The Frisco Barroom is an American Corner tavern and gathering space located in a preserved historic corner building that once served as the general store to the Old Orchard Station on the Frisco line in Webster Groves, (St. Louis) MO. The building has been converted into a time-honored barroom and dining hall with original tin ceiling and wood floors, a classic back bar, and timeless decor along with several unique outdoor spaces with courtyards and a roof top deck.
The menu is considered Rustic American and is inspired by the familiar midwestern dishes of kitchens from Missouri to Michigan that have influenced our family and generations of seasonally migrating Midwesterners. The menu is largely made from scratch with in-house fresh baked breads and roasted meats. It consists of a small snack section that is great for a quick fill while you enjoy a drink and wait for a friend. The small plates and boards include some classic Americana items and a few brought home from up north, and are great for sharing as an appetizer or as a late night snack. The Soups, Salads and Sandwiches could stand as their own menu, with offerings for the light eater as well as the diner looking to make a meal out of a soup, salad, and sandwich.
Our goal is to bring timeless décor, honest and familiar food and a friendly and caring service experience to our guests that leaves you satisfied and brings you back again.