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The Londoner Pub

5454 Main St. Frisco, TX 75034-3599 | Frisco | 214-618-5025

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At The Londoner in Frisco, there are more kids tagging along with their parents than in most other North Texas bars, especially right before FC Dallas plays a soccer game across the street. Frisco's population is largely young families, so the bar has become a sort of family-friendly hang. Still, patrons throw darts and swill their share of imported beers, scotch and Irish whiskeys in the large room lined on all sides by dark, rich wood. It's designed to have the atmosphere of a traditional UK pub, but it's hard to shake the feeling of being in Frisco.


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