When it comes to delicious foods, there’s no place quite like Frisco. Our city is famous for everything from steakhouses to Tex-Mex and beyond. The only problem when you’re hungry is deciding on where to go for a bite to eat! Luckily, we know all of the best restaurants in Frisco TX and are happy to be able to share them with you! Let’s take a closer look at what the city has to offer.

Our Recommendations for the Best Restaurants in Frisco

Whether you’re in the mood for slow-smoked brisket or a few freshly-prepared sushi rolls, you can find it in Frisco. Let’s start by exploring some classic Texas cookin’ from a local favorite.

Hutchins BBQ

Nothing beats the delicious smells and mouth-watering flavors of barbecue cooked to perfection. No one knows that fact better than the good folks over Hutchins Barbecue. What began over 40 years ago as a small hole-in-the-wall establishment has grown to several locations including their must-visit Frisco location.

They offer a full selection of BBQ classics to satisfy every taste and craving. Sliced brisket, chopped brisket, smoked sausage, chicken, ribs, and more are available for dine-in or catering. And if you’re still not convinced, you should know that Texas Monthly named them one of the Top 50 BBQ Joints in the World! For some of the best barbecue you’ll ever have, pay a visit to Hutchins BBQ in Frisco.

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E|G Brazilian Steakhouse

We all love backyard barbecue-style eating, but sometimes you have to go for the full high-class experience. If an evening of fine dining sounds right up your alley, be sure to give E|G Steakhouse a try. They carry on a legacy and a curltural tradition of Southern Brazilian, Gaúcho-style cooking that will knock your socks off.

We had to include E|G as one of the best restaurants in Frisco because no matter what, you never leave hungry. Simply turn your table marker to green and the Rodizio service begins. This means that a continuous stream of delectable meats will be brought by your table for you to eat from until you’ve had your fill. Pair that will a choice of fresh vegetables, fine cheeses, and other trditional Brazilian dishes, and you’re guaranteed to leave completely satisfied with your meal. We recommend you visit E|G Brazilian Steakhouse as soon as you can!

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Edoko Sushi & Robata

While steakhouses and barbecue joints are in no short supply in Frisco, there’s more to offer around when it comes to different cuisines. For a change of pace that will open your eyes to new dishes you’ll love, pay a visit to Edoko Sushi & Robata. Not only do they offer a full sushi and sashimi menu, but also the ancient Japanese custom of robata cooking.

Robata translates to “around the fireplace” and involves cooking in a simple charcoal-fired hearth. The results are fantastic though and we highly recommend giving it a try. Stop by Edoko Suchi & Robata at your first opportunity.

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Our list of the best places to eat in Frisco wouldn’t be complete without including a great place for a few drinks. When it comes to high-quality cocktails in the perfect social setting, Mash’d is the place to be. Their motto is to pay homage to Rebellious American spirit, and they do so with style. Their “hillbilly mixology” makes for classic cocktails with a signature twist all their own.

It doesn’t stop with drinks though, as Mash’d offers full lunch, brunch, and dinner menus featuring unique takes on all-American classics. Anytime is is good time to drop by Mash’d in Frisco for a bite and something to wet your whistle.

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Eating Out Because of a Broken Appliance?

If your stove won’t turn on all of a sudden or your oven stops heating up, it might seem like a great excuse to go visit one of the best restaurants in Frisco. Just remember to call Callahan’s Appliance right away to schedule service with the area’s number one company. Learn more about our Frisco appliance services here, and find more info about things to do around Frisco with our Local Guide.