Allumette Cafe coming to Downtown Plano this summer

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Chef James Coulter is expected to open Allumette Cafe this summer at 1045 15th Place, Ste. 159, Plano. The cafe will serve artisan-crafted food, including sandwiches, salads and daily bistro meals. Allumette Cafe will make most items from scratch, use organic and farm-to-table products and cure its own bacon. 972-649-6676. www.allumettecafe.com
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