Heritage Creekside Development Announces Rodeo Goat Ice House and Flying Fish Restaurant

With all the big businesses opening soon in west Plano and all the cool, artsy stuff going on in downtown Plano, it’s easy for citizens in the central part of town to feel a little left out.

No more.

We all know the under-construction Heritage Creekside mixed-use development along Plano Parkway between Alma and Custer has promised to bring apartments (they’re already showing up), along with retailers and restaurants. Nearby residents have eagerly awaited what’s coming.

Rosewood Property Company announced today that two restaurants, Rodeo Goat Ice House and Flying Fish, will open at Plano’s Heritage Creekside later this year.

Flying Fish, an homage to east Texas lakeside joints, will serve fresh seafood along with beer, wine and homemade margaritas. Rodeo Goat Ice House will be a family-friendly hangout serving burgers and beer. If the Dallas and Ft. Worth locations are any indicator, this place is gonna be wildly popular.

Flying Fish restaurant // photo courtesy Heritage Creekside
Rodeo Goat Ice House restaurant // photo courtesy Heritage Creekside

The two restaurants will take advantage of the natural creek that runs through the property between George Bush Turnpike and Plano Parkway, the same creek that the adjacent Dallas North Estates and Pittman Creek Estates neighborhoods enjoy.

Bill Flaherty, president of Rosewood Property Company, also expects a pedestrian/bike bridge to be installed across the creek by mid-2017.

When completed, Heritage Creekside will include up to 1,300 multi-family apartment units, several hundred single-family townhouses and homes, retail and a corporate office campus with up to 2.5 million square feet of office space. The property, which has been owned by the Hunt family for more than 50 years, has remained largely undeveloped.

Architects’ rendering of Heritage Creekside in Plano // courtesy Heritage Creekside
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