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French Dip Sandwiches Debut Next Week at Legacy Hall

It’s the newest restaurant from Crossroads Diner owner Tom Fleming

David Varley

Chez Dip, Legacy Hall’s newest destination for sandwiches, is officially ready to open its doors.

The brand new stall will open inside the food hall at 7800 Windrose Avenue in Plano next week, according to a press release. Fleming said he was drawn to the “European-style” food hall and thought french dip sandwiches would fit in well with its other diverse food offerings. “Our goal is to keep it simple and do it well,” Fleming said in a statement. “We want to make the best hot sandwiches around, with the best ingredients – our roast beef and turkey are sourced from several companies right here in North Texas.”

Chez Dip’s hot sandwiches like its Classic French Dip are made with roasted Black Angus beef layered on a baguette baked in-house. This one’s topped with melted smoked gouda cheese, pickled red onions, and roasted garlic aioli, with a side of beef jus for dipping. The Roasted Turkey Dip involves herb roasted turkey breast, red pepper hummus, tomato caper relish, and a side of beef jus. Sandwiches come in six and eight-inch sizes and are served with Fleming’s signature béarnaise potato salad or a bag of potato chips.

Prior to opening Chez Dip French Dip Sandwiches, Fleming has served as executive chef for acclaimed North Texas restaurants like Mediterraneo, Riviera, Lombardi Mare, Pappas Brothers’ Steak House, Old Hickory Steakhouse at the Gaylord Texan, and Central 214, before opening his own Crossroads Cafe. Before that he helped launch Boston’s French fine dining stalwart Brasserie Jo, which won the James Beard Award for “Best New Restaurant” in 1996.

Chez Dip will officially open Monday, December 17 and will operate Sunday through Wednesday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Thursday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Legacy Hall

7800 Windrose Avenue, , TX 75024 (972) 846-4255 Visit Website

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