Salute America’s workforce this Labor Day by enjoying one of these awesome events around Plano!
Happy Labor Day everyone from the Real McCoys!
Texas Pool Labor Day Party
Take a dip on Labor Day at the Texas Pool as they wrap up the 2018 season! The Texas Pool Labor Day Party is from noon to 6:00 pm on Monday, September 3rd. Food, pool games and fun! The snack bar will be open and the grills will be hot. Coolers with food and non-alcoholic beverages welcome. 5-OHH BBQ and KONA Ice Truck will be on location.
Admission is free for Texas Pool members, everyone else is $10/person.
The historic Texas pool is a 168,000 gallon saltwater pool shaped like Texas. It is a nonprofit, membership supported community pool with a diving board, two water slides, island, and shallow wading area for small children. The Texas Pool season runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Less than a year after announcing the move, Boeing is doubling the size of its office in Plano’s Legacy West development.
The Chicago-based aerospace firm has rented another large block of offices at the northwest corner of Legacy Drive and the Dallas North Tollway.
In April 2017, Boeing announced it was moving the headquarters for its new global services division to the $3 billion Legacy West project, joining Toyota, Liberty Mutual Insurance, JPMorgan Chase and FedEx Office.
“Yes, Boeing is expanding its footprint in Legacy West,” said spokeswoman Lisa Maull. “We will add another 35,000 square feet to accommodate global services as well as growth in some other capability areas within Boeing.
“This added capacity will allow for more than 200 employees at this location.”
Boeing created the global services division in 2016 to expand its revenues from servicing aircraft and related businesses. It originally said the Plano location would have a few dozen workers.
Boeing’s Plano office is located above the shopping and retail buildings along Windrose Avenue.
“We are very excited with Boeing growing their presence at Legacy West,” developer Fehmi Karahan. “With their lease our office space is not quite full but we are close to getting there.”
Other tenants in the office complex include shared office provider WeWork, Fidelity Investments and Toyota Connected. Landing the Boeing office was one of the most high-profile business deals in North Texas in 2017.
Boeing said it chose to locate its new division here because of the geographic location and access to a large, talented labor pool.
Stan Deal on Why Boeing Global Services Chose Plano in its ‘Quest to Disrupt’ Aerospace
Boeing Global Services opened its headquarters in Plano last year with a lot of media attention, and a focus on meeting the needs of government, space, and commercial customers around the globe. President and CEO Stan Deal took time from his busy schedule to answer a few questions about how and why Boeing Global Services chose North Texas for its home.
Tell us about Boeing Global Services operations here in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Boeing launched its Global Services business unit in July 2017, operating alongside Commercial Airplanes and Defense, Space and Security. This dedicated services business focuses on sustainment needs of government, space, and commercial customers worldwide.
Global Services’ headquarters, located in Plano, is home to approximately 75 employees — and growing — and spans the globe with approximately 20,000 employees. Our business brings innovative services solutions to customers in four key capability areas: Supply Chain, Engineering, Modifications & Maintenance, Digital Aviation & Analytics, and Training & Professional Services.
What excites you most about 2018?
Growth! Our quest to disrupt and rapidly evolve the aerospace services industry in order to capture more of the estimated $2.6 trillion, 10-year service market is an aspirational journey with Plano at the center. We’re off to a great start with more than $16.5 billion in orders in 2017. This represents growth of more than 6 percent from the previous year, and I’m really excited about continuing that trajectory into and beyond 2018.
We see an emerging need and significant near-term growth for digital analytics in particular. Boeing’s digital solutions business is healthy and growing because of the value we bring to our customers. Just one example is our real-time analytics product, Airplane Health Management (AHM), which allows Boeing to evaluate up to 2 million conditions each day to determine when alerts should be generated across nearly 4,400 airplanes. One of our 787 customers tells us they are able to reduce turn times an average of 10 percent by using AHM’s decision-support utilities. This is just the tip of the iceberg. We also partner with our government customers to provide analytics-enabled services that help meet mission requirements. There’s a huge opportunity here to improve aircraft readiness rates and productivity using digital solutions.
Art Installation at Legacy West
At the Boeing headquarters in St. Louis, The Boeing Company proudly celebrates their more than 100 year history with an impressive Air and Space History Exhibit which portrays milestone events and displays models of aircraft and spacecraft that played pivotal roles in shaping the history of aerospace.
