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Popular Deep Ellum Eatery Ebb & Flow Heads North to Plano

The hotspot’s second outpost will debut at the Shops at Legacy

A patio space with lush greenery hanging from the ceiling, glassed doors, and tables with chairs
Ebb & Flow’s luxe interior in Deep Ellum
Ebb & Flow [Official Photo]
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Popular Deep Ellum eatery Ebb and Flow has plans for a second location, this time in Plano.

A press release announces that Ebb and Flow will debut its second location sometime this spring at 7300 Lone Star Drive. It’s located inside the Shops at Legacy, the bustling suburban development that houses a slew local restaurants like Village Burger Bar, Mi Cocina, Mexican Sugar, and Bob’s Steak and Chop House, along with residential and retail space.

The restaurant will take over the 3,000 square foot space formerly occupied by pizzeria Coal Vines, along with its sprawling outdoor patio. Like the Deep Ellum location, expect “eye-catching chandeliers,” intricate tile floors, and a flower-laden patio at Ebb & Flow in plano.

Opened by restaurateur Dallas Hale and former Bomb Factory manager Eric Bradford, Ebb and Flow quickly became both a dining and cocktail destination in Deep Ellum after it debuted in 2019.

As far as the food is concerned, look forward to dishes like Cuban sandwich egg rolls, toasted ravioli, burgers made with Akaushi beef, and turkey stroganoff. Boozy options include frozen watermelon Moscow mules and two dozen beers on tap.

Ebb & Flow is expected to arrive in Plano in March. Stay tuned for an official opening date.