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Fast-Casual Chain Hawaiian Bros. Continues Its DFW Takeover With Five New Locations

Outposts of the plate lunch favorite will open in Dallas, Addison, Frisco, and more

Meat, rice, macaroni salad, and pineapple in a white paper takeout container.
A plate lunch from Hawaiian Bros.
Kathy Tran for Hawaiian Bros.
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Fast-casual chain Hawaiian Bros., known for its island-inspired plate lunches, will continue its takeover of Dallas-Fort Worth with five new locations in the coming months.

The chain is set to debut locations in Dallas, Allen, Addison, Little Elm, and Frisco in the coming months. First up is the Frisco outpost, which is expected to arrive in late September September. Restaurants in Little Elm, Greenville Avenue, and Addison will follow in October, and the Allen location will open in November. The new locations join previously opened locations of Hawaiian Bros in Denton, Garland, and Fort Worth.

Scope out addresses and opening dates for all five locations below:

  • Frisco — 11560 Dallas Parkway, opening September 28
  • Little Elm — 8820 FM 423, opening October 12
  • Dallas — 6011 Greenville Avenue, opening October 19
  • Addison — 3825 Belt Line Road, opening October 26
  • Allen — 810 West Stacy Road, opening November 9

A Kansas City export that opened in 2018, the chain has planned extensive growth throughout Texas in the coming months. As many as 21 restaurants are either open are in the works for the Lone Star State, including outposts in Austin, San Marcos, and Houston.

For those who are unfamiliar with Hawaiian Bros., expect a menu of dishes inspired by classic Hawaiian plate lunches loaded with slow-roasted pork or hulu huli chicken, and hefty scoops of white rice and macaroni salad. Combo plates are also on the menu, along with Spam musubi and creamy pineapple soft serve.