Culinary Colorado                                             By Claire Walter on March 16, 2012

“I really like Bagali’s Restaurant. They are right on Frisco’s busy Main Street. The food and the service is great. I really recommend sitting out on the restaurant’s deck.” –Debbie Stowell, Summit Mountain Rentals Long-Term Manager

“The food was great! I love the pizza and salad. The burger was juicy too. Bloody marys were delicious. We will definitely be back.” -Chris D. from Breckenridge, CO

“A big group of us went to Bagalis on Friday night. The service was great and the food was fantastic. If you go there, make sure someone orders the meat lasagna. It was absolutely delicious! A few people ordered a couple of their fancy pizzas, which were very tasty as well. Half the table got salads, which looked great and were big enough to split with their dates. Get your own entree though since they are normal size portions. I really liked this place and would definitely recommend trying it out. Everyone was really happy with their dinner. Welcome to Frisco, Bagalis!” – Tricia E. from Denver, CO

“We ate dinner at Bagali on our first night in Frisco. After a full day of driving, it was a wonderful reward. We enjoyed everything that we ordered (antipasto platter, spaghetti squash with shrimp, arugula salad, and penne carbonara) and had great service. We left happy and very full.” –Hali S. from Oakland, CA

“My wife and I love this restaurant. We come to Frisco 4 or 5 times each winter and always come back to Bagalis. The wait staff is always attentive but it is the delicious artisan pizza that is the real prize. Go and enjoy.” –“skitime” member of from Teaneck,NJ

“Lasagne was actually light and fluffy with a divine fresh tomato sauce. Fettuccine Alfredo with a grilled chicken breast was perfectly cooked. The pasta was so good that no alfredo sauce would have been needed but just the right amount was tossed into the dish along with lemon chives. We began the meal with a fresh and crisp caesar salad. The dressing was blended beautifully with a bare hint of anchovies. The oat bread served warm with the olive oil and balsamic reduction was so good that we asked for seconds. The lemon cheesecake is made with goat cheese and served with lemon curd, a wonderful and light dessert. Even the iced tea and hot tea were exceptional. Food presentation was simple and refined…The atmosphere is casual elegance with a New Orleans flare. Service was great.” – “fv1989” member of from Windsor, CO

“Truffle fries are awesome.” –Chris P., member of

“Best pizza not kidding!”-Lee K., member of