Hawaiian-style restaurant chain Mo’ Bettahs announced that it is opening the doors to its first location in Frisco on Friday, Dec. 8.
Located at 16803 North Coit Road, Suite 250, the new Frisco restaurant is the sixth location that Mo’ Bettahs has opened in the North Texas region — previously opening eateries in Dallas, Plano, Sachse, Mansfield and Forney.
Originally established back in 2008 in Bountiful, Utah, Mo’ Bettahs aims to serve up an authentic Hawaiian barbeque experience that fully immerses its guests in the island culture.
The menu includes traditional Hawaiian plate lunches, which feature delectable meat offerings — such as grilled teriyaki chicken or steak, kalua pig, pulehu chicken, katsu chicken, or shrimp tempura — that are paired with the brand’s signature sides of macaroni salad and steamed rice.
On the dessert side of things, Mo’ Bettahs recently announced the addition of SPAM Musubi, a popular Hawaiian treat that consists of “a block of white rice seasoned with furikake, topped with a fried slice of SPAM, then glazed in Teri Sauce and wrapped in a nori seaweed blanket,” according to a release.
“We’re thrilled to be sharing the flavors of authentic Hawaiian cooking throughout Texas,” said Kimo Mack, co-founder of Mo’ Bettahs. “It’s exciting to be growing our brand in the DFW Metroplex, and with multiple locations in the area, you’re never far from the Mo’ Bettahs grindz and aloha spirit!”
Prior to its grand opening on Dec. 8, the Mo’ Bettahs Frisco location will be holding a pre-opening event on Dec. 7, which will feature a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 5:30 p.m. and complimentary food plates for attendees.
In addition, as part of the opening festivities, the restaurant will also be offering a special deal — “Buy One Regular Plate, Get One Free” — on Monday, Dec. 11.
Once open, the Frisco eatery will be in operation every Monday to Saturday, from 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.