From Italian food to a variety of sandwiches and salads, these five restaurants are coming soon in Plano.

1. Artisanal cafe Pax & Beneficia is slated to open in the Heritage Creekside development in late summer. Pax & Beneficia offers drip, pour over and specialty coffee drinks as well as sweet and savory bites. According to a filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, Pax & Beneficia completed $150,000 in renovations earlier this year at Heritage Creekside's location at 1300 W. Plano Parkway, Plano. 214-513-2570 (Grapevine location).

2. The spaghetti Western-themed restaurant Sfereco plans to open by the end of August at 1941 Preston Road, Ste. 1004, Plano. The 3,200-square-foot restaurant will offer a variety of pizzas and meatball dishes as well as a full bar, according to a company release. The Plano location will be Sfereco's fourth location after its restaurants in downtown Dallas, Lewisville and the River Walk in Flower Mound. A fifth Sfereco location is also planned in Farmers Branch later this year, according to the company release. The Plano location will feature a private event space as well as a patio that can accommodate up to 50 diners. 469-312-3009 (Lewisville location).

3. Mendocino Farms, a fast-casual restaurant known for its wide-ranging and seasonally inspired menu options, is scheduled to open in August at Legacy West in Plano. The eatery, which will be located at 7700 Windrose Ave., specializes in sandwiches and salads. The menu also features grain bowls such as the Smoky Chicken Elote Bowl, which features al pastor chicken, a corn and guajillo broth, zucchini, ancient grains, shredded cabbage and more, according to its website. The company, which has locations across California and Texas, has a countdown to the Plano restaurant's scheduled opening at 11 a.m. on Aug. 2 on its website. A phone number for this location is not yet available.

4. Sports bar and restaurant Twin Peaks is slated to open a new location at 3312 N. Central Expressway, Plano. Twin Peaks offers wall-to-wall televisions showing sporting events, draft beer served in frosted mugs, a scratch kitchen and more. Construction on Twin Peaks’ new 6,765-square-foot building is set to begin in September and continue into March of next year, according to a filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. The estimated cost for the restaurant is $2.78 million, per the listing. A phone number and an opening date have not yet been announced for the restaurant.

5. A new Firehouse Subs restaurant is being built at 901 Central Expressway, Ste. 300, Plano. Work on the 1,150-square-foot restaurant is slated to be complete in July, according to a listing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. The restaurant offers hot and cold sandwiches as well as salads and more. A phone number is not yet available, and an opening date has not been announced.