Campisi's, a Dallas-based Italian restaurant, is relocating its Plano location from 3115 W. Parker Road to 4709 W. Parker Road, Ste. 400, in the first week of April. The new restaurant will provide delivery services throughout Plano. The company, which has 10 locations in the Dallas area, is also celebrating its 70th year in the Metroplex. 972-612-1177. www.campisis.com
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“For our students to be able to have a place this fine to display their talents is just a dream come true,” Plano ISD Superintendent Sara Bonser said.