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Hookline Brings a Modern Take on Gulf Fare to Plano’s Granite Park

The seafood-obsessed eatery hits Plano this Fall

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Hookline, a locally-sourced mashup of all things Cajun, Southern and delicious is coming to Granite Park in Plano this fall.

The new spot will be a modernized take on sister restaurant Hook Line & Sinker, a chain that’s served up buckets of shrimp, crawfish, and fried seafood for 21 years. The restaurant will occupy a space on The Boardwalk at 5805 Granite Parkway, serving up a slightly more upscale vibe than its sister eatery while keeping the same casual charm.

As far as the food is concerned, Hookline will offer some of the same items, but aims for a slightly more upscale-but-casual vibe with options like NOLA-style shrimp and grits, scallops with country ham, and of course, a classic low country boil. A raw bar with oysters, ceviche, and shrimp will also be a fixture of the restaurant. According to a release, Executive Chef Aaron Nelson plans to source food from small, local farms whenever possible and will even bring his own home-grown produce to the restaurant.

Hookline is expected to make its Plano debut sometime this fall.

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