In Legacy West, Plano, home of the Boeing Global Services headquarters, a similar, though much smaller exhibit has just been opened. The display of large-scale models is visible outside on the west side of the Boeing office in the Legacy West complex and represents many of the commercial and defense products Boeing services including the F/A-18 Super Hornet, P-8A Poseidon, 787-9 Dreamliner, 737-800 BCF, C-17 Globemaster III, 767-300BCF, 777-300ER, and CH-47 Chinook.
Spotting it isn’t easy though. Standing on the west side of Windrose Avenue, look up and east.
Within the past year, millennials have risen to the top in becoming the single largest generation of Americans. There are currently around 84 million members of this thriving demographic, outnumbering the once-dominant baby boomer generation by nearly 10 million. Naturally, being the largest age group in America, millennials have a lot of power in shaping the future real estate market, which is why it’s so critical to pay attention to their views on real estate investing and other investing opportunities.
8 Ways Millenials Affect the Housing Market
1. Cost savings
According to the NAR report, home purchases soar up to 13 percent among multigenerational households. A multigeneration household primarily consists of adult siblings, adult children, parents and/or grandparents. The data represents younger boomers representing a huge segment of multigenerational buyers. The majority are the ones who said that the primary reason for the purchase is because the adult children are moving back into their house.
2. Wage growth
Recession subsided in the last quarter of 2014, and with this, companies have initiated the hiring spree once again. There are millennials, who have managed to survive the pressure of recession and performed well, have been rewarded with a good boost in their remuneration. Moreover, there are sectors such as oil and gas, as well as engineering and health care, that have seen a major boost in the past few quarters. Individuals, experienced or fresh talent, who are entering the fields are getting good pay packages and thus have a high purchasing power to rotate money in the sector.
3. The technological boost
Regardless of their age, the young homebuyers are fast approaching the World Wide Web for their dream home. More than 88 percent of real estate investors voyage through real estate portals for a home to satiate their selling or buying needs. Millennials are making use of mobile apps, Internet and various other online services to get the task done. Technology has given a good boost to each sector, and real estate is no exception. The vulnerable millennial era has also not been able to escape the charm and is rotating money accordingly.
4. A look at the regions
A common thread that runs in the millennial herd is their inclination toward city living and high propensity to rent. These two factors have contributed to urban transformation, a sharp surge in the demand for apartments and a range of development activities in different parts of the world.
Global markets, such as the real estate market in India, America, Europe and Canada. There are cities including Bangalore, Hyderabad, Boston, Seattle and similar regions that are flocked to by young professionals and individuals at a very high rate. The real estate markets in these prominent countries are affected by the millennials and their mushrooming investment activities in a positive way.
Global real estate market contributes more than one-fourth of the economic GDP, and this is how millennials are helping the global market.
5. Commercial realty factor
By the year 2025, millennials will cover more than 75 percent of the global workforce. This is one demographic that has not been raised by the office landlords lately. The commercial market is one of the integral parts of any real estate market. The young generation is interested in living in a locality that places them closer to their work setting. The builders realize that fact and thus are increasingly stationing commercial hubs in such areas. Movement of millennials in big cities for work and a better life has also given a boost to the global real estate market, and thus the world’s demographics are changing.
6. Economic turbulence for good
Foreign investors might still find high-end real estate markets like that of America or India lucrative, which owes to economic turbulence in their home countries. This can be explained by the famous example of the U.K., which is toying with a so-called “mansion tax,” and then there is another case of China, as well.
China has put restrictions on home purchases in urban cities. Further, the foreign money rotators also fear currency fluctuation, which results in a devaluing of money they hold in their home countries. The swapping activity is actually positively affecting the real estate markets of targeted countries.
The nations are benefiting each other, and this is another aspect that is well-supported by the millennials as migration is also happening at the very same rate.
These are some of the highlighted factors that are affecting the global real estate markets in the coming years. The younger generation is ruling the business, as well as the professional arena, and is giving a good boost to the entire market.
7. Raising Up the Neighborhood
Millennials will move to cities for several reasons including low cost of living, economic opportunity and general quality of life. The following U.S. metropolitan areas had the highest and lowest young adult growth in 2010-2015, according to the Millennial Generation report which was released by the Brookings Institution in January 2018. Each of the 10 fastest-growing areas below—with growth rates exceeding 10 percent—is located in the South or West.
8. Real Estate Investing
Millennials are most likely to value real estate over the stock market.
