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Billionaire Stars Owner Brings a Next Level Sports Bar to North Texas — Inside the Shark Club Buzz

Get Ready for Movie-Sized Screens and Kegs of Nachos

BY // 08.09.19

A mega Canadian sports restaurant and bar with celebrity cred has made its way to the United States — and North Texas gets first dibs.

Dallas Stars owner Tom Gaglardi picked the suburban wonderland of Plano for his Shark Club’s international expansion. The new restaurant playland is now open at 8451 Parkwood Boulevard.

The sports-centric destination is designed with the Dallas Stars in mind. The design features Victory Green throughout its furnishings and decor and boasts a live scoreboard for Stars games. Dubbed a “sports headquarter,” it’s the type of place that encourages fans to get loud and rowdy during games.

Taking sports bars to another level, Shark Club features more than 40 televisions and two 20-foot-tall seamless HD media walls, with one of the largest custom deigned ROE LED video wall systems in the state. With an outdoor patio, a 62 person private event space, and a game room with foosball, table hockey, shuffleboard and skee-ball, there’s a ton of space to host an epic game night.

Shark Club
Shark Club’s interior features Dallas Stars decor like Victory Green and giant TVs.

Besides the high-energy experience, Shark Club boasts a chef-curated menu with some unique twists on sports bar classics. Signature dishes include the Shark Burger with bacon, cheddar, mushrooms and onions, and Adult Mac & Cheese. There are also chicken wings, spaghetti & meatballs, sliders and a Keg of Nachos. Who doesn’t want a Keg of Nachos?

And every sports bar needs to have an extensive draft beer collection. Shark Club features 22 drafts, including local hits such as Community Mosaic, Four Corners El Chingon, Dallas Blonde, Tupps Citra Pale, Franconia Irish Red and Real Ale Hans Pils. There will also be several signature cocktails for non-beer lovers.

On top of lunch, dinner, and late night bites, the restaurant will have boozy brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 3 pm. Menu offerings include Banana Fosters French Toast, a Bacon & Egg Burger, or a Big Texas Breakfast with eggs, pancakes, bacon, smoked sausage and tater tots.

For brunch cocktails, you can splurge on an Electric Arnold with frozen Deep Eddy Tea and Lemon Vodkas or a classic Bloody Mary with Habanero Vodka and Zing Zang.

The uber sports bar is open Mondays through Fridays from 11 am to 2 am and Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 2 am. Happy Hour runs Mondays through Fridays from 3 pm to 6 pm, and 10 pm to close. Go sports!

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