Dee Lincoln's Is Almost Open in Plano, as Restaurants' March to Suburbia Continues

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Catherine Downes
Back in March we took a look at why a number of Dallas restaurants were headed off to the 'burbs to open second locations. Plenty of Plano residents were coming down to Dallas for a visit to Lockhart Smokehouse, Smoke or whatever popular restaurant, so their owners eventually thought why not build a second one up and to build a whole new customer base.

The next Dallas transplant restaurant is Dee Lincoln's Steak and Burger Bar, which was first announced in the beginning of this March, and is already slated to open for its first night of business this Friday. The original Dee's opened last year in Uptown with a menu that features burgers and steaks prominently, and the second Dee's will open in the Preston Towne Crossing development, also featuring red meat, but there will be a few differences.

They've assigned executive chef Andrew Powers, who is charged with coming up with some original dishes for the location and a dry-aged Wagyu strip from Local Yocal caps off his menu, along with a bison burger and lobster mac and cheese. Vegetarians might appreciate an eggplant parmesan burger.

The Plano location of Dee Lincoln's will open this Friday at 4 p.m. for dinner service so grab your grandparents and take them out for a burger that will put their everyday Luby's experience to shame. If senior-time burgers aren't your thing they're open till 11 p.m. on weekends, but they are not doing lunch service at all yet.

Dee Lincoln's Steak and Burger Bar, 4701 West Park Boulevard #100, Plano, (972)519-1642,, 4 p.m.-10 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 4 p.m.-10 p.m. Friday-Saturday, closed Sundays.

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