The forthcoming Dallas Cowboys practice facility planned for Frisco is going to be much more than just a practice field. Called The Star in Frisco, the 91-acre development will feature a number of retail establishments, athletic facilities, and of course, plenty of new (and familiar) restaurants.
GuideLive reports that The Star will be home to some of Dallas’ most recognizable restaurants, including Mi Cocina and Liberty Burger. Restaurateur Nick Badovinus will also open a third outpost of his massively popular steakhouse Neighborhood Services at the development, which will be the "feature restaurant" at the forthcoming Omni Frisco hotel.
Most excitingly, though, Dallas’ "first lady of steak" and Del Frisco's co-founder Dee Lincoln will be returning to her upscale roots with the opening of Dee Lincoln Prime, a luxe steakhouse that will open in 2017. Lincoln already has an excellent relationship with the Dallas Cowboys, evidenced by the Dee Lincoln Bubble Bar that’s been serving up champagne since the opening of AT&T (nee Cowboys) Stadium.
Chicago export City Works will also open its first Dallas-Fort Worth outpost at The Star. According to GuideLive, City Works’ Angela Zoiss described the concept as "a true marriage of a great restaurant and classy bar," that features a rooftop patio and more than 100 craft and local beers on draft.
The Star will officially host its grand opening on August 27, at which time a number of these restaurants will not yet be open. Stay tuned for more details on this massive expansion to the suburban dining scene.