Three-story Plano restaurant Haywire is full of Texas-sized surprises
The best things about Haywire, a new restaurant in Plano's Legacy West, are the unexpected corners you'll discover if you grab a Cadillac margarita and wander off on an adventure.
[Sir Loin, the longhorn on the wall, watches over Haywire in Plano. So does Brian Knoy, right, general manager.]
Sir Loin, the longhorn on the wall, watches over Haywire in Plano. So does Brian Knoy, right, general manager.
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Haywire is a shockingly large place, at 25,000 square feet. It's tall, too, with three generous floors. You could easily arrive with friends and not see them all night if you picked different hideaway spots. Which you should.
The first floor is the most deceiving. It's a whiskey bar that is warm, decidedly Texan and not all that huge. Here, among the smell of smoked wood, order one of the bartenders' concoctions as you pass by Sir Loin, the taxidermied longhorn who watches over the lounge.