6 Comfort Food restaurants in Frisco to combat the cold

6 Comfort Food restaurants in Frisco to combat the cold

It’s officially winter in Texas. We struggle to find the scarves and gloves that stand unused most of the year and dream of comfort food. Fortunately for Frisco, there are a number of places to find it close to home.

Whether you fancy a slow-cooked soup or a hearty casserole, we’ve put together a handful of the best places to warm you up from the inside out this winter.


Bourbon Burger at Bottled in Bond, Frisco | Brandon Hurd

Bottled in Bond Cocktail Bar

5285 Dallas Parkway, Suite 420, Frisco

Cooled to the bone? Come by Bottled in Bond and order a Whiskey Flight served with apple tree bacon on the side. The full bourbon and whiskey list here is outrageous – you name it, they want it. The food menu offers sophisticated comfort food such as glazed bison meatballs and a smoked boneless pork chop (which comes with white cheddar polenta, collard greens and a bourbon molasses glaze).

Note: Bond’s speakeasy style is only 18+.

Black Walnut Cafe

5225 Warren Parkway, Frisco

Black Walnut Cafe’s comprehensive, inventive menu will get your cold toes warm again in no time. Try the Turkey Black Bean Chili or soups like Chicken Tortilla and Creamy Tomato Basil. If you’re in the mood for something more hearty, go for casserole grilled cheese or pasta with meatballs made from South Texas antelope and Wagyu. Bonus: Black Walnut has a covered, heated patio.

Pho Que Huong

5110 Eldorado Parkway, # 200 and 8600 Preston Road, # 117

Pho Que Huong specializes in exquisite Vietnamese cuisine and features traditional, slow-cooked Pho broth made from the finest beef and natural spices. The menu has a wide variety of ways to customize your Pho, or you can try one of their many soup bowls, such as Curry Chicken Rice Noodle Soup, Wonton Noodle or Seafood Noodle. We can not imagine a better way to warm up!

Pure comfort food at Norma’s Cafe. | Normas Cafe

Normas Cafe

8300 Gaylord Parkway # 19, Frisco

This is Texas-sized comfort food for cold temperatures at the Texas level. Visit Norma’s Cafe in the morning for giant biscuits and southern sauce. Later in the day, warm up with Norma’s casserole roast, served with carrots, onions, potatoes and brown sauce. Another pleasant classic? The chicken and dumplings, which could be sturdy enough to carry you through February.

Tupelo Honey Cafe is the place where you can get your comfort food fix … especially for breakfast! | Tupelo honey

Tupelo honey café

6725 Winning Drive, Frisco

At Tupelo Honey Cafe you might hear someone call your meal “dinner” and you will be invited to eat some of the best biscuits you have ever had, served with blueberry jam and whipped butter. Southern comfort food is their thing and they do it with a modern, stylish flair. Warm yourself up with some comforting shrimp and groats or a Bourbon Peppercorn Glazed Meat Loaf.

Kelly’s Craft Tavern

3191 Preston Road, Frisco

There’s no shortage of ways to warm up at Kelly’s Craft Tavern (and we’re not just referring to their long list of bourbons and whiskeys). Start with a bowl of Scratch-made potato soup or Jailhouse Elk Chili. Follow it up with a plate of Buffalo Meatloaf, which is wrapped in bacon and served with sauce. Texas temps cannot compete with this menu.


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