The $1.5 billion CityLine complex, now under construction in Richardson, has just announced three new restaurants.
A Tex-Mex restaurant called Fernando's Mexican Cuisine, a seafood joint called Tricky Fish and a health-focused place called Fresh to Order are expected to open in the development at the southwest corner of Plano Road and the Bush Turnpike.
Other CityLine restaurants already announced include: grilled cheese shop Tom+Chee, barbecue joint Good Union, Thai restaurant Kin Kin and pizza place Coal Vines.
CityLine will also have an Aloft hotel and a Whole Foods.
The restaurants and grocery store will likely serve the office tenants, residents and hotel guests inside CityLine, though the development is also aimed at attracting D-FW residents outside the immediate area.
Here's more about each of the three new restaurants.
- Richardson will be home to the first Tricky Fish. The new concept comes from the Razzoo's Cajun Cafe company. Tricky Fish's menu will include dishes such as po boys, mussels, crab cakes and calamari. It is expected to open "late fall 2015," according to a statement.
- Fernando's Mexican Cuisine does cuisine inspired by Mexico City. Dallas-based Fernando's has two other restaurants, both in Dallas. The Richardson restaurant is expected to open in February 2016.
- Fresh To Order aims to serve food in 10 minutes for about $10. The menu features some "better for you" items such burgers made with bison, black beans or tuna. It's scheduled to open spring 2016.
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