We welcome Frisco Square to the official network of the Festival. This is the place for all things music, food, fashion, film and the arts. Make yourself at home and make use of all of the tools here to showcase what you do in the Square. Also, you can use the Invite above to expose others to what you're doing on this communications platform. We appreciate you being here. There are some exciting things ahead.
When you have spare time familiarize yourself with the Community Guidelines we've put in place to ensure that everyone's experience on this network is of the highest quality. One of the first things to do is upload a photoID/Logo via the 'Settings' link to the upper right column of your page. We also invite Members of this network to take full advantage of the newly introduced Member Marketing Program that allows you to tap into the now 15,000+ followers of the Festival across the entire social media system. Also, be sure to upload your events in the Community Calendar for all to see throughout the Metroplex. If you're interested in any of this or if you have any questions call us at 214.702.4286.
The inaugural Frisco Uncorked is an afternoon of free fun for everyone featuring four bands, delicious food from local restaurants, wine tastings, shopping, a play zone for kids and the must-see grape stomping competition. The stage will be rockin’ with … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle Not long ago we ran into chef Jill Bates, the recently former pastry chef at Dean Fearings eponymous restaurant located in the beautiful Dallas Ritz-Carlton. We asked about her departure and she made it very clear the … Continue reading →
by Joey Stewart While not to the extent of the poke craze, handroll bars are becoming quite the thing on the Dallas culinary world. Riding the wave of Namo and Nori Handroll Bar comes a third introduction, Sushi De Handroll, … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle How The Grill on the Alley escaped us in the past is beyond our comprehension. The restaurant located just outside the Dallas Galleria has quietly been serving up some classic dishes, along with some of the best … Continue reading →
by Steven Doyle Picasso’s Pizza and Grill is this sweet neighborhood Italian eatery that now dots our Dallas landscape. You will find the original location (moved about a block to newer digs) in Lake Highlands, plus several more locations including … Continue reading →