Foote’s Rest is an outdoor restaurant in the summer with rows of picnic tables and umbrellas, plus a fire pit, horseshoes and bean toss in the yard. It remains open all winter with a spacious heated tent for shelter. The history of the Foote’s Rest property dates back to the gold and silver mining of the late 1800s. The owner revived the old-town buildings that his grandparents owned and operated back in the 1940s, and he guarantees if you come in once, you’ll come back again. A couple of the old cabins have been remodeled into a fish-taco stand and an adult-beverage bar. There is a stage area for live entertainment. To start your day, breakfast features homemade donuts and burritos. They also serve lunch and dinner here with an easy menu of burgers, sandwiches, beer and specialty cocktails. Hang out in a historic part of Frisco and enjoy a casual, family-friendly atmosphere. For homemade ice cream and sweets, Foote’s Rest Sweet Shoppe is right next door.
512 Main Street, Frisco