Twisted Root Burger Co. to be among concepts that will fill space left by Hub Streat in Plano

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Twisted Root Burger Co. plans to open in the space formerly occupied by Hub Streat in Plano. (Courtesy Twisted Root Burger Co.)

Twisted Root Burger Co. plans to open in the space formerly occupied by Hub Streat in Plano. (Courtesy Twisted Root Burger Co.)

Twisted Root Burger Co. plans to open a new location in mid-November at 1212 14th St., Plano. The eatery is one of two concepts owner Local Favorite Restaurants plans to open in the space formerly occupied by Hub Streat, according to Chief Restaurant Operator Steve Chambers.

“It's going to be more than a Twisted Root,” Chambers said. “We're going to have something for everybody.”

Local Favorite also operates brands such as El Fenix Mexican Restaurant, Snuffer’s Restaurant & Bar, Meso Maya, Taqueria La Ventana and Village Burger Bar.

Twisted Root specializes in customizable burgers that feature half-pound beef patties with toppings made in house. Chambers said the brand regularly offers specialty burgers made with meats such as elk or buffalo throughout the year.

“If you haven't been in, we have a really killer pickle bar,” he said noting the restaurant offers five different kinds of pickles. “After you get your burger or sandwiches, you can go up there and grab all these pickles. Everything from the pickles to our condiments, we make [with] our own proprietary recipes.”


After closing all the Twisted Root locations due to the COVID-19 pandemic last year, Chambers said Local Favorite is actively working to grow the brand now that its previous locations have reopened. This will be the brand’s first location in Plano.

“When the Hub Streat [location] came available, it was just a perfect fit,” he said. “We're not doing a tremendous amount of remodeling inside ... so we're hoping to get it up and going pretty quick.”

In addition to the dining area, Chambers said the business plans to host live music as well as different types of outside games and events at the space.

“Our end goal is to have an environment where everybody can come, whether it's the family, whether it's a date night [or] whether it's a guys night out,” he said. “Our goal [is] to have a one-stop shop for the community to come and relax and enjoy.”

A phone number is not yet available. www.twistedrootburgerco.com


By William C. Wadsack

Senior Reporter, Plano/Richardson

William joined Community Impact Newspaper in December 2019. He previously served as managing editor of several daily and weekly publications in North Texas and his native state of Louisiana.



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