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The Star District Welcomes Five New Restaurants & Bars


The Star District. | Image from the The Star in Frisco

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The Star District in Frisco will welcome five new restaurants. The forthcoming establishments will offer a variety of themes to choose from: Italian, Indian, seafood, and more. The restaurants will open sometime in 2022 in the development that is also home to the Dallas Cowboys.

The Glen and Monarch Stag will be located at 6655 Winning Drive, Suite 600. The new restaurant and adjacent bar will offer a complete dining experience with plenty of seafood dishes to choose from, as well as wines, scotch, and whiskey. Patrons will also be able to enjoy a cigar lounge, live music, and various entertainment acts such as aerial acrobats.

Lombardi Cucina Italiana will open up just a few doors down with all the makings of a genuine Italian eatery. The restaurant will feature an open-air villa with Italian marble, elegant chandeliers, and authentic Italian decor. The restaurant will offer Italian cuisine and a variety of wines and cocktails.

Roti Grill isn’t new to The Star District. The Indian restaurant will open in a bigger and better space at Gaylord Parkway. Roti will offer a revamped menu along with a bar and outdoor seating. The fresh Indian food grill plans to be open at its new location in early 2022.

Snowbird Cocktail Lounge & Kitchen brings a new concept to The Star with its Art-Deco lounge and mixology cocktails. The lounge and kitchen will also offer small plates and plenty of music.

Sidecar Social will round out the new additions with some fun and games. The outdoor venue will encompass a 15,000 square-foot space for patrons to come and enjoy craft cocktails, live music, big-screen TVs, karaoke, and an all-season patio to kick back and relax. The Sidecar Social comes from the founder behind BoomerJack’s Sports Bar, Brent Tipps.

The five establishments will be a welcome addition to The Star District, which lost some businesses due to the pandemic.

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