Plano’s Champagne Bar Fizz

With the trend of champagne bars, Plano will be having its own which will boast two service bars and a retractable roof on their patio according to a CultureMap Dallas article from May 16. They say, 


“A new restaurant is coming to Plano with coffee in the morning and bubbly in the evening. Called Fizz, it’s a new all-day concept with restaurant and lounge, opening in early summer in the former Pakpao Thai space at 3310 Dallas Pkwy. #115.


Fizz is so named because it plans on having the most extensive Champagne list in Dallas-Fort Worth, with a wine list exceeding 100 bottles, with more than 50 sparkling wines, including 20 Champagnes from France. You can’t succeed if you don’t aim high.


Fizz will feature two full-service bars, one wrapping around the 3,500 square-foot interior and another on a 1,200-square-foot patio. The patio has a retractable roof to take advantage of sunny days and protect guests from the rain, and during cooler months, fire pits provide cozy gathering spots.


“We’ve been working hard to make Fizz the most fun new lounge Plano has to offer,” says Murtha in a release. “It’s the perfect mix of great food and drinks, exceptional service and lively atmosphere, and there will always be something new to experience, whether it’s a rare bottle of bubbly or a captivating performer.”


But Fizz will not just be serving Champagne and wine as they will also offer their own cocktails, salads and charcuterie according to a Plano Magazine article from May 17. They say, 


“In addition to the Champagne and wine list, Fizz will also serve craft cocktails with an ever-changing menu of classic cocktails, original drinks, and twists on existing favorites like the Gin Fizz, the Naked and Famous, and Moth 2 a Flame, an Old-Fashioned riff infused with cold smoke.


The shareable food menu is full of build-your-own boards comprised of meats and cheeses from all over the world, house-made dressings and spreads, imported jams, crackers, breads and olives as well as fruit and vegetable boards.


The menu also features three salads topped with proteins such as prime filet, salmon, chicken or blackened shrimp. Feeling something sweet? Fizz’s DIY s’mores include a basket of graham crackers, chocolate, marshmallows and personal burners. There are also four different fondue options: milk chocolate or caramel served with fruits, or two cheese options served with bread.”


The new place is open everyday but will feature a different routine schedule for their food service and during Sundays, they will have live entertainment from 11 in the morning til 3 in the afternoon. 


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