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6 Great Places to Eat in Frisco

Whenever we strike up a conversation with someone we’ve just met, one of the first things that comes up is where we live. The conversation often drifts to a related topic, like great places where the locals eat — Frisco has a lot of them.

With that in mind, we’ve chosen 6 unique, fun places to eat in Frisco that help make the dining scene in our town something to be proud of:

  1. Frisco Rail Yard
  2. Jeff’s Vegan
  3. Thai Green Village
  4. The Global Peace Factory
  5. Hutchins BBQ
  6. MOMO Japanese

The unbelievable selection of cuisine from around the world makes Frisco one of the most popular areas in the Dallas Metroplex to find great restaurants.

A male uniformed chef leans against his stainless steel commercial stove at his restaurant, possibly one of the great places to eat in Frisco.

1. Frisco Rail Yard

9040 1st St.

Frisco, TX 75034

(972) 294-5436

We’re going to start with Frisco Rail Yard because it’s a unique venue you need to experience for yourself.

Much better described as a dining experience than a restaurant, the Frisco Rail Yard is a park and outdoor dining area where various food trucks offer a wide range of options created by some of Frisco’s top local chefs.

The venue also hosts outdoor games, live music, and special events, making it one of Frisco’s top places to eat for the entire family.

Frisco Rail Yard — Learn More

2. Jeff’s Vegan

3580 Preston Rd. #107

Frisco, TX 75034

(469) 803-5883

This fantastic restaurant offers a unique take on Chinese and Vietnamese cuisine using plant-based meat substitutes.

Although it says “vegan” in the name, Jeff’s Vegan is well known for dishes that are delicious enough to meet even the standards of discerning meat lovers.

It’s also known for fast service, so it’s a popular place with the busy lunch crowd.

Read More About Jeff’s Vegan

3. Thai Green Village

7151 Preston Rd., Suite 201

Frisco, TX 75034

(214) 705-9228

Offering authentic Thai cuisine and decor, Thai Green Village is one of the most interesting places to eat in Frisco.

Made from fresh ingredients and spices like lime, ginger, kaffir leaves, turmeric, and others, the Thai food prepared by Thai Green Village is a healthy and delicious option that lends variety to the already eclectic restaurant scene in Frisco.

According to their many 5-star reviews, the green curry comes highly recommended.

Thai Green Village — See the Menu

4. The Global Peace Factory

1377 Legacy Drive #100

Frisco, TX 75034

(214) 390-7511

Looking for a unique twist on the usual coffee shop?

Start your day off with a great cup of coffee and a charitable contribution. At the Global Peace Factory, 2% of every dollar goes to a charitable cause.

Beyond great coffee, this cafe also is known for having an open, modern atmosphere and a great breakfast menu.

Read About Global Peace Factory

5. Hutchins BBQ

9225 Preston Rd.

Frisco, TX 75033

(972) 377-2046

Hutchins BBQ has been a Frisco fixture since 1978, opened by local resident Frank Hutchins as a catering business.

A winner of the Dallas Observer’s Iron Fork Award for Best Restaurant, Hutchins’ BBQ Frisco is open Wednesday to Sunday, from 9 AM–11 PM, or until sold out.

Hutchins BBQ has also appeared on Texas Monthly’s list of Top 50 BBQ Joints in the World.

Hutchins BBQ — Read More

 

6. MOMO Japanese Cuisine

4350 W. Main Street

Frisco, TX 75033

(469) 888-4594

A discussion of eclectic places to eat wouldn’t be complete without a sushi restaurant in the mix.

MOMO offers up some unique variations of traditional raw fish. Adventurous customers can try the fresh raw sea urchin (uni) and raw scallops available on Thursdays and Saturdays.

The chef’s are well known for putting together delicious omakase (chef’s choice) platters of the day’s freshest seafood.

See MOMO Japanese on Facebook

It’s Hard to Think About Food When You’re Not Feeling Your Best

With such a variety of food to try and fun atmosphere to enjoy, Frisco makes for a great place to settle down in, or even just to visit.

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(Augie) Juan Augustine Galindo Jr. MPAS, PA-C

(Augie) Juan Augustine Galindo Jr. MPAS, PA-C started his career in healthcare as a fireman/paramedic in West Texas where he served on the Midland Fire Department from 1998-2004.   He became interested in testosterone treatment after seeing how hormone replacement doctors helped those suffering from low testosterone.   After graduating from the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Physician Assistant Program, he moved to DFW where he currently lives with his wife and three children.

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