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Here are the 5 newest businesses to debut in Plano

Want to find out about the newest businesses to open in Plano? From a place to score handcrafted Mexican ice cream to a plant-based takeout joint, read on to see the newest hot spots to make their debut near you.

Ha Paleteria

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Ha Paleteria is a spot to score ice cream and frozen yogurt and more that's located at 1601 K Ave.

According to its website, "ha means means 'water,' means 'rain' in Mayan and, at the end, it’s the beginning of life as we know it." In addition to handcrafted popsicles and more, the menu offers nachos, churros and more.

Cava

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Wander over to 7501 Windrose Ave., Suite D170, and you'll find Cava, a new Mediterranean spot. Yelpers are fans of Cava: it's got five stars out of 13 reviews, so far. The business has multiple locations on the East Coast, in Texas and in California.

Customize your bowl with a base, a choice of dips and spreads, a protein and toppings. House-made soft drinks and teas are available to complement your meal.

Son of a Butcher 

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Son of a Butcher is a new traditional American spot that's located at 7800 Windrose Ave., Legacy Hall.

On the menu, you'll find a variety of burgers, fries, shakes and desserts. Try the PB3+J Burger, with American cheese, peanut butter, blackberry jam, bacon and caramelized onions. Add to that the Buffalo blue and nacho-stacked waffle fries.

360 Pies

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360 Pies is a new spot to score pizza and more that's located at 4006 W. Plano Parkway, Suite 160. It has another location in Allen.

Dough is made in-house daily and the menu offers classic and internationally inspired fare. Try the Greek pizza, with tzatziki sauce, gyro meat, crumbled feta, lettuce, tomato and black olives.

Nature's Plate

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Nature's Plate is a health market and vegan and gluten-free spot that opened recently at 8404 Preston Road, Suite 226.

It offers all plant-based meals to go. The BBQ Plate features baked tofu with house-made sauce, mashed potatoes and broccoli. This spot also provides BYOB cooking classes.


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