This fall, Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House in North Dallas will relocate to the new McKinney & Olive building in Uptown. Check back frequently to see behind-the-scenes updates as we break ground on our new location.
UPDATE: August 23, 2016
Recently, the construction team completed the installation of the on the restaurant’s main focal points: A custom two-story, polished bronze chandelier.
The beautiful piece of illuminated art is suspended from the second floor and continues on to hang over the first-floor bar. The oversized geometric chandelier can be admired from both in and outside of the restaurant.
UPDATE: August 19, 2016
It wouldn’t be Del Frisco’s without an extensive wine list. The new location will offer more than 1,000 wine selections and have upwards of 10,000 bottles in inventory on any given night. Many of the vintages will be housed in the glass-encased wine tower on the first floor. The rest of the selections will be on display in the wine wall upstairs.
UPDATE: August 12, 2016
Made of beautiful, perforated walnut panels, the newly installed downstairs ceiling adds warmth and sophistication to the dining room. The next addition to the room will be 138 suspended bronze panels that are part of a custom-crafted art installation that spans the space.
UPDATE: July 26, 2016
There isn’t a better space for the new Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House than McKinney & Olive in Uptown. The 20-story, 530K square-foot office and retail tower will be the tallest building in Uptown. It was designed by famed Architect Cesar Pelli.
The Johnson Studio designed the space that Del Frisco’s will occupy on the first and second stories. The Johnson Studio also designed Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House in Boston and Del Frisco’s Grille in New York City. The new Del Frisco’s will be encased in glass, providing an abundance of natural light and modern finishes.
UPDATE: July 21, 2016
Dining al fresco in Dallas is about to get a lot better. The new location on McKinney & Olive will feature a covered patio, perfect for people-watching all year long.
UPDATE: July 18, 2016
When it comes to our new Uptown location, we’ve spared no expense and that includes our new state-of-the-art kitchen.
The modern kitchen will be a semi-open space, which means guests will have a glimpse of how our talented culinary team creates our signature dishes. A large glass panel will separate the dining room and the kitchen. The glass, which itself is a piece of art, will begin as translucent and fade into frosted charcoal for a trendy ombre look.
Appliances are slated to arrive in the first week of August, which means we’re one step closer to cooking.
UPDATE: July 13, 2016
The new Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House in Uptown is now hiring for all positions. Del Frisco’s seeks energetic, hospitality-driven individuals to fill upwards of 60 positions at the new location at McKinney & Olive.
Not only will new employees work in one of Dallas’ most elite steakhouse, but they will also be eligible to receive industry-leading benefits. Del Frisco’s offers hourly and salaried employees competitive compensation packages; 401K retirement savings plan with matching contributions; comprehensive medical, dental and vision coverage; domestic partner coverage; and management eligibility upon hire.
Available part-time and full-time positions include server, bartender, host/hostess, bussers, line, prep, broiler cooks, food runners, dishwasher and more. Interested individuals are encouraged to apply online or in person at the hiring office Monday-Friday between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. The hiring office is located at 200 Crescent Court, Suite 100 in Dallas, Texas.
UPDATE: July 1, 2016
It is no secret that the design of the new Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House in Uptown is a dramatic departure from its traditionally styled counterpart on Spring Valley. One of the most notable focal points in the new Uptown design is the floating staircase.
The stairs, which wind around the ground level bar and up through an open ceiling, lead guests to the second floor with additional seating, full bar and a patio lounge. The construction of the floating staircase continues with the addition of sleek metal detailing.
UPDATE: April 29, 2016
A key feature of the new Del Frisco’s architecture is the floor-to-ceiling windows that will bring energy and views of Uptown Dallas. General Manager Gina Cook reviews the space with Director of Construction Don Luxton.
UPDATE: April 21, 2016
General Manager Gina Cook recently visited the construction site to walk through the space with Don Luxton, director of construction for Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group.
UPDATE: April 7, 2016
The new space will feature an expanded patio on the second floor where guests will enjoy sweeping views of beautiful Uptown Dallas.
UPDATE: April 7, 2016
Construction of the exterior framing is progressing at the new McKinney & Olive building. The image below represents what will be the front of the new restaurant.
UPDATE: Feb. 8, 2016
Renderings of the new Dallas Del Frisco’s were recently released. The image below depicts the bar area nestled in the center of the space. The design includes a suspended cage that will house spirits.