Frisco Lodge Reviews Where To Eat

Posted by: admin January 11th, 2017

Staff picks Jennifer F.

Jennifer is a five year Frisco local from southern Maine. If she could live anywhere in the world (besides Frisco) she would live in the Mediterranean. She enjoys snowmobiling, sledding with her rock n roll two year old and bike riding. She loves the variety of restaurants in Frisco, Colorado. We put together her top five favorite places to grab a bite.  

Top Five Favorites Places To Grab A Bite In Frisco Colorado 


1.Boatyard- If you are looking for anything from trout to pizza this is your spot. They have a great happy hour from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. with appetizers and great drinks. Fill your belly but not empty your wallet. I recommend chicken satay skewers. 


2. Peppinos- It’s my favorite pizza joint in town. Supplies are limited in mountain towns and they manage to have fresh ingredients and delicious dough. Their staff is friendly and they have free delivery; which makes it especially attractive during cold winter days. I recommend the pepperoni and bacon pizza. 


3. Kemosabe- You always know what kind of quality your going to get at Kemosabe, delicious and fresh! The sushi chefs always try to delight your taste buds and take time to masterfully craft each roll. They also have a great happy hour from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. with small plates and discounted specials. I recommend the sake (Pearl) and the spicy tuna tower.

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4. Q 4 U- I love this Kansas city style restaurant right off of Hwy 9. It’s authentic and great when you are in a hurry to get a good meal. It’s also affordable and great for large platters or if your not as hungry they have individual meals depending on your hunger level. I recommend the half rack of ribs. 


5. Butterhorn- Amazing pastries, many different choices of entrees for breakfast and lunch. Very family friendly, plus you can grab a drink during breakfast! It’s the perfect start to your day before you hit the hills. I would recommend a Bloody Mary paired with the eggs butterhorn.