Everyone has a "weakness" when it comes to food. For some it's chocolate, others it might be Dr Pepper, but mine is chips and queso. I LOVE chips and queso. It even says so in my profile at the end of this blog, so you know it must be true. Chips and queso is "my thing." 

My obsession with melted cheese and crispy tortilla pieces has been going on for as long as I can remember. Growing up, I'd smother any Tex-Mex dish I was eating in it. In my college days, when I was on a college student budget, I'd be that person that ordered chips and queso with a dozen flour tortillas as a meal! Anytime there's a potluck get together with friends, they all know who is bringing the queso. Spoiler alert... it's me.
Now, I'll be the first to admit, chips and queso is definitely not the healthiest of dishes, but my Texas heart just doesn't care. I'm a chips and queso snob. You'd think mixing melted cheese, some salsa or pico and some sort of meat would be an easy concept for some, but it's surprisingly not. There is good queso and there is bad queso.

So, in honor of my personal obsession with queso and my need to share good queso with the world, I put together a list of 6 Frisco spots and their queso dishes you need to try. 

 

3 Stacks Smoke & Tap House – Loaded Spicy Queso

Texas can do many things well, but BBQ and queso are definitely at the top of the list, so why not put them together? Thank you 3 Stacks! This yummy bowl of cheese is served in a hot skillet with a spicy salsa and 3 Stacks’s shredded brisket. Enjoy it with one of the many ice cold craft brews 3 Stacks has on tap.

3 Stacks Queso

 

Mattito's Tex Mex Cocina – Bob Armstrong Dip

Known around the DFW Metroplex as one of the most renowned off-the-menu items, the Bob Armstrong Dip is a crowd favorite for sure. This popular dish features layered chile con queso, seasoned ground beef, guacamole and a dash of sour cream and is served alongside a bowl of tortilla chips. Add a side of flour tortillas for dipping purposes and while it does comes in two sizes (small and large), you should get the large as it’s known to go fast.

Mattito's Tex Mex

 

Mash’d – Serious Queso

Mash’d has a reputation of serving up some seriously legit good food. Their Serious Queso is no exception to this rule. This unique spin on queso is house prepared with roasted garlic, Abita beer, chorizo and pickled pepper relish and is served with their yummy, seasoned tortilla chips. Get even MORE serious and add grilled pretzel bites OR fried chicken. 

Mash'd queso
📷 by @eric_ryan

 

Fuzzy’s (Frisco has 2 locations) – Queso Blanco

This popular, fast casual eatery has a variety of yummy dishes, but many Fuzzy’s fans agree, the Queso Blanco is at the top of the list. Fuzzy’s take on a bowl of melted cheese is queso blanco topped with pico de gallo and shredded cheeses, and served with a basket of fresh tortilla chips seasoned with Fuzzy Dust. Yummmy!

Fuzzy's
📷 by @triple.eats

 

54th Street Grill – Gringo Dip & Chips

One of Frisco’s newest eateries, 54th Street Grill is known for serving up yummy bar fare in a fun and casual setting. Their Gringo Dip and Chips is a popular munchie item. It features Five Four's famous House recipe of a creamy Pepper Jack cheese dip blended with pico de gallo and the Street's secret spices, and is served with salsa and tortilla chips. Prepare yourself, as it does have a bit of a kick.

54th Street Grill

 

La Hacieneda Ranch - Cowboy Queso

Famous for their margaritas, the food at La Hacienda Ranch definitely can’t be missed. Of course with any good Tex-Mex meal, you start with chips and queso and La Ha has taken that to a whole new level. Their yummy Cowboy Queso features spicy Sundance queso, grilled fajita steak, pico de gallo and applewood bacon. This yummy concoction will make any queso fan say, “yeehaw!”

La Hacienda Ranch

 

There are many more Frisco spots serving up some yummy queso, so if you don't see your favorite Frisco queso dish here, be sure to comment below. I am more than happy to go try it out and then add it to this list. 
Be sure to snap a pic of your favorite Frisco dishes and tag us on Instagram at @VisitFriscoTX. We may just feature your picture on our Restaurants page!