We Plano peeps sure do love our food. So what could be better than a local hub full of unique dining spots? Check out Richardson Restaurant Park located at 744 S. Central Expressway between Belt Line and Spring Valley. From tacos to gyros, they have what you’ve been craving.
Dog Haus Biergarten
Dog Haus Biergarten is the absolute wurst, in the best way. This premier hot dog, sausage and burger joint approaches an old school concept with a new twist. The menu consists of all beef Haus dogs, handcrafted Haus sausages and black angus beef all served on grilled King’s Hawaiian rolls, making every bite a delicious mix of sweet and savory. The 24 beers on tap are carefully curated to feature rotating national and local craft brews. Come for the food, come for the drinks or just come to play outdoor games because everyone has a good time at Dog Haus.Dog Haus Biergarten >
Even Stevens Sandwich Co.
Even Stevens Sandwich Company cares deeply about both its craft and its cause. Its craft: serving up fresh perspectives on traditional recipes. Its cause: donating a sandwich to a local non-profit with every sandwich sold. Pretty cool. The quality ingredients making up these carefully constructed sandwiches are intentionally selected to provide a fresh and flavorful meal. Try one at breakfast, lunch or dinner. Even Stevens also has bragging rights on a beautiful outdoor patio.Even Stevens Sandwich Co. >
Flying Biscuit Café
Can you say comfort food? Whether craving breakfast at 7 p.m. or just a good ol’ home-cooked meal, the Southern-inspired menu at Flying Biscuit is perfect any time of day. If breakfast food isn’t your thing, Flying Biscuit also whips up delicious sandwiches, pot roast and wraps. It is known for its perfectly buttery biscuits, of which more than 5,000 a week are proudly served!Flying Biscuit Café >
Hiccups Tea House and Churroholic
When completed later this year as part of the park’s Phase Three, this combined location of California-based Hiccups Tea House and Churroholic will provide customers with bites and beverages to satisfy any snack craving. Churroholic’s freshly made, warm churros are perfect with its selection of flavored coffees, or make the perfect buns for an ice cream sandwich. Hiccups Tea House serves a fusion of Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese cuisine, including hot dishes like bulgogi fries, garlic noodles and savory pho alongside an extensive hot and cold drink menu with milk teas, specialty teas, hot chocolate, ice teas, slushies and smoothies (all available with boba, fruit or jelly add-ins).Hiccups Tea House > Churroholic >
OMG Tacos does not serve fast food; it serves fresh food as fast as it can. Luckily for us, it brings SoCal-style tacos deep into the heart of Texas. The fusion street tacos, California style burritos, carne asada loaded fries and quesadillas are made with the freshest ingredients, customized to each taco lover’s preference. Once this location opens in March, don’t miss out on the OMG elotes topped with hot Cheetos.OMG Tacos >
Pop Bar is a sweet-lover’s paradise. Serving all-natural, handcrafted, customizable gelato on a stick, Pop Bar is the perfect treat at any party or great for a time when your sweet tooth is kicking in. The Pop Bar menu consists of classic popBars, gelato on a stick dipped in toppings; popWiches, gelato served between two crunchy chocolate cookies; popBites, bite-sized gelato snacks; miniPops that are half the size but twice the fun and Gelato Shakes.Pop Bar >
The Halal Guys
From starting off as a New York City hot dog cart to now thriving as an international restaurant chain, The Halal Guys have served American Halal Food for 25 years. This melting pot of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean flavors can now be found in Richardson. Serving up sandwiches and platters of chicken, gyro, hummus and falafel, The Halal Guys know how to season to perfection. And if you are in the mood for something sweet, the baklava is calling your name.The Halal Guys >
Restaurant space is still available for lease in Richardson Restaurant Park’s soon-to-be-completed Phase Three. If interested call Brandon Harris at 214-996-9992.
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