Blues Pub – Frisco’s Neighborhood Bar

Sadly, Blue’s Pub is no more. For a similar at-home feel in a Frisco bar try Stan’s Main Street.Why is it that all neighborhood bars somehow get compared to “Cheers?”  And yet, that feeling of being home-away-from-home in a local tavern is a hankering we all get from time to time.So if you’re anywhere near Eldorado and Tollway in Frisco, stop in at Blue’s Pub. You’ll quickly become one of the gang and find out why this is one of Frisco’s best neighborhood pubs.As soon as you hit the door, you’ll be greeted by a casual cozy atmosphere, hardwood bar that you’ll want to just belly up to, and  quite possibly by Blue himself.  Former owner of the Irish Rover, Blue knows how to deliver a great neighborhood bar atmosphere appropriate for casual dates and friendly gatherings with beer-drinkin’ buddies that is also a family friendly environment for those Saturday afternoon post-soccer game” celebrations with the kids.

The Food

Now, let’s talk about the food… The item you absolutely cannot miss is “THE ORIGINAL RUSTY NUTS.”  This unique combination of potato, bacon, finely diced jalapeño, diced onions, pepper jack cheese, and rolled in seasoned breadcrumbs and fried til’ golden brown, then served with homemade ranch dressing on the side. De-LISH!Blue’s also has the expected appetizers like fried cheese, hot wings, spud skins, chicken tenders, and nachos, but also look for the Philly Steak Egg Rolls or the “Heartburn Hotel” (crispy fried pickles or Jalapenos topped with homemade chili then finished off with melted jack and Cheddar cheese).For main dishes, Blue’s serves everything from fish ‘n chips, blackened tilapia, shepherd’s pie, and pasta carbonara to “This Ain’t Your Mamma’s Meatloaf.”  If you’re a burger junkie, they make a mean one! But, you can check out the entire menu for yourself.As a great place to bring the kids when you don’t wanna cook, watch sports with the guys, have a girls’ night, or just hang out, Blue’s Pub has at least 10 flat screen TVs all tuned into sports.  It isn’t overly loud inside, so conversations can flow without yelling.Plus, with daily drink specials, friendly service, and broad menu with reasonable prices, it makes you wanna go where everybody knows your name.And it’s the kind of neighborhood watering hold where if they don’t already, they will soon.Free WifiHours of OperationMonday – Friday 11 a.m. – 12 a.m.Saturday 10 a.m. – 1 a.m.Sunday 10 a.m. – 12 a.m.BrunchSaturday & Sunday 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.LunchMonday – Friday 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.5110 Eldorado Parkway, Suite 350Frisco, TX 75034Phone 214-705-7246View Larger Map