The Star has another new restaurant to entice Cowboys fans to the team's headquarters: Howard Wang's China Grill, a North Texas-based Chinese food and dim sum chain with locations in Uptown, Preston Hollow and Southlake. Originally set back because of construction delays, Howard Wang's Frisco celebrated its grand opening yesterday.
Howard Wang opened his first restaurant, Empress of China, in Irving in 1982, and it's still in operation. He opened the first Howard Wang's China Grill in Preston Hollow in 2005, according to the release.
"As a loyal Dallas Cowboys fan, Howard is very proud to have provided generations of Dallas Cowboys players with his delicious Chinese cuisine and is honored to continue the tradition with a location at the new Dallas Cowboys training facility, The Star in Frisco," according to the release.
Visitors can dine on a dim sum menu, noodles and Americanized Chinese dishes like General Tsao's chicken. The new location is open for lunch and dinner daily. "The menu will feature a wide variety of signature, traditional, and health conscious (vegetarian and gluten free) Chinese dishes, as well as a full bar," according to the release. "Following the tradition of our other locations, Frisco will also be open on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day."
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Howard Wang's China Grill Frisco, 6740 Winning Drive, Frisco. Open 11 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.