Thanks to the economic downturn of the Great Recession, most millennials graduated from college and entered the job market when it was rather difficult to find employment. Millennials have watched the stock market crash and burn, and watched as it negatively impacted their parents’ lives.
DFW’s job market is the hottest in the country. In June, the bureau said that among the 12 largest metropolitan areas in the country, Dallas was No. 1 for both total number of jobs added year-over-year and job growth rate.
With 25.6-percent job growth since 2006, the Dallas-Plano-Irving area ranked No. 1 on Forbes’ 2018 list of the best cities for jobs.
It marks the North Texas region’s second year in the top spot after it dethroned San Francisco in 2016. Its two-year reign stems from consistent job growth over the past several years, Forbes reported. Last year, Dallas-Plano-Irving posted 2.8-percent growth and has seen 19.6-percent growth since 2012.
“Simply put, this Energizer bunny just doesn’t stop,” Forbes wrote.
The region is poised to keep hold of its job consistency for a few reasons. It’s home to a range of industries, with the Big D posting double-digit percentage growth in almost every sector that Forbes measures, from energy to business services and construction to finance.
It also offers financial factors attractive to both companies and workers, including affordable housing and low taxes, Forbes added.
The proof of “the Big D’s domination” can be seen in the growth of its resident and business populations. Last year, the region saw a 2.02-percent increase in residents.
And over the past few years, Dallas-Plano-Irving has attracted a number of headquarters relocations, including Toyota North America, Jamba Juice, Pei Wei and Jet Suite.
If they’re not moving here, many companies are opening major hubs in the region. Payless announced a new office in Dallas. It joins others like JP Morgan Chase, Liberty Mutual and Boeing in dotting North Texas with a diverse range of corporate campuses.
Dallas is leading what Forbes dubbed the “surging south,” as many of the list’s top spots went to southern cities. Austin ranked second, logging 39-percent job growth since 2006.
The companies are relocating here, but what kinds of jobs are opening up for employees? What are the professions dominate the area?
Here are the top 10 jobs where there is a higher concentration of workers in a particular profession in DFW than the national average:
1. Wellhead Pumpers
3. Electronic equipment installers and repairers, motor vehicles
4. Semiconductor processors
5. Flight attendants
6. Airline pilots, copilots and flight engineers
7. Motion picture projectionists
9. Aircraft mechanics and service technicians
This installment of Exploring Legacy Hall, One Bite at a Time has us using our noodles trying to figure out what noodles and monkey kings have in common and also what exactly a monkey king is. Like is the king of monkeys who loves noodles? We need some clarification here so we’re investigating Monkey King Noodle Company 3 or MK3 as its called.
According to the Legacy Hall’s website description, MK3 is all about the noodles and less about the primates:
There’s no monkey-ing around when it comes to how good the noodles and dumplings are from MK3, Chef Andrew’s newest outpost on the 3rd floor of the Hall. This hidden gem is a spin-off from his famed Monkey King Noodle Co. in Deep Ellum, where Andrew brings legitimate Northern Chinese and Taiwanese street food in a made to order fashion, like the real night markets he enjoyed back home. Come on over, all monkeys are welcome!
Now we got excited about monkeys however Legacy Hall’s customer service line informed us that monkeys aren’t allowed so we grumpily assume they mean ‘monkeys’ in the figurative sense. Fine. Well, the noodles sound delicious anyway so we scurried over to the website to steal the menu.
Here’s what folks are saying about their experiences at MK3.
Now it’s your turn. Have you been to Monkey King Noodle Company? How about Legacy Hall? What has your experience been like? We’d love to hear from you! We’d also love to hear from any of the stall owners at Legacy Hall. What has your journey been like? What would you like the public to know about you and your company?
Write to us and let us know and we might just feature you in an upcoming blog!
Legacy West is in our heart, so much so we’ve even built a home here and created a one-of-a-kind map that helps you get around Legacy West. You can check it out here, and always check back as we update the map when we visit different locations.
Plano has been ranked as one of the top 10 Best Cities for Families, it also ranks among the Best Cities for Millennials to Live & Work by Monster.com. Planoites have access to great schools and 3,800 acres of parkland, and amazing jobs thanks to the city housing the headquarters of more than 25 American companies, including Toyota, FedEx, Sprinkles Cupcakes, Cinemark Theatres, Dr. Pepper, Frito-Lay, JCPenney, Pizza Hut and Toyota (this list gets bigger and bigger each year). In addition to all the practical stuff, there is a ton of adventure, amazing shopping, award-winning restaurants and festivals.
