Taco Joint’s first foray outside of Dallas will begin in Plano, at the Heritage Creekside development.
The Tex-Mex restaurant expects to open this fall with a large patio, creative murals and a menu that includes a variety of tacos and mixed drinks.
“Heritage Creekside takes pride in the many restaurant and retail experiences we offer,” said president of Rosewood Property Company Rick Perdue in a release. “Adding Taco Joint to the restaurant lineup provides a new type of cuisine for our nearby residents to discover and enjoy, continuing our quest to be a premier dining destination in Plano.”
Taco Joint offers breakfast tacos all day as well as lunch and dinner menu items, including its signature brisket tacos, avacado queso porkiladas and Monday Hangover Plate.
The Tex-Mex restaurant opened its first location in Dallas in 2008 and now has four locations within the city. In addition to its upcoming Plano location, Taco Joint expects to open two more restaurants in Dallas by the end of 2021.
“We are so excited to expand Taco Joint’s presence across [Dallas-Fort Worth], and Heritage Creekside is the perfect area to develop outside of Dallas,” said Taco Joint partner Corey McCauley in the release. “Taco Joint is a wonderful addition to Heritage Creekside’s restaurant offerings. This is a great opportunity to be part of this dynamic place to live, work and play, as well as bring our unique flavor to the thriving Plano community.”
Heritage Creekside’s first phase of development includes restaurants and retail such as Flying Fish, Rodeo Goat and Orangetheory Fitness, as well as single-family homes, townhomes and apartment communities. The second phase of the 156-acre mixed-use space will include up to 2.5 million square feet of office space and two hotels.
Taco Joint’s current menu and locations can be found at www.thetacojoint.com. 214-826-8226 (Peak Street, Dallas)