8898 Coleman Blvd.
Frisco, TX 75034Neighborhood:
Creole / Cajun / SouthernPrice: $31 to $50
- Dining Style: Casual Elegant
- Website: http://www.nolagrillfrisco.com/
- Phone: 9723776652x
- Hours of Operation:
24 Hour Reservations Required for Parties of 5 or more.
Lunch and Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday: 11:00am - 11:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am - 5:00pm - Special brunch menu served until 5:00pm. Closed for dinner service.
Lunch Menu is served 11am to 5pm
Dinner service starts at 5pm.
- Payment Options: AMEX,Discover,MasterCard,Visa
- Cuisine: Creole / Cajun / Southern, Creole
- Executive Chef: Nick Totten
- Dress Code: Business Casual
- Accepts Walk-Ins: Yes
- Additional Details: Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Weekend Brunch, Wine, Wine Bar
A word from Nola Grill
New Orleans Style Grill featuring Steaks, Chops and Fresh Seafood also Po Boys, Oysters and Shrimp
New Orleans Style Grill featuring Steaks, Chops and Fresh Seafood also Po Boys, Oysters and Shrimp
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Nola Grill reviews from OpenTable diners
60 reviews since April 23, 2014
- Ambiance4.2Noise LevelModerate
neighborhood gem (32)fit for foodies (28)special occasion (28)romantic (27)great for brunch (13)notable wine list (12)great for outdoor dining (12)good for groups (11)late-night find (9)great for lunch (8)kid-friendly (6)hot spot (5)vibrant bar scene (2)scenic view (1)Show More
- Nola GrillLindaLouDined on 8/16/2014The food and service were excellent. We loved the trio too. It was nice to be able to try several things during restaurant week. I'm not sure we would have tried the bread pudding on a regular night. That would have been sad because it was outstanding. My dining companion asked in jest if he could lick the plate. It was that good. We wish you continued success!Special Features:
- Love the food!OpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 8/16/2014We love Pappadeaux, but NOLA is far better! She crab soup is the best! Every dish we had was spectacular.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Mediocre Food, Pretentious Waiterchef4funDined on 8/16/2014We visited for Dallas Restaurant Week and were very disappointed. We felt very rushed. Our entrees came out before we had a chance to finish our salads. Someone forgot the salt and the cheese for the grits. Etouffee was bland. Our waiter was extremely rude. When I poured the wine because he was nowhere to be seen, he rushed over and said, "I guess I need to get you a waiter's apron so you can have my job." I could go on and on, but needless to say, we won't be going back. When I spend $150 on a meal with wine for two, I expect a nice meal and experience. This place thinks too highly of itself. I felt like we totally wasted our time and money.
- Cajun QueenTwogalsDined on 8/15/2014Had reservation for 6pm during Restaurant Week. We were greeted and treated all night like VIPs. Food presentation was beautiful and it's obvious that the chef is meticulous and truly cares. The menu was very interesting and had some exciting looking options. The waiter we had was very attentive and truly accommodating in every way being able to discuss the menu items in great detail and even bringing us samples of the offered soups so we could decide which we preferred. Timing between courses was perfect and so we did not feel rushed at all. Gotta have the bread pudding with chocolate chips. The cheesecake was awesome too. All being prepared on site from scratch.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- OpenTable Diner Since 2014Dined on 8/14/2014My family and I went to Nola the other night for dinner. They had a pianist playing that evening, that was nice, nothing like that in the Frisco area. Reed was our server, he was very knowledgeable, polite and very attentive. The food was out of this world. you can tell it is made from scratch. If you want to eat true New Orleans food in Texas, then go to Nola Grill! We will definitely be telling all our friends about this unique restaurant and we will be back.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Restaurant WeekJSO421Dined on 8/12/2014This was my 1st time here. There were only 3 waiters and they all seemed really busy. The salad was the best part of my meal. It was a tomato mozzerella salad w/balsamic glaze. The red fish was a little overcooked & bland. The grits & crawfish were great! The strawberry cake was dry as a board & the whipped topping on top still had chunks of agglutinated cream in it. So I only at the strawberries. My sister had the rootbeer brisket. This was just a sliced up pork loin that was super salty. The gouda mac and cheese was pretty good. A little on the gritty side, but good. Her bread pudding was her highlight of her dinner. It was a chocolate chip bread pudding that was nice, warm, and saucy. Sorry to say, I probably will not be returning.
