Babe’s Chicken Dinner House located in the Frisco Heritage Center is a family owned restaurant known for their made from scratch recipes served family style in a casual environment. The restaurant is composed of 4 barns built in a style and function from around 1915. The barns are arranged in a square with a patio in the center. All around the barns are various farm implements, tools, and other items that were used on a family farm. Look in the pole barn and find a 1940 Simms Ford open-cab fire truck. The truck spent its entire life in Coleman, Texas and fought its last fire in 1998. Out front is a 1920s era Hart Parr tractor weighing 6,100 pounds! The 1920s Hart Parr thresher separated the grain from the stalks when harvesting grains such as wheat.

The fried chicken dinners are the specialty, but check out the website for a complete menu.

Babe's Chicken Dinner House

Babe’s Chicken Dinner House

6475 Page Street

Frisco, TX 75034


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