W.W. Fairfield's closes for the second time after a year of business in Plano

The bar and grill regularly held country music and karaoke events before closing temporarily in March. This closure became indefinite in September. (Courtesy W.W. Fairfield's Bar & Grill)
The bar and grill regularly held country music and karaoke events before closing temporarily in March. This closure became indefinite in September. (Courtesy W.W. Fairfield's Bar & Grill)

The bar and grill regularly held country music and karaoke events before closing temporarily in March. This closure became indefinite in September. (Courtesy W.W. Fairfield's Bar & Grill)

W.W. Fairfield's Bar & Grill closed indefinitely in September at 2001 W. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano. The restaurant had opened in that location in April 2019 after closing its first location in Richardson in 2017. The bar and grill regularly held country music and karaoke events and served dishes such as hamburgers and sloppy joes before closing temporarily in March—a closure that became indefinite in September. In an online announcement, W.W. Fairfield's cited the impact of shutdowns for the coronavirus pandemic as well as issues with its landlord as reasons for its closing. www.wwfairfields.com


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