Restaurant Review: Eddie Napolis provides food, entertainment for all


Eddie Napolis

8822 Teel Pkwy, Frisco, TX 
Hours: 12-9 PM Tuesday-Thursday, 12-10 PM Friday-Saturday & 12-9 PM Sunday

The first Eddie Napolis opened over 20 years ago and is now serving Italian food to many different communities, including Frisco.  Eddie Napolis is a favorite and affordable Italian restaurant in Frisco.

When you walk into the restaurant on certain evenings, you are quickly greeted by the friendly hostess on your right and a singer on your left.  The singer sings tunes that are well known by all, including “Fly Me To The Moon” by Frank Sinatra.  At times during the night, the singer invites kids to dance with him during his songs, providing a family-fun atmosphere for all.  Aside from the music, the waiters are very attentive and friendly.  You can enjoy their garlic knots, but don’t have too many because your food will arrive at your table very quickly.

When it comes to the food, Eddie Napolis provides Frisco residents with a variety of Italian flavors to satisfy their hunger.  Their menu includes Italian favorites such as spaghetti marinara, fettuccine alfredo, baked ziti, meat lasagna, and margherita pizza.  The spaghetti marina costs $10 on its own and costs an additional $3 to add meatballs or Italian sausage.  The fettuccine alfredo costs $13 on its own, $16 with chicken, and $18 with shrimp.  The baked ziti and meat lasagna cost $13 and $14, respectively.  Lastly, the margherita pizza comes in individual, medium and large sizes, ranging from $12 to $18.  Whether it’s the margherita pizza, the baked ziti, or the classic spaghetti marinara, all of the ingredients are freshly made and are full of flavor, all at prices even high school students can afford.

All in all, a dinner at Eddie Napolis is a great night for families or individuals looking for a fun and relaxing dinner.  I would recommend that all Frisco citizens try Eddie Napolis.