A growing area itself, with thousands of new residents.

Welcome to Frisco

A growing community with great schools
Frisco, Texas is a town of 177,000, considered part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. Less than 30 miles from Dallas, Frisco has quick access to the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport as well as all the amenities of the city. Frisco is a growing area itself, with thousands of new residents relocating there in recent years.

What to Love

  • Great schools, including some of the top elementary schools in the state
  • 25 minutes from the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport
  • Fantastic, upscale eateries, including a variety of high-end steakhouses

Local Lifestyle

One of the fastest-growing cities in the country, Frisco is considered family-friendly. With a good mix of urban amenities as well as more than 50 parks, Frisco combines all the best features of a small town without losing connection to must-have shops and dining. Its strong football culture and proximity to Dallas make Frisco an excellent city to call home.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

For the best steaks in town, it’s a toss-up between Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille and Dee Lincoln Prime. Located in Stonebriar Centre, Perry’s Steakhouse is an upscale grille with live jazz music in a classy setting. You can soak in the ballroom ambiance of their main dining area or reserve a table in the intimate back room. Alternatively, Dee Lincoln Prime brings steak and sushi together in its modern restaurant on Winning Drive in Frisco. Take a seat at the sushi bar and pair your rolls with one of over 30 brands of tequilas. Or, you can sit in the dining room and enjoy your steak with a glass of wine. Other popular steakhouses in Frisco include III Forks and EG Steak.

For live theater in Frisco, you can’t go wrong with Theatre Frisco or the Frisco Performing Arts Center. Theatre Frisco has a full roster of musicals, like A Gentleman’s Guide and Something Rotten! Meanwhile, the Frisco Performing Arts Center provides community shows ranging from youth recitals to coffeehouse music shows. For live music in Frisco, check out Eight 11 Place on Main Street or The Frisco Bar & Grill on Gaylord Parkway and enjoy the sounds of local musicians while you grab a drink with friends.

For the best shopping in Frisco, The Shops at Starwood offers retail shopping, dining, and personal care services. Dallas Designer Handbags and the Stonebriar Centre are other popular options. The South Frisco Village shopping mall lets locals grab lunch on the go or shop at big-name stores like Bed Bath & Beyond, Office Depot, and Jo-Ann Fabrics.

Things to Do

No trip to Frisco is complete without stopping in at The Star, Frisco’s 12,000-seat stadium. Designated as the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters, The Star offers visitors the chance to tour the 91-acre facility or take part in flea markets or youth sports camps. The stadium’s Whataburger Friday Night Stars events host varsity football games for high schools in the city. Additionally, Frisco locals can visit the Dr. Pepper Stadium at Rider’s Field. Frisco is also becoming home to the new PGA of America Headquarters and is set to open the Omni PGA Frisco Resort in the spring of 2023.
To get outside, residents can visit the Cottonwood Creek Greenbelt, with 77-acres of natural habitat to explore. You can walk along the trails, fish in one of the ponds, or take the kids to the playground for an afternoon of picnicking in the sun. The B.F. Phillips Community Park has soccer fields, a concession stand, picnic areas, and baseball diamonds.


Frisco, Texas is served by the Frisco Independent School District.


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