You soon might be able to smoke at a restaurant in the Dallas suburb of Frisco.

The North Texas city approved a change to its smoking ban that will allow for restaurants and other non-tobacco retail establishments to house a smoking room within their businesses. The change was brought about by Dee Lincoln Prime, a steakhouse in The Star, a high-profile development property that includes the Dallas Cowboys training facility.

Frisco is located about 20 miles north of Dallas. The city has seen immense development in the last two decades, now with a population of over 180,000.

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