Bar and restaurant Ace's Sports Hangar opens in Richardson

Ace's Sports Hangar menu includes a variety of shareable appetizers and American-style grill options, such as nachos, burgers, wings, and chicken and waffles. (Courtesy Kathy Tran)
Ace's Sports Hangar menu includes a variety of shareable appetizers and American-style grill options, such as nachos, burgers, wings, and chicken and waffles. (Courtesy Kathy Tran)

Ace's Sports Hangar menu includes a variety of shareable appetizers and American-style grill options, such as nachos, burgers, wings, and chicken and waffles. (Courtesy Kathy Tran)

Ace’s Sport Hangar opened Aug. 13 in the CityLine development at 1250 State St., Ste. 800, Richardson. The menu includes a variety of shareable appetizers and American-style grill options, such as nachos, burgers, wings, and chicken and waffles. The restaurant also has a full-service bar.

“Ace’s Sports Hangar is a welcoming environment where guests can enjoy a quick lunch, happy hour with coworkers or a dinner date with friends,” co-owner Candace Kuhn said in an Aug. 16 news release.

Ace’s Sports Hangar plans to host regular entertainment ranging from poker nights to sports watching parties, live trivia, karaoke and guest DJs, according to the release.

“With entertainment options most nights of the week ... we offer something for everyone. We are excited to be a part of CityLine and look forward to serving the community for many years to come,” Kuhn said in the release.

The 2,500-square-foot location includes an outdoor patio. 972-863-8856. https://www.facebook.com/Aces-Sports-Hangar-Cityline-2068104596741496/




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