Food hall-style restaurant offers inventive seasonal menus and cashless payment system
PLANO, TX (February 4) — A new food hall-style restaurant has opened to serve Plano’s Legacy Central campus and the public, with four unique concepts: Homestead, offering garden fresh salads, savory soups, and artisan sandwiches; Tacos Por Favor, a festive taqueria with bold flavors and snappy salsas; Rhino Grill, featuring grass-fed burgers, free-range chicken, roasted vegetables, and chef-inspired daily specials; and Joeun, a modern take on authentic Korean cuisine, serving banchan, fried chicken, and traditional noodle and rice dishes.
The 7,500-square-foot space seats over 300 guests and features an entirely cashless kiosk payment system with inviting, user-friendly screens. Guests can order from any concept at one of four kiosks. Operated by the award-winning food service pioneer Bon Appétit Management Company, the restaurant serves wild-caught salmon and other sustainable seafood, Certified Humane ground beef, meat raised without antibiotics, and plenty of vegetarian and vegan options; other special dietary needs are cheerfully accommodated. Everything is made in house from scratch.
LC Kitchen is located at 6549 Declaration Drive, part of the new Legacy Central technology-focused, mixed-use campus, home to over 4 acres of open space, outdoor meeting areas, and a series of colorful, dynamic murals from artist Adrian Torres. The restaurant is open for breakfast and lunch with convenient grab-and-go options Monday through Friday, from 7 AM to 3 PM. Visit lckitchenplano.com for the full menu, and follow @LCKitchenPlano on Instagram and Facebook for more information.