With news that Universal Parks & Resorts is planning its first theme park outside of Florida or California in Frisco, Texas, many people are planning their first visit to this booming Dallas suburb. Even before Universal announced its latest project, Frisco was already among the fastest-growing cities in the U.S., serving as a commuter city for professionals in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex

But the city’s small railroad-town charm (Frisco was named for an 1800s rail line), combined with some major coups in attracting various sporting institutions and tech startups over the past decade, give Frisco a distinctly trendy and fun-loving vibe.

Here’s a primer on what to do, where to stay, and where to eat when you visit Frisco, Texas. 

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