Saturday, October 1 2022

Frisco’s, a Peruvian-style roast chicken restaurant that debuted in fall 2020 with a restaurant in the city of Lancaster, will open a second location in late summer in Rapho Township and announce plans to a third Lancaster County restaurant in June.

The new Frisco will occupy a 1,100 square foot space in Donegal Square, the shopping center near Routes 283 and 230 that includes Mick’s All American Pub and the Hampton Inn & Suites. While there will be a few seats inside, the restaurant will operate primarily for takeout and takeout, according to Josh Rinier, who owns it along with Peru native Francisco “Frisco” Gomez de la Torre.

Frisco’s menu features marinated chicken, roasted in a charcoal roasting pan, then served with side dishes including yuca, Peruvian fried rice, roasted vegetables, roasted corn and plantains. There are also chicken or steak bowls that include rice, beans, and vegetables.

Last summer, Frisco’s announced plans to develop a small microbrewery near its restaurant in the city of Lancaster, adjacent to the Lancaster Science Factory. But after learning of protracted delays in getting the necessary equipment, Rinier said those brewery plans “have been tabled.”


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