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Saucy bakery makes its DFW debut
Don’t bring the kids to Better Than Sex, a new “dessert restaurant” that just opened its doors at 1010 East 15th Street in Plano. According to the Dallas Morning News, the new sweet shop boasts treats like the “Milfshake,” chocolate-rimmed glasses of wine, and a giant Texas-shaped, bacon-spiked waffle called “the Big D.” It’s the fourth U.S. location for the budding bawdy bakery chain, which will definitely host a billion giggly bachelorette parties and awkward dates.
Sizzling Asian platters are in the works for Plano
Also in Plano dining news, a new restaurant called SizzleIt will soon bring Asian dishes served on sizzling platters to a space at 1820 Coit Road. Per CultureMap, the restaurant is a project of Taiwanese restaurateur Anthony Tseng, and will allow diners to build their own platters of sizzling proteins (think chicken, beef, or shrimp) paired with rice, corn, and plenty of sauces (soy-garlic, ginger) for an extra kick of flavor. Expect SizzleIt to arrive sometime this fall.
Neighborhood Goods plots Austin expansion
DFW’s “hip and fancy” department store Neighborhood Goods has set its sights on Austin. Eater Austin reports that the store/restaurant combo will debut at the bustling Music Lane development on South Congress Avenue sometime next year.