The Bells Sweet Factory bringing New Orleans-style cuisine to Plano

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The Bells Sweet Factory also operates out of a food truck in various locations around Dallas-Fort Worth announced via its Facebook page. (Courtesy The Bells Sweet Factory)

The Bells Sweet Factory also operates out of a food truck in various locations around Dallas-Fort Worth announced via its Facebook page. (Courtesy The Bells Sweet Factory)

The Bells Sweet Factory expects to open its first brick-and-mortar location mid-September in Plano at 2109 W. Parker Road, Ste. 210. The New Orleans-style eatery also operates out of a food truck in various locations announced via its Facebook page. The company also offers catering services and sells merchandise through its website. 601-691-4701. www.thebellssweetfactory.com


By Erick Pirayesh
Erick Pirayesh joined Community Impact Newspaper in May 2021. He is a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado Journalism and Media Studies program. He previously served as editor-in-chief of The Channels student newspaper in Santa Barbara, California.


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