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Hawaiian Bros restaurants expanding in North Texas with big focus on northern suburbs

Island comfort food is coming to Frisco, Little Elm, Allen, Addison and Greenville Avenue.

A fast-growing fast casual concept from Kansas City with island-inspired design and fare, Hawaiian Bros is continuing its rapid expansion in North Texas with five new locations opening this fall.

Hawaiian Bros first came to the area with a ghost kitchen in Garland in 2020 before opening brick-and-mortar locations in Denton, Alliance, Hurst and Hulen in summer 2021. They are now setting up shop in Frisco, Allen, Little Elm, Addison, and in Dallas on Greenville Avenue.

The first of the new locations opens in Frisco later this month. In October, Hawaiian Bros will pop up in Little Elm, Dallas, and Addison. The Allen location opens in November.

Known for slow-roasted pulled pork and marinated teriyaki chicken Hawaiian plates served with white rice and macaroni salad, as well as Spam musubi, the comfort food concept opened its first spot in Kansas City in 2018. There are now dozens of locations — operating or opening soon — in Illinois, Kansas, Missouri, Texas, and New York.

Hawaiian Bros will open in Frisco at 11560 Dallas Parkway on Sept. 28; Little Elm at 8820 FM 423 (Oct. 12); Dallas at 6011 Greenville Ave. (Oct. 19); Addison at 3825 Belt Line Road (Oct, 26); and the Allen location at 810 W. Stacy Road opens on Nov. 9. For more info, visit

Hawaiian Bros Island Grill is opening in Garland.
Hawaiian Bros Island Grill is opening in Garland.(Hawaiian Bros Island Grill)

Jeremy Hallock, Special Contributor. Jeremy Hallock is a Dallas freelance writer.
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