Flow is expected to celebrate its grand opening April 14 after initially opening in late March at The Shops at Legacy in Plano. The dining concept from Deep Ellum serves original cocktails, salads and appetizers as well as burgers, sandwiches and full-size entrees, such as turkey stroganoff, grilled mahi mahi and ratatouille.
African food mart opens in McKinney
Seinyaa African Food opened in late January at 5160 Collin McKinney Parkway, Ste. 900, McKinney. The food market specializes in the sale and distribution of wholesale and retail African and Caribbean food products. Customers can shop both online and in stores.
Score drinks, dining and digital ventures at McKinney grill Arcade 92
Arcade 92 culminates the owner Michael Lepsch’s obsession into an interactive gathering spot. While the arcade-bar-restaurant combination is tailor-made for adults, the venue has hosted gamers of all ages since opening on Black Friday of 2019.
The Heritage Table sets date for Frisco reopening
After closing for a few months and briefly operating as a food truck, The Heritage Table is reopening its restaurant April 17. The Heritage Table is located at 7110 Main St., Frisco, and will have menu items that include deviled eggs, mushroom soup, chicken pot pie, burgers, fish and pork chops.
Daily Grinds owner in Frisco obsesses over detail to create bistro experience
Attention to detail is what sets Daily Grinds coffee shop ahead of its competition, according to owner John Tran.
Grapevine Summit Climbing Yoga to break ground on new facility
The original Summit Climbing Yoga and Fitness located on Grapevine's Mustang Drive will relocate to 3501 William D. Tate Ave. to mark the location's 20-year anniversary. Ground-breaking for the new 37,000-square-foot facility will begin on April 22 and is expected to be completed in March 2022.
Miranda Jaimes, Liesbeth Powers, William C. Wadsack, Matt Payne and Sandra Sadek contributed to this report.