Get the door, it's the liquor store
Looking for some local Texas flair but not interested in a big-city hubbub? Stop in Frisco instead to enjoy Lone... Star specialties combined with quirky suburban charisma. While the nearby Dallas Museum of Art is certainly worth a trip, you can instead spend a day on a public art walking tour (featuring a turquoise sculpture called "Surf Dog") through Frisco. Sure the Texas Rangers games are exciting, but the Frisco RoughRiders play right in town (be sure to stay for the fireworks after the game). While Dallas may have plenty of unique museums, Frisco is home to the National Video Game Museum (which includes an arcade!). Living in Frisco, it's easy enough to cruise down the DNT and visit Dallas when you need to. But save yourself the time (and toll money) and explore everything that Frisco offers. There's no need to even swing by the 7-Eleven now that Drizly is servicing your region. Pre-game for those minor league match-ups or invite friends over to drink and play Mario Kart; whatever's on your weekend docket in Frisco, Drizly's got you covered.