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Earls Opens at Legacy West

Avocado Super Toast

Canadian "unchained" restaurant Earls celebrated their grand opening festivities last week at Legacy West, and the new space is absolutely stunning. Who would know that the restaurant originated as a burger and beer joint more than 30 years ago?

Earls is named after Leroy Earl (Bus) Fuller and his son Stanley Earl Fuller. I wondered why there was no apostrophe in Earls, and this explains it: it's plural, named after the two namesakes.

Each location of Earls is tailored to the city it inhabits, with decor and menu items that the population will find instantly familiar, even when dining at Earls for the first time.

Queso Fundido
You know I had to try the Queso Fundido Dip, a menu item they of course had to include on their first venture into Texas. Any regionally specific menu in Texas is obligated to include some form of queso. (I believe there's a law. I may have written it.) The dip is a three-cheese blend, topped with chorizo and salsa fresco. Dip to your delight! This queso has been Delia Jo-approved.

You'll also spot lots of sushi options on the menu at Earls. This incorporates the fresh, healthy side of their global fusion of flavors. We tried the Earls Spicy Tuna Super Press and a Dragon Roll.

Dragon Roll

Earls Spicy Tuna Sushi Press

The main courses at Earls run the gamut from burgers to signature steaks to ribs, and even a quirky combo Steak & Sushi, which people swear by. There are also noodles and rice bowls, cooked seafood dishes, and even tacos to be enjoyed.

Bigger Better Burger + Fried Egg
Earls is also a perfect happy hour destination, with a perfect patio situation (maybe after the dog days of summer end) and a fab drink menu. Sip on one of their 5 versions of an Old Fashioned, or go full on OH CANADA! with a signature Caesar cocktail (drinks quite like a Bloody Mary, just with added Clamato). They have HH twice a day at Earls, from 3-6pm and from 9-11pm.

Traditional Old Fashioned 

Signature Bloody Mary

Head out to Earls Legacy West for a taste experience from around the world, and adore your stunning surroundings, all while being thankful Earls has become so much more than a burger joint. 

7401 Windrose Avenue Suite D100
Plano TX


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