Unique to Frisco
Everyone knows that the best part of traveling is the food. With that in mind, when it comes to truly experiencing a destination, one of the best ways to do so is to eat where the locals eat. From small town cafes to fine dining experiences, Frisco features a variety of locally owned and unique to Frisco eateries to discover.
If you really love food and lots of it, head to EG Steak. Owners David Jeiel and Alex Nunes brought churrasco, the Gaúcho style of roasting meats, with them from southern Brazil to Frisco after more than 20 years of hard work and experience. Sample amazing flavors created by combining family recipes and cultural traditions with the finest, freshest, gourmet fare. This isn’t just dinner. This is a celebration.
Tucked away just south of Main Street in historic downtown Frisco, you will find a quaint, casual dining experience set in a converted wood-frame home. 5th Street Patio Café offers a relaxed atmosphere, creative menu and is a popular local spot for brunch. Stop in and try their “oh, so yummy” Captain Crunch French Toast or Chicken and Waffles. Be sure to not get too overwhelmed by all of the menu choices handwritten on the chalkboards.
Texas dining is all about flavor and family. That’s exactly what you’ll find at BarnLight Eatery. Owners Philip and Christina Doyal are sixth generation Texans who have been cooking since they could reach the stove. That passion, along with the tradition of sharing hearty, wholesome food with family and friends, is what you’ll find here. So, pull up a chair and savor the soul of Texas cooking.
View a complete list of Unique to Frisco dining options below.