- You have got to try this place out!charlesDined on 8/12/2014Visited during Restaurant Week for the first time and will certainly be returning! The food was outstanding and the service was enthusiastic! Particularly enjoyed the bread pudding dessert!Special Features:
- Laissez les bon temps roulez!kgagecDined on 8/12/2014NOLA offers a great blend of traditional creole and southern cuisine. Blackened redfish over cheddar grits in a bowl of crawfish etouffee was amazing and the pork brisket (yes, pork brisket) with asparagus and baked mac-n-cheese might have been better. And to finish things off was a perfect bread pudding, the way it should be made, without fruit! This would be a great spot for a date or small get-together. Highly recommend it.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great Restaurant/Bad ServiceOpenTable Diner Since 2013Dined on 8/12/2014Alright, I'll try not to be too harsh. It's likely our water was new. He didn't write down our order (messed it up initially which is why I was wondering). My wife pointed out that they don't do that in Rhse restaurants. Fine. This guy is new. He's got a ton of things to remember, so writing it down for starting out isn't a bad way to transition in. We ended up getting a free coke (he forgot for a long time), free dessert (he brought out the wrong one), and a free hurricane (compliments of the manager). Great food but bad service. Love the restaurant week menu.Special Features:
- New Orleans revisitedBobKDined on 8/9/2014My wife is from New Orleans. She loves the food she was brought up on. NOLA helped her go back for a while. The chef trained with Emeril Lagasse and has brought true New Orleans food to north Texas. My wife got two appetizers and the She crab soup. The shrimp and grits would be a great entree if they just put two more shrimp in it. I had the pork brisket and the flavors were wonderful but the meat a little tough. Not, so I would not order it again. Our server was new and needs more training and the three piece band was a little loud when we were sitting two tables from them. The food was so wonderful I can't wait to go back.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- 1939TexasGuy1939TexasGuyDined on 8/2/2014Excellent find & a very good surprise. Food excellent with that New Orleans slant. Fun to be entertained by a "good sound" jazz trio while dinning. My negative is the amount of time between food servings - took most of 1 1/2 hours for a three coarse meal plus an opening glass of wine. This Saturday evening, we had plenty of time and did enjoy the jazz music, but did began to worder if the food servings would ever get to our table. The wait staff very courteous, but "table service servings" left a lot to be desired - 1st waiter took drink order, after wine serving, took our meal order. 2nd waiter brought our wine from the bar. 3rd waiter brought first and second course, 4th waiter brought main entree, 1st waiter brought final billing.Special Features:
- NolaKalbDined on 8/2/2014The food was excellent! It was a little pricy for the amount of food you get. It's in a great location and really nice inside.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Holy NOLA!IrishdinerDined on 8/1/2014Fantastic cuisine and wonderful wine list! Must try the BBQ shrimp and grits!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- A slice of NOLA in FriscomtdicksonVIPDined on 7/26/2014We were skeptical this restaurant could meet our expectations as we love New Orleans, and try to visit regularly. We were delighted with our meal! My husband declared their sazerac better than at Tujague's where they originated. The etouffe was sublime and made me wish for a trip back to one of my favorite cities. The jazz combo playing that night was great. We could have stayed there inhabiting that table all evening just to listen. Service was good, albeit a tad chatty. It took a little while to get the ball rolling, but once we had a drinks and our orders turned in, everything was perfect. I think the only thing I can recommend is a little more flavor in the bread pudding. It was rich, but lacked spice and/or bourbon sauce!Special Features:
- Very authentic Cajun FoodKatyMaeDined on 7/25/2014The food was great! The service was amazing! We searched for a Cajun restaurant in the area to celebrate a Birthday and this was a wonderful find! I highly recommend it.Special Features:
