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Hookline Brings Classic Seafood Dishes to Plano

The bright new eatery is now open for lunch and dinner

Grilled oysters, hush puppies, and more await
Courtesy Hookline
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Today, bright and breezy new seafood eatery Hookline arrives in Plano, bringing the ‘burb a swanky new option for Gulf shrimp, oysters, and more.

The upscale new eatery comes from Del Sur Restaurant Group, the minds behind Hook Line & Sinker and Urban Taco, and is now officially open for lunch and dinner at 5872 State Highway. Chef and culinary director Aaron Nelson describes the menu at Hookline as “Gulf Coast, Low Country” inspired fare, and diners can look forward to classic offerings from the sea, like shrimp and grits, low-country boils, and a raw bar stocked with East Coast oysters and ceviche.

In addition to a spacious, coast-inspired dining room, Hookline also offers up an expansive patio with plenty of room for sipping cocktails (or beer) alongside peel-and-eat shrimp and a few platters of oysters. At The Boardwalk at Granite Park, Hookline joins an outpost of popular Dallas burger joint Chip’s Hamburgers that opened back in May, and the forthcoming Union Bear Brewing Company.

Hookline is now open for lunch and dinner Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.