The Ultimate Brunch Guide in Frisco, Texas

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The Ultimate Brunch Guide in Frisco, Texas

If you’ve been wondering where the hottest brunch spots are in Frisco you’ve come to the right place! Below you’ll find my top 8 brunches in Frisco, Texas – enjoy!

*In alphabetical order*

Blue Mesa – All-you-can-eat brunch happens every Saturday and Sunday for only $24 per person. Their brunch spread includes everything from omelets to enchiladas and even mimosas!

Didi’s Downtown – If you’re looking for that hometown feel with a fancy flavor…Didi’s is going to be the spot for you! I’ve tried almost everything on their menu and it’s all delicious!

Edith’s French Bistro – My favorite spot for a girls brunch! This French Bistro has everything you need to feel like you’ve traveled to Paris without leaving the comfort of home – including High Tea!

J. Theodore – Tucked in the back corner at The Shops at Starwood this restaurant has quickly become the ‘it’ place to be. Featuring a full brunch menu there is something for everyone!

Sixty Vines – Served from 10am-3pm on Saturdays and Sundays this is the spot to brunch all day long. With a variety of shared plates, cocktails, pizza and breakfast favorites you’ll for sure be coming back to try them all!

The Common Table – If there was one brunch that blew up my DM’s…it was this one! Famously dubbed ‘Beat’s & Brunch’ this is where the party is happening every weekend.

Tupelo Honey – This place is what southern comfort food dreams are made of. Serving a variety of chicken & waffles, pancakes and bennies anything you try on the menu will leave you stuffed and wanting more!

Whiskey Cake – Start off with the tableside mimosa for everyone to enjoy and slowly make your way to the cinnamon roll pancakes. Trust me on this one!

And that wraps up the top 8 brunches in Frisco! If you loved this list and want all the pro-tips to go along with it check out our Finding Frisco book!


I'm Breshell, a travel blogger based out of Frisco, Texas capturing family-friendly luxury travel around the city of Frisco and beyond!

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