- Great PlaceadvchknDined on 7/19/2014The food was great- don't skip the bread pudding !!!! The waiter's advice was very helpful. We are making plans to go back again!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- yet to be "discovered"goodelfDined on 7/13/2014second time here, this time for brunch with three friends. Veronica gave us very attentive service and the chef was also accommodating to the gluten free needs of one of us. not a huge or expansive menu but what they do, they do extremely well. great brunch special of the day and super drink specials as well. not crowded at all, (once this place is "discovered" that will change) so we were not rushed and felt we could visit rather than give up the booth as soon as our forks were down. will come back here and the two others that live locally said they would also.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Top Notch as AlwaysCriticDined on 7/10/2014Great Food and Service everytime I return to Nola Grill. Best Soith Louisiana restaurant in Dfw!! True French Quarter feelSpecial Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Excellent Choice for DinnerLanceDined on 7/8/2014My wife and I have dined at NOLA on three occasions. We have enjoyed each visit. We have ordered about 4 different entrees ourselves, with several other dishes being ordered by our guest. Each menu item was thoroughly enjoyed. The Bread Pudding is one of the best desserts I have eaten in Texas. The food is excellent and we will return!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Pricey but deliciousDelaware2DallasDined on 7/8/2014I had a cocktail, meal, and dessert. All were wonderful. Server was great. If menu wasn't so costly I would frequent this restaurant.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Bad food, terrible musicYumyumgoodDined on 7/3/2014Lamb was out of stock so server offered to substitute with filet mignon. Sent it back because it was undercooked. Chef grilled their regular steak dish instead. I ordered medium but still came back very red in the middle. Wife order a pasta dish that was just ok at best. Pianist couldn't play a single tune literally. She was just messing around playing different chords that didn't even make sense. She tried to Alicia Keys but quit in the middle of the song and played some other nonesense. It was like someone practicing at home. Sounded terrible and had to listen to it for an hour. Definitely will not be going back ever.
- Great staff. Great food.SBowDined on 7/3/2014Entrees & desserts are wonderful. Bartender, waitstaff & everyone are the best I've seen in a long time. Great place to eat.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- awesome changeMichaelVIPDined on 6/20/2014Love this restaurant.........unique & high quality food.Special Features:
- lagram24Dined on 6/14/2014Chargrilled oysters were not available..."truck from Louisiana had not arrived yet today"...it was 12:30 pm. No Southern Comfort stocked at the bar. Fried green tomatoes with shrimp was delightful. Copper Salmon was really good and prepared to order since it was lunchtime and usually not available for lunch.Special Features:
- Don't Miss NolaKShelDined on 6/6/2014Nola has become our go to place. They had me at Charbroiled Oysters! We had fantastic service with Steve and he's the type of server you remember and ask for every time.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Outstanding Service!!OpenTable Diner Since 2009Dined on 5/28/2014I will absolutely go back again. Not only was the food top notch, the service was impeccable.Special Features:
- Yummy!jlayDined on 5/17/2014I loved this place. I went for a quick lunch and I was excited from the moment I walked into the establishment. I ordered the duck and andouille gumbo and it was amazing!!!!! I am happy I went and I will definitely be going back soon.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- NOLA Grill Great FindChriswaDined on 5/11/2014I invited my sisters and stepmom to Mothers Day lunch and it was great! We had a reservation - luckily, as it got quite crowded. The restaurant even called to confirm the reservation the day before. We arrived early but were seated right away. Free mimosas for moms was nice. Try the Andouille Sausage appetizers - with Red Beans and Rice. I had the NOLA Benedict - fried green tomatoes, crab, poached egg and creole mustard sauce -mmmm. My sister had the BBQ Shrimp and Grits - delciieux! The bread pudding was to die for! Our server was energetic and friendly. The only issue was that it took a while for our food to come once ordered, but then, it was a full restaurant.Special Features:
- Eat at Nola'sFoodnaziDined on 5/10/2014I had the calamari, my partner had a house salad. The calamari was excellent. We followed that with grilled Red Fish and a seafood pasta, forget the name but loved the dish. We then had our server recommended Bread Pudding Outstanding. Service was top notch and the little Jazz band gave everything a cool grove. We will return.Special Features:
- OutstandingCriticDined on 5/7/2014Said it before Best True New Orleans food in Dfw. And I live in New Orleans and do buisness in Dallas. Lunch is Great Dinner is amazing and vaint wait to try Brinch !!!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Menu changeKatieVIPDined on 5/2/2014The husband was disappointed to find that they took off the pork chop. He went with the pasta which I had gotten before. I noticed that the portion has shrunk on that (before it was definitely enough for 2, so it was still large enough, but they kept the price and reduced the portion for sure). I tried their new pork dish - pork brisket. I'm pregnant so I had to get it med-well (it comes med-rare). It was still good but took some extra time to prepare. I think I should have chosen differently, but I had already made up my mind. The new potato salad that came with my dish was very mayo-heavy and I did not care for it. The charbroiled oysters are still a fave. Service was fair that night. I had to ask for bread/butter. Didn't see waiter much.Special Features:
- Priceluv2dineDined on 4/29/2014I think the food is pricey. It came out cold. That was surprising considering the crowd was small.Special Features:
- Great FindSchaPOWDined on 4/26/2014My wife and I tried this one for a date night and it was really enjoyable with some areas of improvement. The starter cocktails were excellent and so was the Charbroiled Oysters for an appetizer. We also started with the gumbo for my wife and I had the lobster bisque. Both were great with the right amount of heat. For dinner, my wife had the special for that day. Unfortunately it was a bit bland (no heat). I had the special for the day before (red fish). The dish was excellent. The service was excellent and conversational. We really enjoyed having a server that knew the food and was enthusiastic about our visit. Try to sit far away from the piano. The music was loud for the size of the room and the floors really amplify the sound.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Good food...super priceyFriscoFoodieDined on 4/26/2014The food is good, but the dining experience is not worth the price tag. Have tried the duck and sampled the steak. Both delicious (steak slightly overcooked for medium). Have visited twice for dinner. The first time the service was stellar. Second time it was only adequate. The hostess staff is young...again, does not fit the price tag of the meal. Ambiance leaves something to be desired. Maybe if someone were playing the piano that sits right at the front door, the ambiance could be taken up a notch. Love the location off Main Street Frisco.Special Features:
- Great Local RestaurantLoveGreatFoodDined on 4/26/2014The Nola Grill is local gem. Steve is an outstanding server with great suggestions about the menu items. The food is prepared at the highest level. Everything about the meal is enjoyable.Special Features:
- Frisco Gemclarkterrill192Dined on 4/25/2014I can't say enough great things about Nola Grill. From the very start when our waiter, Steve, greeted us, to the appetizer, entrée and desert choices... the entire experience was outstanding. Food is easily on-par with some of the best dining spots in DFW. We'll be back for sure.Special Features:
- The following 83 reviews are from the Nola Grill reviews archive.
- The Best of FriscoFriscojim1Dined on 4/20/2014Having heard mixed reviews secondhand, we were a bit apprehensive about our visit. That changed quickly upon our arrival. The hostess and waiters were very friendly. Drinks were quickly served and appetizers were outstanding! My fiancée had the crab soup and we shared fried green tomatoes. Our entrees followed and exceeded our expectations. The NOLA Benedict was as good as anything I've enjoyed in New Orleans, and I've dined there many times. We would rate Nola as the top restaurant, actually in Frisco proper.Special Features:
- DinnerOpenTable Diner Since 2010Dined on 4/12/2014The restaurant was a nice place tucked away. The food was good, out waitress was great, and the live music made for a very enjoyable dinner. The Hurricane's were very tasty and dessert so sweet. The meal was good and present very nicely. The pricing is a bit high, but still would recommend. Also I would add that even being a Saturday night and a soccer game going on. Service was good even with a pack house.Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- True and AuthenticCriticDined on 4/10/2014First time experience was Amazing from the food to the service. Being from New Orleans and traveling to Dallas we had to try this. The food is so authentic that I'm amazed its in Dallas because we have tried the other so called Cajun places that miss the mark by far. Nola grill is the best restaurant in Dallas. When we are in town we will be back for sure!!!!!Special Features:I would recommend this to a friend.
- Will not returnMP22Dined on 4/4/2014It was our first time at the restaurant, We have been to New Orleans & the food was not quite there. We have lived in California wine country, the wine list was lacking variety, especially for spicier food & was way overpriced for Texas. We ordered wine just to go with the appetizer, & it took took 45 min to receive to appetizer. The server forgot to enter our order until our entree came & I asked what happened to our appetizer. The ambiance was low & it was noisy.