And, perhaps you’ve heard that Plano was recently named the 12th longest-living city in the country by the Daily Beast.
Thinking about moving to Plano, Texas? Here are the answers to all of your Texas-sized questions, from how much it costs to live here to how to get around and what to do here — we’ve covered it for you.
1. Cost of Living
The cost of living in Plano is slightly above the national average, although it’s much more affordable than large metropolis’ like New York, Boston or Los Angeles. Data reported by Plano.gov, the official government website for the city of Plano, Texas, cites that Plano offers affordable housing and lower property taxes. Additionally, Plano was named one of the best places to build wealth by Salary.com.
2. Public Transportation
The greater Dallas area is home to DART, or Dallas Area Rapid Transit. The public transportation lines span to all corners of the metro area, covering 13 individual cities, including Plano. DART is comprised of rail, bus, paratransit and rideshare systems. Public transportation maps and schedules can be viewed on the DART website.
According to GreatSchools, Plano schools have achieved a 9/10 rating. The rating is based on test scores. Top-rated schools in the Plano area include Anderson, Wyatt and Gulledge Elementary Schools as well as Fowler Middle School. Comprised of 80 schools, Plano Independent School District is the largest district in Plano, Texas. The University of Texas and Texas A&M are also located nearby Plano.
4. Things to Do
There are a variety of things to do in Plano, Texas, no matter your lifestyle. History buffs can appreciate the Heritage Farmstead Museum, a 1891 Plano homestead that has been converted into a living museum. For nature lovers there’s nearby Arbor Hills Trails, with miles of scenic hiking, biking and walking paths. Sports fans can cheer for their favorite Dallas teams, as the professional sports arenas are a short distance from Plano. Plus, Plano is situated close to and just a short commute from Downtown Dallas’s thriving dining scene and entertainment districts.
Here’s just one example of the awesome out tings you can enjoy in Plano:
An Adventure in the Trees
City of Plano has teamed up with Go Ape adventures to bring you the coolest adventure in the sky. You can’t find this in most cities, but in Plano, there is a lot happening up in the air. Check out some of the close up pictures here
Plano is well-known for its numerous corporate headquarters which includes small businesses, large-scale companies, manufactures and startups. Plano is conveniently located near the Telecom Corridor and the many business parks along the Dallas North Tollway. Industries exploding in the region include software, telecom, infomation and medical companies.
6. The Most Amazing Pools
From a Texas Shaped Pool to the City of Plano Parks and Rec pools, these pools will blow your mind. The Texas pool is the oldest pool in Plano and it is perfectly shaped into the our great
nation state of Texas.
This needs to be on your bucket list for the Summer. On the other hand, the City of Plano has created mini water parks that are so budget-friendly, you cannot afford not to play here. Pictured below Oak Point, Tom Muehlenbeck (the indoor pool is just as impressive) and the newly renovated, ah-mazing Jack Carter pool.
Plano has been well deemed a city to come to if you want to prosper. It seems that when you settle in Plano, the odds are with you to succeed. A big part of that success can be attributed to the people you’ll surround yourself with in Plano.
Citizens of Plano are civic-minded, dedicated to their city and realize that when you’re successful, that makes Plano a better place to live.
Plano’s Chamber of Commerce is a diverse group is made up of leaders who work hard to create an environment conducive to small businesses success.
A Plano Welcome
The best thing about Plano – will hopefully be YOU. Know that if and when you decide to move to our wonderful Plano, we welcome you and wish you great success!
Need to beat the heat? Stop by with us for some cool treats at Hawaiin Shaved Ice as we continue to ‘Explore Legacy Hall, One Bite at a Time”.
This Texas heat is something and ice of any kind sound nice right about now but sweet ice, bursting with fruit flavors sounds downright delicious! We had to wonder, though, why it was called “Hawaiin” shaved ice? Isn’t shaved ice just shaved ice – well it seems that we now know today as this summer sweet treat has a past as colorful as its fruit syrups.
The History of Shaved Ice
Shaved ice is a cool and refreshing Hawaiian treat that dates back to the sugar plantation days of old Hawaii. Thousands of Japanese immigrants flocked to Hawaii to work on the plantations and with them, they brought a frozen treat that is now known as shave ice. Outside of the islands, people add an ‘ed to the name which is the more common pronunciation in the other 48 states.
