From unique experiences and services to furniture and apparel, Frisco is home to several businesses with something special to offer.

Here are five unique businesses to check out in Frisco:

Graceful Picnics

With picnics being one of the latest party trends, Frisco residents are lucky to have Graceful Picnic, a luxury pop-up picnic business.

Graceful Picnics has you covered with everything needed for your Instagram-worthy gathering.

Graceful Picnics currently offers two packages and six themes for customers to customize their perfect picnic.


2601 Preston Road, Suite 3011, Frisco

Looking for a family adventure? You’ll find it right in your backyard.

Frisco is home to KidZania, a children’s amusement center that attracts visitors from all over Dallas-Forth Worth.

KidZania describes itself as “an interactive city made for children 1-14 that combines inspiration, fun and learning through realistic role-play, making KidZania one of the fastest growing global learning and entertainment brands in the world.”

Storied Roots

7227 Main St., Suite 400, Frisco

Storied Roots isn’t your typical furniture store.

With every product hand-selected from local craftspeople around the world, you’re sure to find a unique piece to bring home.

Storied Roots carries handcrafted rattan, teak wood, and stone pieces that will make a statement in any home.

Tumbleweed TexStyles

7511 Main St., Suite A120, Frisco

Started by two Texas educators, Tumbleweed TexStyles is making an impact within the community by donating a percentage of each sale to the Frisco Education Foundation.

With its creative designs showcasing what Texans love most about the Lone Star State, apparel by Tumbleweed TexStyles Frisco has been featured in several Texas-based publications as well as seen on the Today show, NBC Nightly News, and Late Night with Seth Meyers.

The To-Done List 

If your home needs order, look no further.

The To-Done List specializes in organization and optimization that will completely transform your space.

Whether you need a practical playroom, perfect pantry, or dream closet, The To-Done List can help you get the job done.


Briana Edwards is a contributor for Check Out DFW and writes about things to do and city recommendations. She has written for the NBC television station in Houston, a variety of entertainment publications and the Houston rodeo.