Dee Lincoln Closing Uptown Location

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Dee Lincoln announces today that she will close Dee Lincoln Steak and Burger Bar at 2626 Howell Street in Uptown Dallas on Saturday, March 28th after dinner service. She says, “ I am grateful to my loyal guests and for the countless positive reviews and feedback; however, this concept is no longer what I wish to expand.” Lincoln also says even though 4262 Oak Lawn Avenue is a great location, she will not move forward with the Shops of Highland Park space that was intended for a Dee Lincoln Steak Bar. 

With the aforementioned changes, Plano will remain as is. Lincoln continues,” When I opened Plano, I went a little more upscale with the design and a few different menu offerings. Not long after opening, my removing the burger component and focusing on prime steaks and seafood made sense. Plano operates as a Dee Lincoln Steak Bar and will celebrate its one-year anniversary in April. She continues, “ There’s no reason to change course in this location, guests have embraced Plano as their neighborhood steakhouse and know exactly what they will get when they walk in the door – great food and warm hospitality.”

Lincoln says that the Fort Worth location at 3280 West Seventh St. in the Museum Place project, originally intended to be a Dee Lincoln Steak Bar, is under construction at this time and now will open as an upscale prime steakhouse. “My past successes prove that I should return to my roots and do what I do best. After 30 years in this business I have to go with what I know is right for my brand. Most importantly, my customer has spoken. Due to this decision in going upscale, expect a late summer opening, while I work on the new branding and elevated design. Fort Worth was a huge part of my career, and I am looking forward to delivering prime steaks, superb seafood and Texas hospitality in Cowtown once again.”

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