The frozen confection that they introduced to the Hawaiian Islands was not a new concept. In Japan shaved ice is called Kakigori and it dates back to the Heian period running from 794 to 1185 A.D. During that time the ice was brought down from the mountains in the winter and stored in a cave called ‘Himuro’ in Japanese and means ‘Ice room’. At that time ice was considered rare and shave ice was a luxury, a treat reserved for royalty only.
The modern form of shaved ice we know and love today is believed to have been invented in the port town of Yokohama, Japan in 1869. Due to its popularity, by the 1920’s shave ice was a common attraction in stores throughout Japan.
The attraction has been a staple of summers ever since.
Hawaiin Shave Ice at Legacy Hall
You can find Hawaiin Shaved Ice right outside the Box Garden entertainment area, a perfect place to enjoy the icey delight during one of the many outdoor events happening there.
You can get your shaved ice in gown up flavors too. That’s right: think bright, sweet flavors, mounds of fluffy white ice, and splash in your favorite spirit.
It’s Your Turn
Have you tried any of these wonderful concoctions yet? We’d love to hear from you if you have, please just drop us a line here. We’d also love to hear from you if you’re a vendor at Legacy Hall. You might just end up featured in a future post on our blog.
Getting around Legacy West can be tricky so here’s our Live Legacy West Map to help you on your way. Hey, if you happen to bump into us there as you navigate your way, please stop and say ‘hi’ and keep watching as we continue to explore Legacy Hall, one bite at a time.
Do you remember when the song, ‘It’s the most wonderful time of the year’ was meant for Christmas? These days, it seems that you can’t go near any Staples or Office Max back to school aisles in Plano without hearing it! When we were there last week we could swear it was on a loop, playing over and over again across the store’s sound system.
The children who were excited to be getting back to school went about happily picking out their favorite colored folders, notebooks, and supplies. Ever so often a few would glance up at their parents, who were usually singing and swaying to the music, and shake their little heads as though mom and dad had drunk too much coffee that morning. Occasionally, you could see one them making the international sign for ‘gone crazy’ to another child, pointing their fingers towards their ears and then making circles, then pointing with their other hand to their parents. The other child would just nod in agreement and consolation, signaling they were going through the same things themselves.
Then with either, a shoulder nudge as in ‘oh well, or a shake of the head, the kids went back to selecting the perfect statement backpack to make their grand first-day entrance. Parents for their part continued singing, smiling, taking selfies and giving each other high-fives as they glided through their shopping excursions with untapped happiness.
Now that all our children are adults, we no longer need to take this yearly supply store trek. We must say though that it is both amusing and interesting to watch. We wondered if we ever looked that happy when we did. We left the trying to convince ourselves we didn’t and spent the rest of the day trying to get that song out of our head!
Hilarious back to school stories
You don’t have to be a teacher to laugh at these true tales — just being a parent with back to school kids can be enough to relate a bit.
“How do you spell toad?” one of my first-grade students asked.
“We just read a story about a toad,” I said, then helped him spell it out: “T-O-A-D.”
Satisfied, he finished writing the story he’d begun, then read it aloud: “I toad my mama I wanted a dog for my birthday.”
Well, now what do I say?
Earlier this year I was approached by one of my kindergarteners in tears. I asked her what was wrong. “____ just called me a baby!” I called the other little girl over and said,” Did you just call ____a baby?”
“No, no, no!” shouted the little girl. “I said ‘Hey baby!’ You know like the mom said to the dad when she calls him and wants him to come over for the night.”
Can I phone a friend on this one?
After a day of listening to my eighth grader’s exchange gossip, I decided to quote Mark Twain to them: “It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt.”
After considering my words, one of my students asked, “What does it mean to remove all doubt?”
Ho-Ho-Hold it right there!
As Christmas approached, a boy announced that Santa Claus isn’t real. One of my bright students tearfully said, “Ms. A., he’s disrespecting my religious beliefs!”
My students understand biology
During my eighth-grade sex education class, no one could answer the question “What happens to a young woman during puberty?” So I rephrased it: “What happens to young women as they mature?”
One student answered: “They start to carry a purse.”
Give that child an A!
While grading science tests for her third-grade class, this teacher noticed a memorable response to one of the questions. It said: ‘Please list the three states of matter…’. The reply was, “Texas, Alabama, and Missippi.” The three states THAT matter! HA!
My students have all the answers
Teacher: What is an evangelist?
Student: Someone who plays the evangelo.
Teacher: Why can’t freshwater fish live in salt water?
Student: The salt would give them high blood pressure.
