In January, Frisco lost three well-known restaurants but gained two major stores.
Mattito’s at Frisco Square served Mexican dishes, such as tacos and fajitas. The restaurant still has locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Tavolo was an upscale Italian restaurant with a single location in Frisco. Owner Jeff Frankel also owned Mattito’s Tex-Mex.
Along with the Frisco location, PDQ closed its Murphy and Plano locations this month. The restaurant, which has other locations throughout Texas, specializes in chicken dishes, including tenders, salads and sandwiches.
Walmart opened another Frisco location Jan. 24. The store’s products include groceries, clothing, electronics and home goods.
Market Street opened a second location in Frisco on Jan. 26. The store has been undergoing interior construction since the summer.