House-made blue corn tortillas are served with crema and New Mexican red and green chili sauces at Mi Dia From Scratch in Grapevine in 2012. 

House-made blue corn tortillas are served with crema and New Mexican red and green chili sauces at Mi Dia From Scratch in Grapevine in 2012. 

Jeff Lautenberger/The Dallas Morning News

Red and green sauces served on stacked enchiladas, Santa Fe style, are a good example of what you might find at new Plano restaurant Mi Dia From Scratch. The restaurant serves Mexican, New Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisine.

Mi Dia opened Monday, Dec. 21 in West Plano. The existing Mi Dia in Grapevine is still open and the company plans to open a third restaurant in Flower Mound in 2017.

The Plano restaurant is located near Parker Road and the Dallas North Tollway, in a complex that already houses an Eatzi's gourmet grocery store and a Princi Italia restaurant. West Plano Village, as the development is called, has been "years in the making," reports our real estate editor Steve Brown. Pakpao Thai and The Royale - Magnificent Burgers are also expected to open at West Plano Village.

Mi Dia's executive chef Francisco Hernandez will run the kitchen in Plano, says chef-managing partner Gabriel DeLeon. Some of the menu's specialties include stacked enchiladas, aguachile (similar to ceviche) and tacos filled with duck carnitas, pork belly or chicken tinga.

Mi Dia From Scratch is open now for lunch and dinner. Brunch starts Dec. 26. Open 7 days a week. 3310 Dallas Parkway, Suite 105, Plano.

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