If you’ve visited one of the twelve (soon to be thirteen) Del Frisco’s nationwide, you know that much like our cuisine, our restaurants are big, bold and unparalleled. However, what you may not know is the rich history behind our four walls.
Last month, three of Del Frisco’s finest female sommeliers selected wines to complement our fabulous four-course meal, while guests and a panel of experts scored each pairing. It was three nights full of full-bodied wines, beautiful bouquets and an all-out battle for bragging rights.
It wouldn’t be the wine event of the season without a little commentary from Dallas’ top wine experts. Learn more about our panel before Somm Wars Dallas.
Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House in Dallas, one of our longest-operating locations, will officially close its doors on August 19. While we’re looking forward to relocating to Uptown Dallas, there are many things we will miss about the Spring Valley location – the infamous Bush’s Room, the few remaining …
Located in the new CityCenterDC, our Washington, D.C. location is an American culinary institution, operating in what’s been described as a “modern-day Rockefeller Center” by the New York Times. Coincidence? Hardly. If we’re leaving a mark in our nation’s capital, you better believe it’s going to be monumental.
After 20 years of service, spirits and stories, it’s time to say “so long” to Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House at Spring Valley. While we’re just moving down the road to Uptown Dallas — check out our progress on our new space here — we’ll never forget where we’ve …
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