There seems to be no shortage of information about Legacy West. Everywhere you turn the name pops up in conversations, on blogs, and in the news. Whether it’s a new store opening or a major company announcing Legacy West will be it’s new headquarter,s it’s hard to live in Plano and not hear the name wherever you go.
There are some things you may know, however, especially when it comes to the many incredible restaurants that call it home.
Not to worry though, we’re always exploring and enjoying the food when we’re out and about at the development we now call home (which is almost every night). We’re just thankful, however, that there is plenty to see and we can enjoy a nice long walk around the development after we’ve enjoyed whichever delicious dish we ate on any given night. Gotta watch those waistlines!
Here are three restaurant secrets we’ve discovered around Legacy West.
1. Books and Beer and Wine, Oh My!
Believe it or not, the Barnes & Noble’s at Legacy West has a restaurant that serves wine and beer.
Have we died and gone to heave? It feels like it!
This new Barnes & Noble’s ain’t your average books store. It’s actually one a concept store for the chain and will be the first in the southwest with a restaurant that offers an expanded menu that includes wine and beer.
The store is over 9000 square feet and is designed with relaxation in mind. You know that feeling where there’s nothing you’d rather do than curl up with a good book and a glass of wine? This Barnes & Noble’s understands it and expounds on it.
Here’s the menu so you can pick what you want before you. We want you to use your time there reading and relaxing.
2. Men Are Pampered Here
Sorry ladies, this one is for the guys.
It’s okay though, we’ve been the cornerstone clients of the ‘relax and pamper yourself’ industry for a while and for good reason too! That reason being we work hard at everything we do and hold a good portion of this great big world together!!
That being said, men have ‘been left out of the ‘salon’ scene. They go to barbershops or fast service salons where there in and out. This gives them time to go where they can relax after their hard work is done i.e. a sports bar, fun range, or a golf course or even a run through the park with their faithful dog.
Seriously, where on that list does it say anything about pampering?
Nowhere and that’s why Venetian Nail Spa has set out to change all that.
They’ve vowed to save men from gnarly nails, overgrown cuticles and those jagged-edges on tops of their nails and they’re going it with some special packages ‘just for him’.
The basic manicure includes trimming, shaping, cuticle grooming, buffing and a nice lotion massage and is under twenty bucks.
Plus it takes less than 20 minutes from start to finish giving you men plenty of time to get to your favorite sports bar, golf course, Cowboy’s game or ax throwing competition completely rounding out your day of relaxing.
3. Have Your Millennial Toast & Eat It Too
This one is a secret hidden in a secret.
We let the second one out the bag in the title, but you can’t get to the second one without knowing the first one so let’s start there.
Next time you’re at Legacy West and after you’ve had a nice meal at Barne’s & Nobles and your nails have been buffed to their finest at Venetian, stroll on over to Neighborhood Goods and see what they have in store.
While you’re there, check out Prim & Proper, the restaurant located within the store. Within the restaurant, within the store, you’ll be able to order your Millennial Toast.
The store is a collaborative restaurant concept developed by Neighborhood Goods and Front Burner Restaurants.
Don’t worry though, if Millennial Toast isn’t your thing, they have a wide range of other items like burgers (really, really delicious burgers) to enjoy, like cocktails.
Oh yes! cocktails with great names like the ” Window Shopper” and “Up Your Alley” this hidden secret sounds like a place to enjoy something new and fun while shopping at one of the most incredible developments of ‘this’ millennial.