Jimmy Buffet image courtesy Sam Howitz
Welcome Parrotheads!Whether you live in Frisco or are just in for the Jimmy Buffett 2015 concert, here’s your guide to Frisco for a fun, festive, fins weekend.Since the last time you were here Frisco passed the late night ordinance so our bars can stay open until 2 a.m.!See a map of all of these locations at the bottom of this post or click through to each on for more details, hours, etc…
- Eat & Drink
- Grocerys & Supplies
- Drug Stores and Medical
Eat & Drink
Coffee & Breakfast: Lean to the Left
Mochas & Javas: One of our favorites, Mochas & Javas has locally roasted coffee and built-in bakery. Don’t miss their 50% off Kolache’s on Friday. Located at El Dorado and Legacy, it’s just north of Toyota Stadium and worth a visit.
Depot Cafe: It doesn’t get more Frisco than this and you can’t beat the breakfast. There’s likely to be a wait but it’s worth it! Fill your belly for a long day with good food and a little local history. Located off Main Street east of the stadium, the entrance faces east and is connected to the Exxon station.
Jakes Uptown: Known for burgers, they also serve a good cup of coffee and good basic breakfast. As a bonus it’s within staggering distance of the stadium. At some point this weekend you’ll likely wind up at Jake’s.
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Lunch, Dinner & Late: Lean to the Right
Stan’s Main Street has become a staple for Frisco Local’s and is one of the most friendly bars you’ll walk into anywhere. They have amazing burgers, friendly staff, a comfy back patio, and cold beer. If you’re looking for a taste of local in a Frisco bar, check them out!Jakes Uptown: Raging good burgers! They also have a good variety of cold beer and great patio for watching the action at the stadium from a distance. As a bonus it’s within staggering distance of the stadium. At some point this weekend you’ll likely wind up at Jake’s.
Mattito’s: Jimmy Buffett and Margarita’s go hand in hand, so stagger across the street (lean to the south?) for some great fajita’s, margarita’s, and a patio with a view of the action.Dodie’s Live: Also within walking distance, Dodie’s serves up casual cajun cuisine in a fun atmosphere. They have a great bar and patio, lot’s of screens and is a perfect place to escape the sun and quench your thirst.
eSpiritu: Looking for a casual spot to grab a drink? Check out local favorite eSpiritu in Frisco Square (facing south). They don’t serve food but you can bring stuff in or have it delivered. Great local watering hole and right next to En Fuego in case you’re craving a cigar.
Pizzeria Testa: One of a kind and with an international, award-winning, authentic Italian pizza chef. If your’e not from Frisco this is a don’t miss while you’re in town. Testa serves tasty traditional Neapolitan style pizza.
Eight 11 Place: Frisco’s favorite wine bar! Loaded with austin charm, eight 11 place is cozy, has a unique wine selection, and local beers on tap. Hit the back yard bar, it’s a perfect summer time hang in Frisco. Located just east on Main Street from Toyota Stadium.
Randy’s Steakhouse: A Frisco historical landmark, Randy’s serves up a top-notch steak dinner and is a local favorite. If you want to sit down and enjoy a long meal Randy’s is the place to go. Located just down Main Street from Toyota Stadium.
Manny’s: While they’ve moved a couple of times, Manny’s has been a Tex-Mex staple in Frisco longer than I can remember. It’s a fun, quaint atmosphere with killer fajita’s. Also just down Main Street toward downtown Frisco. You can easily walk it if you want.
Groceries & Supplies:
Market Street: Somewhere between the average grocery store and While Foods lies Market Street. They have an amazing prepared food area that’s has everything from sandwiches and pizza to sushi, homemade soups, salads, and more. They also have a great selection of Beer & Wine in addition to the other groceries you might need or want. Market Street also provides a more upscale environment and someone will bag and walk your groceries out to your car, no tip needed.Bonus: Extensive bakery for all of those tasty breakfast treats, Peet’s Coffee bar and a smoothie bar inside the north entrance.Kroger: Straight west on Main Street from Toyota Stadium about 1 – 2 miles on the left.
Beer & Wine Liquor
In Frisco you can only buy beer and wine in grocery stores. If you need something a little stronger our location of choice is theGoody Goody: On the Frisco/Little Elm border. This place has everything you need in the adult beverage department. Head West on Main St. from Toyota Stadium about 3 miles, then right (North) on 423 (also called Main Street). Goody Goody will be on your right about another mile(ish) up, you can’t miss it.Super Target: For all of your general supply needs, as well as a respectable grocery store head to Super Target on Eldorado just off the tollroad. About 1 – 2 miles north of Main Street on the Tollroad (tip: don’t get on the tollroad, you’re only going up one exit). Take a left on Eldorado and Super Target will be on your left. You can’t miss it!
Drug Stores and Medical
CVS: Head West on Main St. from Toyota Stadium about 1 mile. CVS will be on your right at the intersection of Main and Legacy.Walgreens: Head West on Main St. from Toyota Stadium about 2 miles. Walgreens will be on your right at the intersection of Main and Teel parkway.
In order of distance from Toyota Stadium. Hopefully you don’t need this but…Legacy ER (map): Take Main Street 1 mile west of Toyota Stadium. Take a right on Legacy and Legacy ER will be on your left.(972) 668-60207am – 11pm daily.Concentra Urgent Care (map): Take Main Street 1.5 – 2 miles west of Toyota Stadium, in the Kroger parking strip mall north of the grocery store.(972) 712-5454Sat – Sun: 8am – 5pm
Baylor Medical Center at Frisco (map): Open 24hrs, Emergeny Room. Dallas Tollroad south to Warren Parkway. Left on Warren, Baylor will be about 1 mile in on your left.