On Saturday night, I met friends at Whiskey Cake. I called ahead and got our names on the wait list. Good job I did—by the time we arrived the wait time was two hours! Why? Because Whiskey Cake is outstanding. And, no doubt, so will be the new wine bar the owners of Whiskey Cake and Mexican Sugar are planning on opening in Plano this summer.
Aptly named Sixty Vines, the wine bar will offer Plano diners a variety of 36 wines, which will be complimented by a menu inspired by the wine culture of the Napa and Sonoma valleys. On the menu of this new Plano restaurant we can expect staples such as pasta and pizza, as well as desserts—and if they’re anywhere near as good as the Goat Cheese Fondue and legendary Whiskey Cake of Whiskey Cake, there can be, no doubt, that Front Burner Restaurants will have another hit on their hands!
It’ll be “right across the parking lot,” Whiskey Cake told us—at 3701 Dallas Parkway, in the spot previously occupied by Abuelos Mexican restaurant.
Yet another tasty addition to the Plano restaurant scene! Other restaurants opening soon include Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House, Hash House A Go Go, The Royale, Jaspers Richardson, Cafe Izmir, Julia Pearl, and the HUB Streat Food Port coming to Downtown Plano. Meanwhile a few new additions that have already opened and are certainly worth a try are Hugs Café in McKinney, a place to work for special needs adults, Studio Movie Grill and SNAP Kitchen.