My wife and son love this place but I'm not a fan. Today I tried their trans-am aka blt sandwich and asked for it on a grilled sub roll. Unfortunately it came not grilled and the content piled in a way that you couldn't hold...More
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There ate selections good for vegetarians, such as the exploded potato and pizza. Soups are probably better at lunch time as later in the day the chili became thick and salty.
We were vectored here after getting turned away at Flying Dog (due to the children) and frankly I think we lucked out. While it's a little confusing at first if you have never been here before, it turned out to be a great lunch that...More
This place is right down the street from my husbands work. They eat here, once a week or so. It doesn't look like much & lacks any frills. The food is excellent! They take age old recipies & improve upon them. Don't expect much on...More
The cashier made it plain that she expected a tip from me for my carry out order. I don't think carry out warrants a tip. The sandwich was pretty good, but not worth going out of my way or having to pay extra for it.
I have lived in the area for 12 years now. Frisco's is one of my family's favorite place to go for a quick bite to eat. They are famous for their Exploded Potatoes which we have ordered for take out to bring to special occasion...More
I have eaten here several times and am never disappointed. The location IS odd, but once you get there, you are overwhelmed with many wonderful choices. I am partial to the exploded potatoes (they are excellent plain, but the steak version is a personal favorite),...More
We were going to tour the Flying Dog Brewery and wanted to stop for a quick lunch beforehand. We found AKA Friscos because it was just down the street. It is very casual, busy and more like a local place. They have good sandwiches and...More
We went here for lunch . All the sandwiches have unique names . Their signature dish is Exploding Potatoes . If you like / love potatoes ..you'll love these . The potatoes are baked ( I think ) then smashed and mixed together with green...More