Frisco residents, visitors spent $ 7.68 million on alcohol in October. Here’s where they spent the most

Frisco bars and restaurants saw their total alcohol sales increase in October. Alcohol sales for the month totaled about $ 7.68 million, an increase of about 13.1% from $ 6.79 million in September.

Here are the Frisco restaurants and bars where customers spent the most on alcohol in October, according to data provided by the state.

10. Mi Cocina Frisco

Alcohol sales at Mi Cocina in October totaled $ 190,818, an increase of 8.46% from $ 174,678 in September.

Mi Cocina was previously ranked No. 9.

9. City works

Liquor sales at City Works in October totaled $ 191,127. City Works was previously unranked.

8. Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille

Liquor sales at Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille in October totaled $ 191,832, almost as much as September sales.

Perry’s Steakhouse and Grille was previously rated # 7.

7. The common table

Alcohol sales at The Common Table in October totaled $ 195,135, up 15.32% from $ 165,234 in September.

The Common Table was previously ranked No. 10.

6. Stonebriar Country Club

Alcohol sales at Stonebriar Country Club in October totaled $ 206,321, up slightly from $ 205,206 in September.

Stonebriar Country Club was previously ranked # 6.

5. Gloria’s Latin cuisine

Alcohol sales at Gloria’s Latin Cuisine in October totaled $ 209,783, an increase of 10.19% from $ 188,412 in September.

Gloria’s was previously ranked # 8.

4. The Ford Center at the Star

Liquor sales at Ford Center at the Star in October totaled $ 226,732, an increase of 9.66% from $ 250,993 in September.

The Ford Center at the Star was previously rated No.4.

3. Omni Frisco Hotel

Alcohol sales at the Omni Frisco Hotel in October totaled $ 239,755, up 5.48% from September sales.

The Omni Frisco hotel was previously rated # 3.

2. Dee Lincoln Prime

Liquor sales at Dee Lincoln Prime in October totaled $ 399,876, a 13.94% jump from $ 350,940 in September.

Dee Lincoln Prime was previously ranked No.1.

1. Concrete cowboy

Liquor sales at Concrete Cowboy in October totaled $ 450,395, a 64.56% jump from $ 273,696 in September.

Concrete Cowboy was previously ranked No.2.

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