A woman shopping in Frisco's Rail District.

Discover Frisco’s Rail District

With the city’s iconic water tower standing proudly above Main Street, Frisco’s Rail District entices visitors with charming boutiques and appetizing restaurants.

Head to downtown Frisco and check out these local shops:

Patti Ann’s Flowers

Regardless of whether you need flowers for a special occasion or no occasion, Patti Ann Flowers adds a splash of color to your home. This family-owned-and-operated shop has served the Frisco area since 1982. The florists artistically arrange the bouquets using flowers from around the world. Choices include carnations, orange roses, and stargazer lilies. 

Lillian Welch 

At Lillian Welch, the motto is “Live Inspired. Give the Unexpected.” Named after the owner’s great-grandmother, the lifestyle shop is a blend of European elegance and Southern charm. Guests can find a selection of fine gifts, paper goods, and home accents. Discover curated gifts and pampering treats like pearl bracelets, loungewear, and luxury linens.

Eight/11 Place

As one of Frisco’s top live-music venues, Eight/11 Place offers an intimate experience. Locals gather for outstanding wines and food that warms the soul. The one-of-kind, fireside patio comes complete with street views, twinkling lights, and plenty of seating. In the kitchen, chefs prepare delicious panini sandwiches including The Cuban, The Skinny Italian, and pulled pork & slaw.  

The Heritage

Step back in time at The Heritage. Found inside a converted Victorian home, it offers quality meals in an inviting, family-friendly atmosphere. From the savory brioche bread to the sweet ice cream, the chefs make everything from scratch. Diners can enjoy a meal during brunch, lunch, and dinner hours with choices like hangar steak, red pepper penne, and smoked chops. 

If you would like to call our apartments in Frisco, TX, home, please contact us. We will gladly give you a tour where you can see firsthand all The Maxwell has to offer. 

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