Dallas — BoomerJack’s Grill & Bar once again enlisted the help of Harrison, a Dallas-based, award-winning architecture and design firm, to bring the brand’s vision to life for its new Plano, Texas, location.
Located at 5430 State Hwy. 121, the new 9,432-square-foot restaurant features an all-season, dog-friendly patio with a container bar and plenty of seating. The expansive patio also has cooling and heating systems, ensuring a comfortable environment for all. The completed restaurant features vintage industrial interior design with a retro theme complete with dark wood and leather. BoomerJack’s is opening on Feb. 19.
“The vision behind BoomerJack’s was to create a restaurant with a welcoming environment where guests can relax, catch a game and enjoy a good time,” says Geoff Spaete, Harrison’s vice president of architecture. “We took their vision and brand story and ran with it. There’s no bad seat in the restaurant, and the huge patio is really unique because it has a shipping container bar, tons of seating, oversize fans, fire pits and more. It really is a patio for all seasons, which is especially nice given current COVID regulations regarding indoor dining.”
BoomerJack’s is privately owned by North Texas restaurateur Brent Tipps, owner of On Deck Concepts. Tipps had previously worked with Harrison to develop On Deck Concepts’ high-profile, innovative social lounge, Sidecar Social, in 2019. Harrison is also completing another ground-up restaurant for BoomerJack’s in Lake Worth, Texas, which is expected to open later this year.
In addition to headquarters in Dallas, Harrison also has offices in Melbourne, Australia, and London and Birmingham, U.K. For more information, visit www.harrison.hn.
Founded in 2002, BoomerJack’s Grill & Bar currently includes 15 locations across the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, located in Fairview, Grapevine, North Fort Worth, Fort Worth-Cityview, Fort Worth-West 7th, North Arlington, South Arlington, Murphy, Bedford, Dallas-NW Hwy, Dallas-Casa Linda, Dallas-Samuel Blvd, Denton, Mesquite and Terrell. For more information, visit www.boomerjacks.com.
SOURCE: BoomerJack’s Grill & Bar