Teacher: Mira went to the library at 5:15 and left at 6:45. How long was Mira at the library?
Student: Not long.
Teacher: What do we call a group of stars that makes an imaginary picture in the sky?
Student: A consternation.
Teacher: List up to five good facts about Abraham Lincoln.
Student: After the war ended, Lincoln took his wife to a show.
He wasn’t wrong after all
Many years ago, when I was teaching 5th grade, I was grading students’ science homework papers. One of the questions was “Who developed the system of naming organisms?” or something like that. Anyway, the correct answer was supposed to be Carl Linnaeus. One of my students wrote ‘Adam’ for his answer. When I questioned him about it, he said he was referring to Adam in the Bible. He had learned in Sunday School that Adam had named all the animals in the Garden of Eden. Guess what? I counted his answer correct!
My students are intent on improving their English skills
For 98 percent of the students at the school where my wife teaches, English is a second language. But that didn’t stop them from giving her Christmas cards. Still, their enthusiasm for the occasion sometimes exceeded their grasp of English. Among the many cards that flooded her desk were: “Happy Birthday, Grandma,” “Get Well Soon,” and “Congratulations on Passing Your Driving Test!”
You gotta love ’em…
Last year’s class was probably the sweetest group of kids I’ve worked with. One day it was getting close to recess and I had a few kids off task. I reminded them that before we could go outside there were certain things that needed to be done and, just for emphasis, I held up my plan book and pointed to the day’s agenda. One little boy’s eyes widened in surprise and he blurted out, “Omigod! You mean you write this stuff down?!”
Keeping track of what’s important
It is a great time for parents and children alike. The wonderful folks at Plano School District work extremely hard to create an environment and calendar that’s conducive to learning and we thank them for all they do.
Here are the full calendar and link to download the calendar to your computer.
It’s BBQ we’re smelling this week as we explore Legacy Hall! Carlton Provisions BBQ is nestled in the Box Garden on the third floor of the hall along with 5 bars! You’ve got a tiki bar, Stillhouse Lounge, Unlawful Assembly Outpost, and 2 rotating pop-ups plus a Hawaiian shaved ice stand – because why, not – right!?
Carlton Provisions BBQ is a new concept from a team that includes a highly rated Dallas catering company teamed up with a restaurant industry veteran.
The players are Vestals Catering, a 10-year-old catering company founded by Jordan Swim, and Larry Lavine, the famed founder of Chili’s.
Carlton Provisions believes in starting with premium products from prime grade brisket, artisanal pork, an all-natural range roaming turkey & chicken. Their meats are smoked over wood-fired pits and the side dishes from pablano corn, brisket stuffed jalapenos & 17-hour beans are made in-house. They are non too shy and will talk all day long about their award-winning desserts form banana pudding to triple chocolate cookies are baked in-house.
They believe in using the best ingredients to make the best bbq and if they’re doing it in Texans know their barbeque and posers are not invited to the picnic if you know what we McCoys mean. It does seem, however, the Carlton Provisions are the real deal!
Grab your fork, grab your knife and get your napkin ready, it’s time to talk food!
The menu includes prime brisket; prime pastrami; five-hour ribs; sausage from Elgin, Texas; and turkey that they’ll brine and smoke. There are two sauces, including one that’s vinegar-based.
Sides consist of bacon-wrapped stuffed jalapenos, hand-cut french fries, apple-fennel cole slaw, poblano creamed corn, and slow-cooked beans.
Desserts goers can indulge in a trio of puddings — banana, coconut, and chocolate — plus cookies, seasonal cobblers, and pies.
More than anything though- this menu is about good ol’ barbeque and the flavors and tastes that compliment them. Check it out here:
Once these diners sat down after eating, they probably couldn’t wait to write these reviews, however, we’re pretty certain there was a nap in between the two because good food can do that to a person.
When they woke up, they had some pretty wonderful things to say:
Thanks for joining us
We love it when you join us as we explore Legacy Hall, One Bite at a Time and we hope you’ll continue to do so. Have you been to any part of Legacy Hall yet and enjoyed (or didn’t enjoy) any of the food? We would love to hear from you! Please drop us a line here.
Are you a business owner or do have a business that you would like to promote on our blog? We’d be delighted because as business owners, we truly understand the importance of helping each other grow (and that help’s our wonderful Plano as well). Contact us here and we’ll be happy to speak with you about a feature post!
Watch out as well as we continue to grow out Legacy West Live Map. Check back as we add new places as we visit.