Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar, the casual dining restaurant known for its handcrafted American food and drink, opened its doors to the Allen, Texas, community on July 24 at 11am. The new Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar was the first business to open in the new Stacy Green mixed-use development at 1851 Central Expressway North in Allen.
The brand then debuted to the Houston Community July 31 in the Cypress Crossing mixed used development.
On August 8, the chain arrived in Atlanta in the Peachtree Corners Town Center.
Lazy Dog’s menu focuses on elevated dishes that highlight seasonal ingredients, as well as handcrafted cocktails and select beers from local breweries. Each restaurant welcomes guests into a warm ambiance that celebrates the majestic scenery and artisan authenticity of the Rocky Mountains. With a large fireplace, wood accents and cozy seating options, the décor is the perfect backdrop for Lazy Dog’s made from scratch meals and spending time with family and friends. Lazy Dog also offers brunch on the weekends, daily happy hour and late-night offerings.
The Lazy Dog menu is dedicated to elevated comfort foods showcased on every plate, and served with warm, caring service in a rustic social setting. The menu features a combination of new seasonal dishes along with house favorites. They offer small plates such as Cowgirl cheese dip and pretzels, entrees such as shrimp and grits with housemade sausage and bell pepper gravy, wild boar chili with indigo cornbread fries, Nashville hot portobello, a vegetarian take on the spicy Southern favorite, lamb barbacoa tacos and desserts including a carrot cake made with almond flour and pineapple buttercream frosting for those who are gluten sensitive, and apple-huckleberry open face pie, all made in house. Lazy Dog favorites include bacon wrapped bison meatloaf, campfire pot roast, wok-fired calamari, seared ahi tuna salad, housemade butter cake, as well as an array of burgers, sandwiches, salads, shareable plates and more.
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