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Détour Will Bring Wine & Charcuterie To Plano’s Forthcoming Legacy Hall

The sophisticated new stall features influences from Italy and Spain

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The lineup at Plano’s forthcoming Legacy Hall just continues to get stronger. Today, the group behind the hall has announced that it will soon play host to a globally-inspired wine and charcuterie concept called Détour.

Announced via release, Détour will add a little European vibe to Legacy Hall when it opens later this fall. The newly-announced stall will serve up a menu of cheeses and cured meats from Italy, Spain, and the U.S., along with a selection of sustainably-made natural and organic wines that will be available both for take-home purchase and sold by the glass.

Détour will open on the first floor of Legacy Hall, where more than 20 vendors will serve everything from “Asian Chipotle” style fare to John Tesar’s famously meaty burgers. The space will offer bar seating and small tables, making it perfect for a quick appetizer spot before moving on to heartier fare elsewhere at Legacy Hall.

Détour is expected to make its debut along with the rest of Legacy Hall’s new eateries when it arrives in Fall 2017. No official opening date has been set just yet.