Cooler temps means dining al fresco should be always be the move. Check out my list of patios and entertainment districts to enjoy a meal.

eight |11 place | The Rail District

A locally-owned wine bar and kitchen, eight | 11 place is known for its fireside patio tables, live music, and extensive wine selection. They’re open for dining Tuesday – Saturday for lunch and dinner serving up a small but mighty menu of paninis, soups and salads, artisan style pizzas, and delicious shareables including truffled parmesan chips, meatballs, and charcuterie boards.



Frisco Rail Yard  | The Rail District

Come for the food, stay for the entertainment at Frisco’s food truck park. This family-friendly park invites you and your furry friends for local eats, outdoor games, and live music every weekend. The Frisco Rail Yard is open Tuesday – Sunday. Check their Instagram for the food truck schedule, happy hour specials, music lineup, and sand volleyball and cornhole league details.

Frisco Rail Yard Drink

Ice House | PGA District

The new PGA District boasts 13 unique dining options on its 660-acre PGA Frisco campus, making it the perfect hangout for all. Ice House is an indoor/outdoor beer garden with a menu featuring smoked barbecue, draft beers, and frozen cocktails. The best part – its six golf bays with Toptracer technology and beautiful views to bask in it all. Wherever you choose to dine in the district, there’s plenty of outdoor fun and entertainment for everyone.

Ice House PGA Frisco

The Common Table | The Star District

While the Hip Hop Brunch at The Common Table makes this restaurant a weekend favorite, its patio welcomes you each day of the week. Feast on creative comfort foods like loaded deviled eggs and fried banana split, along with craft cocktails and daily drink specials while you people watch and soak up the fresh air.

Lucky for you, most of the dining locations at The Star offer outdoor seating, so from morning to night you’ll always have a reason to come back for more. The newest addition to outdoor seating in The Star District is Sidecar Social with 7,000 square feet of patio space.

Common Table

Crush Taco | West Frisco

Get your Tex-Mex fix at Frisco’s own Crush Taco, a modern and gourmet taco spot. Its second location, on the east corner of Stonebrook and FM 423, offers a great patio space to savor your tacos, churros, and frozen margs. Order your choice of meat or veggie options while you sit back, relax, and enjoy the outdoors.

crush taco patio

Hungry yet? Explore these breakfast stops and coffee shops while you are building an appetite! If your group is as large as your appetite find out where to go for group dining ideas in Frisco.