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Where to Eat in the 'Burbs: Frisco

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Continuing our series on where to eat in the suburbs, here's a map of 14 places to dine in Frisco. One of the newer and fancier suburbs in the Metroplex, it's naturally laden with chain restaurants, but there are plenty of locally-owned eateries serving up fresh and creative fare if you know where to look, from barbecue and burgers to sushi and Thai. (Don't forget to check out the rest of the Where to Eat in the 'Burbs series: Addison, Carrollton, Richardson, Plano, and Denton.)


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3 Stacks Smoke & Tap House

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This recently opened cafeteria-style 'cue joint offers smoked meats including brisket, pulled pork, ribs, and sausage, plus a wide array of sides from mac and cheese to Cabernet mushrooms and around 30 beers on tap. [Photo: Kyle F./Yelp]

5th Street Patio Cafe

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A neighborhood favorite, locals flock to 5th Street for the comfortable, casual setting and standout breakfast and brunch fare like Captain Crunch French toast and a Cajun crawfish scramble. Also open for lunch and dinner.

Babe's Chicken Dinner House

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Another outpost of the legendary Roanoke fried chicken joint, serving up the same outstanding fried chicken and requisite sides in a very Texan atmosphere. [Photo: Quyen Q./Yelp]

Bonnie Ruth's Cafe

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A charming French bistro boasting a lovely patio and well-executed dishes like escargots, PEI mussels, steak frites. An array of brunch options including luscious caramel French toast.

Bull Asian Fusion Bistro

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One of the only places in Frisco to find Korean dishes like bibimbap, kalbi, and bulgogi, plus seafood pancakes, tempura, and kimchi fried rice in a sleek, modern setting with a full bar.

Edoko Sushi & Robata

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Swanky and somewhat pricey sushi spot with super-fresh sashimi, a large selection of rolls, tempura, and an array of hot dishes like udon carbonara, braised pork belly, and hot rock-seared beef.

Estilo Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse

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This newly opened Brazilian steakhouse offers a helluva all-you-can-eat experience, from the extensive salad bar with cured meats and cheeses to the many luscious cuts of meat cut right onto your plate. (Don't miss the beef ribs.)

Fadi's Mediterranean Grill

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A Frisco outpost of the local cafeteria-style chain serves up the same kaleidoscopic array of fresh Mediterranean dishes including kebabs, shawarma, falafel, and some of the best red pepper hummus in town. [Photo: Mary T./Yelp]

Kenny's Burger Joint

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Beloved Dallas chef Kenny Bowers serves up big fat burgers cooked on a wood-fire grill, with various toppings ranging from bacon, a fried egg, and bearnaise sauce to chili and cheese; plus indulgent sides like bacon-wrapped jalapenos, onion rings, and truffle fries.

Mariana's Taco Shop

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Great hole-in-the-wall serving up authentic SoCal style Mexican food like carne asada burritos and fish tacos, plus horchata and jamaica aguas frescas. [Photo: Scott M./Yelp

Pizzeria Testa

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Arguably the most authentic pizza experience you'll find in the 'burbs, Pizzeria Testa offers Neapolitan-style pies made by a world champion pizzaiolo, plus simple salads and a decent selection of Italian wines and beers.

Platia Greek Kouzina

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Authentic Greek fare from taramosalata and skordalia to gyros, souvlaki, and moussaka in a warm, relaxed setting, with a bonus patio.

Thai Green Village

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Solid renditions of Thai classics like tom kha gai, pad thai, pad kee mow, and a variety of curries dished up by a friendly staff. A BYOB policy doesn't hurt, either.

TruFire Kitchen & Bar

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Dark, cozy, and boasting a fantastic patio, TruFire has an eclectic Mediterranean-tinged menu featuring small plates, pizzas, pastas, and a killer mac and cheese with bacon, truffle oil, and a garlicky cream sauce.

3 Stacks Smoke & Tap House

This recently opened cafeteria-style 'cue joint offers smoked meats including brisket, pulled pork, ribs, and sausage, plus a wide array of sides from mac and cheese to Cabernet mushrooms and around 30 beers on tap. [Photo: Kyle F./Yelp]

5th Street Patio Cafe

A neighborhood favorite, locals flock to 5th Street for the comfortable, casual setting and standout breakfast and brunch fare like Captain Crunch French toast and a Cajun crawfish scramble. Also open for lunch and dinner.

Babe's Chicken Dinner House

Another outpost of the legendary Roanoke fried chicken joint, serving up the same outstanding fried chicken and requisite sides in a very Texan atmosphere. [Photo: Quyen Q./Yelp]

Bonnie Ruth's Cafe

A charming French bistro boasting a lovely patio and well-executed dishes like escargots, PEI mussels, steak frites. An array of brunch options including luscious caramel French toast.

Bull Asian Fusion Bistro

One of the only places in Frisco to find Korean dishes like bibimbap, kalbi, and bulgogi, plus seafood pancakes, tempura, and kimchi fried rice in a sleek, modern setting with a full bar.

Edoko Sushi & Robata

Swanky and somewhat pricey sushi spot with super-fresh sashimi, a large selection of rolls, tempura, and an array of hot dishes like udon carbonara, braised pork belly, and hot rock-seared beef.

Estilo Gaucho Brazilian Steakhouse

This newly opened Brazilian steakhouse offers a helluva all-you-can-eat experience, from the extensive salad bar with cured meats and cheeses to the many luscious cuts of meat cut right onto your plate. (Don't miss the beef ribs.)

Fadi's Mediterranean Grill

A Frisco outpost of the local cafeteria-style chain serves up the same kaleidoscopic array of fresh Mediterranean dishes including kebabs, shawarma, falafel, and some of the best red pepper hummus in town. [Photo: Mary T./Yelp]

Kenny's Burger Joint

Beloved Dallas chef Kenny Bowers serves up big fat burgers cooked on a wood-fire grill, with various toppings ranging from bacon, a fried egg, and bearnaise sauce to chili and cheese; plus indulgent sides like bacon-wrapped jalapenos, onion rings, and truffle fries.

Mariana's Taco Shop

Great hole-in-the-wall serving up authentic SoCal style Mexican food like carne asada burritos and fish tacos, plus horchata and jamaica aguas frescas. [Photo: Scott M./Yelp

Pizzeria Testa

Arguably the most authentic pizza experience you'll find in the 'burbs, Pizzeria Testa offers Neapolitan-style pies made by a world champion pizzaiolo, plus simple salads and a decent selection of Italian wines and beers.

Platia Greek Kouzina

Authentic Greek fare from taramosalata and skordalia to gyros, souvlaki, and moussaka in a warm, relaxed setting, with a bonus patio.

Thai Green Village

Solid renditions of Thai classics like tom kha gai, pad thai, pad kee mow, and a variety of curries dished up by a friendly staff. A BYOB policy doesn't hurt, either.

TruFire Kitchen & Bar

Dark, cozy, and boasting a fantastic patio, TruFire has an eclectic Mediterranean-tinged menu featuring small plates, pizzas, pastas, and a killer mac and cheese with bacon, truffle oil, and a garlicky cream sauce.

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