While this is mainly a place to find costume supplies, it's also a very unique shop to find various used clothes, shoes, jewelry, clothing accessories, props, and anything related to dressing up. They're stocked floor-to-ceiling in this place, and the ailes are ver very narrow. This shop is unique in the fact that it's overflowing with personality and is possibly the most claustrophobic store in all of DFW.
This is part of a chain that has locations around the country. While this is officially a bar, they're still a good place to get some really good chicken wings, burgers, and various other finger foods. Almost everything there can be coated in one of 14 different sauces ranging from a mild and sweet BBQ sauce to their unbearably hot Blazin'.
Just a few of Thai Samba's signature dishes are, pepper steak, garlic chicken, cashew chicken, seafood noodle and seafood chili paste, lemon grass, and crab meat fried rice, which satisfy meat lovers as well as non-meat eaters. Located outside Collin Creek Mall Across From Macy's Around The Corner From JoAnn Fabrics Next To Verizon Wireless.
The highlight of the new lobby is The Bistro which provides healthy offerings in the morning, plus dinner service with cocktail selections in the evening. Also has 2 meeting rooms, great for business meetings or social gatherings such as reunions and showers.
A great place to drink, with a wide variety of beers, ciders and mixed drinks. Along with that they also have some tasty finger foods and sandwiches to go along with your alcohol. People can reserve the large room in the back for social gatherings.
Hosts Dillard’s and Macy’s department stores, an Apple store, and upscale shopping at Neiman Marcus and Coach. The Willow Bend mall has over 150 other shops and restaurants, located just north of the George Bush Turnpike on the Dallas North Tollway.
The Angelika plays an impressive and diverse mix of independent films, and is the definitive cinema of choice for filmmakers and film lovers alike. Inside, the Café offers a light gourmet fare along with coffees, Champagne, beer and wine.
All the delightful flavors of Polish cuisine in an upscale art cafe. If Polish food is completely foreign to you, then try the Tate of Poland for $25. It's big enough for two. A small Polish foods market and deli are also on site.
A small to medium sized outlet mall. It's not as big and exciting as Grapevine Mills, but you can find some interesting things here if you don't mind poking around. The largest business here is Garden Ridge.
This little place has very good homemade, authentic Mexican food. Has dine-in or carry-out and is very reasonably priced. Serves breakfast/lunch/dinner. Don't forget the sopaipillas for dessert!
An excellent pub located in Plano's historic district. This is one of several pubs located close together, making for an excellent pub crawl. It's usually very noisy and crowded on the weekends.
Serving unique and wonderful types of pizza. They'll make more traditional pizza styles as well if you're not feeling adventurous. Located at Willow Bend Mall.
A 200-acre park with a 2.3-mile paved path, a 2-mile unpaved path for off-road cycling, and many unpaved paths for pedestrians.
A large two-story mall. This is an older mall, and there are stores for just about everyone in most price ranges.
Museum started by a pest control specialist, featuring dead as well as very much alive and hissing cockroaches.
All suite hotel ideal for hotel stays of 1 or over 30 days. Fully equipped kitchen, living area, free WiFi.
A basketball court in the neighborhood of Stoney Hollow. With a 2 dollar Admission fee.
Offers 20 meeting rooms with 32,000 sq. ft. of meeting space. Complimentary shuttle.
Some of the best sushi in Plano. BYOB. Ask for the daily special menu.
Stylish, affordable rooms and suites. Free Wifi. Free Breakfast.
Ultramodern hotel with meeting space and package deals on rooms.
Cheap and delicious South Indian joint. Check it out.
Free continental breakfast from 6AM util 10AM.
Fully equipped kitchens and pet friendly!