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Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille Relocates to New Park District Location

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Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille will soon make its move down the street into the Park District development at 2100 Olive Street.

Perry’s Uptown on McKinney will celebrate its final dinner service on Saturday, March 21st. Then, it will reopen its doors to the public in Park District with dinner beginning at 4 p.m. on Thursday, March 26th. The new Perry’s Park District will occupy the two-story space below the Residences at Park District at the corner of Woodall Rodgers Freeway and Olive Street, with expansive views of Klyde Warren Park and Downtown Dallas. Continue reading

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Perry’s Celebrates 40 Years with 79 Cent Chop

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Perry’s first opened as a small butcher shop in 1979 and has grown to a premier steakhouse. In celebration of its 40th anniversary, Perry’s will soon be announcing #Flashback Friday.

The first 100 guests to visit any of the three DFW Perry’s locations before 11 a.m. this Friday, May 17, will receive Perry’s Signature Pork Chop Friday lunch for only 79 cents to celebrate the restaurant’s 40th anniversary. Continue reading

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Perry’s Steakhouse Builds New Location Off Klyde Warren Park

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Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille announced that it will be relocating its Uptown location in late 2019. The established steakhouse is moving down the street into the Park District development at 2100 Olive St. Perry’s will occupy the two-story space below the Residences at Park District at the corner of Woodall Rodgers Freeway and Olive Street, with expansive views of Klyde Warren Park and Downtown Dallas. Continue reading

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Perry’s Opening in Grapevine

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Diners in Grapevine, Southlake and surrounding areas will soon have a a fantastic steakhouse experience at their doorstep.

Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille is opening its third location in North Texas this December at 2400 West State Highway 114 in Grapevine. The 10,000-square-foot restaurant will accommodate roughly 400 patrons in the spacious new venue. Continue reading

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Elusive Tableside Service and Where to Find it in Dallas

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There is simply nothing more elegant and festive as tableside service. We are talking the classic Caesar Salad tossed in full view of the guest, at their table and with great finesse. It is the definitive dinner and a show that has somewhat fallen from a great many menus across the country. Beyond adding a bit of flair, this and many other tableside presentations also demonstrates a commitment to freshness. What could be more fresh and flavorful than a dessert or salad  finished off right before the diners’ eyes? This said, there are still many restaurants across the country creating delicious dishes tableside, and certainly to rave reviews. Continue reading

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Eight Classic Dallas Desserts You Must Try Now

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There are few things as satisfying as the sweet grand finale presented at the end of a beautiful meal, and Dallas has a few standards that should not be missed. Consider these sweets a bucket list situation that could be accomplished in one evening if you have a wolf pack of friends willing to pitch in with the heavy lifting of forks and spoons.   Continue reading

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Eat Me: Perry’s Massive Chop

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It is a massive haunch of pork, cooked with perfection and carved elegantly table-side. Table-side service seems to be a lost art form, and I would personally like to see this more of a trend in coming years. Consider a flaming crepe with its delightful bit of pageantry that should be experienced at least once in a life time and not merely relegated to film of a forgotten past. That said, the Perry’s Steakhouse chop is that bit of a throwback. We provide a video below for your consideration.    Continue reading

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