January 27, 2021
When Frisco Tap House first opened, it wasn’t known for its craft beers. In fact, it wasn’t known for its libations at all. The earliest incarnation of this local eatery was Frisco Burrito, which opened in Towson in the mid-90s. Tex-Mex food, particularly the vegetarian burrito, was what originally drew customers to the eatery. Slowly but surely, Frisco Taphouse expanded its repertoire to include upscale tequilas and other spirits, wine, and, of course, house-brewed beers.
Although the brewery resides next-door to the Columbia location, the Crofton branch pours the same ever-changing mix of more than 100 types of suds—many of them crafted by Frisco’s own brewmasters. The menu still features those signature burritos, along with tons of other American and Tex-Mex apps, sandwiches, entrees, and even pizzas. Pick your brew and then dig into a popular dish like the crab cake sandwich, the Old Bay wings, or the chicken pot pie.
Frisco Tap House is currently offering delivery and curbside pickup, along with limited indoor dining. Customers note that the staff has gone above and beyond to follow COVID guidelines, and mask-wearing and social-distancing are strictly enforced.