Here are several businesses that have opened or will open soon in north Frisco.

Now open

1. Black Rifle Coffee Company

The veteran-founded coffee shop offers coffee by the bag or on the go along with apparel and gear.2. Hunt Family Dentistry

The dentist office will offer several general dental services, such as fillings, crowns, bridges, extractions, dentures and clear aligner therapy, owner Dr. Dominique Hunt said in an email.3. Love Your Face Dallas

Owner Annette McAuley said her business first opened in Plano in 2019 before she moved the location to Frisco in October. The business offers aesthetic services, such as microneedling, lip fillers, anti-wrinkle injections, Botox and more, McAuley said. The medical spa also offers some wellness services, including vitamin B12 shots, she said.4. Play Street Museum

The museum is an interactive play area designed to encourage children’s sense of independence and creativity, according to the company's website.5. Rotate Bar & Kitchen

Located at Frisco’s Main Street and Dallas Parkway intersection, the sports bar serves multicuisine food, including Indian butter chicken, Cajun pasta, a caprese sandwich as well as a wide variety of beers, cocktails and more, according to its website.6. Texas Family Fitness

The new gym officially opened Jan. 3, location General Manager Nolan Ritchie said. Texas Family Fitness’ mission is to provide affordable, first-class fitness, Ritchie said. The location offers cardio strength spaces, group fitness classes, cycle classes, a recovery lounge, a women’s-only workout space and a kids area, he said.7. The Exercise Coach

Co-owners Michele and Jim Montgomery opened The Exercise Coach’s north Frisco location, the second in the city, in mid-January, Jim Montgomery said. The appointment-only studio offers technology- and data-driven, personalized exercises designed to help clients reach their fitness goals, such as improving strength and stamina, muscle tone, weight loss, and overall health.8. Valerie's Taco Shop

The restaurant offers San Diego-style Mexican food and sells a variety of meat and vegetable tacos, including carne asada, grilled shrimp and carnitas.

It also has locations in McKinney, Plano and Flower Mound.Coming soon

9. Beyond Pilates

The new location will offer Pilates classes as well as an in-store athletic-wear boutique featuring Lululemon and other brands, wellness coaching, and nutrition coaching, owner Beth Crain said in an email.10. Chalo India

The store will offer a variety of dry goods, frozen meals and fresh produce focused on flavors found in India. In addition, Chalo India will also include a cafe.
  • Opening in May
  • 11010 Panther Creek Parkway, Ste. 1, Frisco
  • No website or phone number is available.
11. Session Pilates

The Pilates studio chain has locations in Lakewood, Plano and Dallas, according to its website. It offers music beat-based, high-intensity workouts for both experienced and beginner members, according to a Jan. 18 news release from the company. Session Pilates also lets members buy out a class for private events, such as team bonding or parties, according to its website.12. Universal Billiards

The business is scheduled to shut down in Plano location at 4568 SH 121, Ste. 102, Plano, in March to open in a new showroom location in Frisco, co-owner Ciarra Brother said.In the news

13. The University of North Texas at Frisco

The university celebrated the first anniversary of the Frisco Landing campus Jan. 11. The celebration included university staff, students and community members along with the creation of a time capsule to commemorate the campus’s first year.