by Alex Gonzalez
While Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse is one of America’s most luxurious restaurants to have dinner, they also have a great lunch menu filled with delicious light bites. On both weekdays and weekdays, guests of Del Frisco’s can choose from a selection of entrees less heavy than steaks, but equally as hearty and filling.
During lunch, Del Frisco’s offers the same cocktails as they do at dinner, however, the addition of the Mai Tai makes for a sweet, coconut-flavored Hawaiian spirit. Additionally, the Honey Bourbon cocktail is airy and lemon-y, with the aftertaste of a gummy candy. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
As we fly through this week dining on fried beef, black eyed peas and cornbread we are generally offered a sweet ending in the form of a slice of pie. Knowing now this will happen at even the most high browed of places we attempt to save a spot in the tummy for a treat. And who doesn’t love a good pie?
Here are some of our favorites: Continue reading
by Steven Doyle photos by Joey Stewart
Nothing screams Dallas than the opulent steakhouse. These are where big deals are conjured, first dates happen, anniversaries take place, and most importantly where people dine on large slabs of delicious beef. Well, not always the beef, steakhouses often have incredible seafood options. This is the case for all these events and even more at Del Frisco Double Eagle Steakhouse which is a stalwart in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and beyond. Continue reading