Editor's note: This story has been updated to include an opening date.
Choose a cuisine and you'll likely find it at Legacy West. The Plano shopping center offers Italian food, burgers, healthy bites, cupcakes from a vending machine and Texas-inspired fare -- and that's in addition the 20-plus options at the buzzy new food hall there, called Legacy Hall.
As of February, Legacy West adds Spanish tapas to that list. Bulla Gastrobar, a chain out of Florida, opened its first location in the Lone Star State on Feb. 13.
Once the doors do open, diners can expect traditional Spanish dishes such as Iberian ham croquettes, octopus salad, and seafood paella, as well as other plates "tailored for Texas tastes," said Carlos Centurion, president/founder of the restaurant's parent company, Centurion Restaurant Group, in a statement.
The Plano restaurant's menu isn't available yet, but shareables served at other Bulla Gastrobar locations include patatas bravas (crispy potatoes with aioli), gazpacho andaluz (chilled vegetable soup), tortilla española (traditional Spanish omelet with aioli), and buñuelos de bacalao (codfish with tartar sauce).
Bulla Gastrobar will also serve beer, wine, sangria and cocktails, including a lemongrass Collins with gin, St. Germain, lemongrass syrup and cucumber.
The restaurant serves guests weekdays during lunch and dinner, and offers brunch on the weekends.
Bulla Gastrobar is located at 6007 Legacy Dr., Suite 180, Plano. Hours of operation are Monday through Tuesday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Wednesday through Thursday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Friday through Saturday 11 a.m. to midnight, and Sunday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.