Head Chef Constancio “Stan” Rodrigues is the main talent in the kitchen and comes to Frisco via Nick & Sam’s Grill in Uptown. (Sidebar: We were regulars there due to the unique flavor combinations of this man. Bar none; he is a genius with food.)
Want to get your brunch on? Try one of five different tacos, a yogurt-granola parfait, Belgian waffles, or S’mores French toast. When we went in on Sunday morning, I ordered the Sweet Bacon Taco which melted in my mouth… the combination of bacon, tender almost melting sweet potato over a scrambled egg wrapped in a corn tortilla was perfection.
Starters and salads include chips and salsa, cannelini bean hummus, Cajun deviled eggs, bruschetta, fried pickles, Caesar with blackened salmon, Chinese chicken, and a “farmers” salad with roasted vegetables.
All entrees are served on mini wooden “plates” which feel more like personal cutting boards and branded with the Three Squares brand. For dessert, there are a variety of milk shakes including exotic flavors like peanut butter and praline, but you absolutely have to try the Whiskey Bread Pudding… words can’t describe it.
Insider tip: You don’t have to park on the street. There is an indoor hallway that leads from the parking garage to the Three Squares entrance (it’s not just for the hospital). You’ll have to briefly step out side between the hall exit and Three Squares front door but you’ll always be covered from rain or the Texas sun.
The other tip we’ll give you is to look all over the menu when deciding what to eat. There are food items for all meals all over so give it a good look and don’t miss anything.
Three Squares also has a covered patio that looks out onto Frisco Square, and the best part is that after about 12 noon, you’ll be shaded.
On each visit we’ve found the staff to be friendly and helpful.