Anticipated Plano Restaurant Openings in 2021

photo Cody Berg
photo Cody Berg

151 Coffee
Plano’s location of 151 Coffee closed in 2020 for renovations but has confirmed it will reopen Jan. 7. The new and improved location will include the addition of open-air seating. 151 Coffee serves a wide assortment of hot and cold coffee drinks, as well as shakes, smoothies, energy drinks and infused teas.

Location: 1151 Preston Rd
Projected reopening: Jan. 7

Beerhead Bar and Eatery
Beerhead began in 2012 and began franchising in 2015. Ashish and Anthony Patel, cousins and Plano residents, planned to open a Lakeside Market location in 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic caused delays. Now, they have hopes to open in March 2021. The restaurant will include, of course, plenty of beer as well as burgers, queso, mac ‘n cheese, pizza and other bar food.

Location: 5805 Preston Rd Suite G594
Projected opening: March

Black Rifle Coffee Company
Evan Hafer, a U.S. military veteran, founded Black Rifle Coffee Company as a way to share his love for coffee and support fellow veterans, law enforcement officers, and first responders. Every coffee purchased gives back to that community. The Plano location will have indoor seating as well as a drive-through.

Location: 901 Central Expressway
Projected opening: Spring

Blu’s BBQ
Zachary Bergenholtz, Plano native, owns the popular Blu’s BBQ in Far North Dallas. He has shared plans to open a Plano location this year. The restaurant serves beef brisket, chicken, pulled pork, sausage and turkey. Blu’s has been recognized by the Dallas Observer as one of Dallas’s five best BBQ joints.

Location: Northwest Plano
Projected opening: 2021

BoomerJacks Grill & Bar
BoomerJacks is a Texas sports bar designed to entertain. Enjoy games on big tv screens with classic American food and cold drinks at an affordable price. Their Plano location will be opening soon.

Location: 5430 State Hwy 121
Projected opening: mid-February

Brasão Brazilian Steakhouse
Brasão Brazilian Steakhouse is coming to the Shops at Legacy this spring. Enjoy authentic, rodizio-style dining featuring premium cuts of meat, a salad bar, cheese and cured meats, desserts and a full-service bar.

Location: 5741 Legacy Dr Suite 100
Projected opening: Spring

Daq’s Luxury Daquiri Lounge
Enjoy frozen daquiris, street tacos and flatbreads at Daq’s Luxury Daquiri Lounge starting this month. The locally owned lounge is designed to feel posh, but comfortable. The menu can be purchased in house, to go, or via their drive-through.

Location: 8700 Preston Rd Suite 127
Projected opening: Jan. 15

Deluxe Market and Grill
Locally owned and operated, Deluxe Market and Grill will serve Mediterranean barbecue buffet-style, where servers assemble plates and guests do not come into contact with the food or utensils. The market side will sell fresh ingredients to take home and prepare, including sausages, fresh-squeezed juices and an assortment of cheeses.

Location: 3291 Independence Pkwy Suite 400
Projected Opening: March

Dunn Brothers Coffee
This location of Dunn Brothers will be opening in conjunction with an expansion of Summit Climbing Gym’s Plano location. The shop will be a full-service café serving coffee, breakfast, lunch, dinner, beer and wine.

Location: 525 Talbert Dr
Projected opening: Feb. 15

Latin Deli
Fernando Barrera, a Mexico City native, opened Latin Deli in Addison and Dallas. Now, he is expanding to Plano. Latin Deli has a range of Latin-inspired dishes made fresh-to-order. The menu includes sandwiches, crepes, salads, coffee, smoothies, cupcakes and cookies.

Location: 2237 W 15th St
Projected opening: March

Urban Seafood Company
The Shea family, who own Urban Crust and Urban Rio, are opening the anxiously-awaited Urban Seafood. Inspired by the seafood restaurants they’ve visited in Boston, Nantucket and San Francisco, Urban Seafood Company will include an oyster bar, clams, mussels, lobster, and other seafood dishes. The new building will also house a Pilates studio.

Location: 1104 14th St
Projected opening: 2021

We reported in 2020 that The Standard Pour would be opening an outpost at the Shops at Legacy. Unfortunately the owners have decided not to move forward with this location.

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