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This Dallas-Fort Worth metro area is home to culture, history, and amazing sites. A population of 182,000 people calls Frisco, Texas home.
With plenty of outdoor recreations, art and cultural exhibits, delicious, one of a kind food and more, kick off your boots, hang up your hat, and stay a while. Welcome to Frisco!
Arts and Culture
Live theatre and musical performances, photographers, painters, and the largest collections of outdoor public art in the state of Texas are all a part of Frisco’s art and culture scene.
The extraordinary local artists are an inspiration and show creativity throughout the city.
Black Box Theater
Opened in 2010, the Black Box Theater is one of the only black box theaters in North Texas. Space is utilized for arts, science, and a cultural center for the local community.
Have a date night, a girls night out, or simply test out your creativity with a painting party at Pinot’s. In just a few hours, you can create a whimsical, colorful painting while sipping your favorite beverage.
A tribute to the late 19th century cattle drive and life on The Shawnee Trail, Central Park is home to the public art installation “Cattle Drive”.
Throughout the eight-acre park, Anita Pauwels has created life-size bronzed sculptures. The park itself is shaped from an aerial view of one of Texas’ favorite mascots, the Longhorn.
Texas Sculpture Garden
Open to the public, this unique collection celebrates many prominent Texas artists. More than 150 works are displayed including sketches and drawings, glass art, photography, and sculpture.
Texas Sculpture Garden is home to forty contemporary works and is recognized as the largest collection of its kind ever assembled and made public.
Homes for Sale in Frisco
Where to Eat in Frisco
Fifth Street Patio Café
This charming little café offers a casual dining experience and a relaxed atmosphere.
For a working lunch or a weekend brunch, you can have eclectic American comfort food with global inspirations.
Try the delicious banana foster French toast, or perhaps a black bean veggie burger. Care for something a little lighter?
They offer a strawberry spinach salad with grilled chicken, goat cheese, bacon, and strawberry vinaigrette.
The Tommy’s jalapeno alfredo pasta is a must, as is the roasted poblano pepper quesadilla. Private parties and catering are available.
For enjoying craft beers and hand-crafted cocktails on a one of a kind fireside patio with live music, try Eight|11 place.
They offer Deep Ellum Dallas Blonde American Blonde Ale, Tupps American Wheat Pale Wheat Ale, Austin Eastsiders Texas Honey and Blood Orange hard ciders, and much more. Are you hungry?
Have the kitchen whip you up a hummus duo or an artisan-style pizza. Panini’s are always a good option or even a slice of cheesecake with white or dark chocolate.
Gourmet cuisine made with wholesome vegan ingredients, Jeff’s offers a starting point to those making the transition to a plant-based diet.
From miso soup to pan-fried onion cakes, California protein burritos and a crispy spicy chacha, even non-vegans will delight in the wonderful array of dishes.
Frisco is home to seven professional sports teams. From the Dallas Cowboys to the Texas Legends, Frisco RoughRiders and FC Dallas, there’s never a dull moment for sports fans.
Attention, Gamers, Nerdvana is a place like no other. The balanced mix of futuristic and whimsical décor, this surprisingly chic place is part novelty cocktail bar, part gourmet restaurant, and part game center.
Let your nerd flag fly while you eat a crab melt with fried green tomatoes, sip on a Rated M Float made with Not Your Father’s Root Beer, and let the waves of nostalgia wash over you as you play double oh-seven’s GoldenEye.
Frisco Mountain Bike Trail and BMX Pumptrack
Built by volunteers with Dallas Off-Road Bicycle Association (DORBA), Shawnee Trail Cycling Club, and Frisco Cycling Club, this one-acre park is designed for all levels of riders.
Super Friday Fun Nights
Kids Night Out at the Frisco Athletic Center is an experience that will not be soon forgotten. Swimming in the lazy river, playing pool, air hockey and more waits.
End the night with a pizza dinner and cooperative games in the studios and gyms. Guardians must come into FAC with the participant to sign a waiver during their first visit.