by Steven Doyle
Most probably do not consider department store dining to be all that exceptional, when in fact we have several hot restaurants tucked away in the back of some of our finer purveyors for skirts and shoes. We have written about Neiman’s Zodiac more than a few times and they have been treating Dallasites to delicious fare for over 65 years.
Located in NorthPark Center at Nordstrom find a hot little gem called Bazille, which otherwise is known as the grill. There you will find delicious sandwiches, soups, pizzas, roasted fish, steaks and hearty pasta dishes. There are also delicate spa foods to be found for those with lighter appetites. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
How The Grill on the Alley escaped us in the past is beyond our comprehension. The restaurant located just outside the Dallas Galleria has quietly been serving up some classic dishes, along with some of the best steaks and seafood that can be found in Dallas for the past 9 years.
The restaurant, which originally hails from Beverly Hills, is a throw- back to more refined times when big dishes were served with expert care. Continue reading
by Alex Gonzalez
Dee Lincoln Prime in The Star in Frisco has debuted a fresh new winter menu. The new winter menu features items with seasonal ingredients, including all new appetizers, entrees, and desserts.
“The inspiration for the menu comes from the colder weather and wanting to have a slight feel of comfort food,” says Chef T.J. Lengnick. “We are utilizing produce and spices that are in their peak season to create these robust seasonal dishes.” Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
In 1979, the Perry family opened its first restaurant: a modest meat market in Southeast Houston called Perry’s Butcher Shop and Deli. By 1986, Chris Perry persuaded his father Bob to add dining tables, paving the way for an expansion and the opening of a second market. As the markets gained popularity, today operating as Perry & Sons Market & Grille, Chris went on to create Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille in 1993. Continue reading
Since opening last year, Sushi Marquee has done a lot. Delighted patrons with good sushi and impressive cocktails. Opened for lunch. Entertained diners with vibrant art, interactive video screens, live music, and even broke world records. But now, Sushi Marquee is topping all of that… by changing its name. Starting on October 29 and occurring each Monday, the fun-loving Japanese-inspired concept will be known as Steak Marquee, because that’s when it rolls out its new Monday night special. For just $25, diners will receive a 16-ounce ribeye and a 16-ounce beer, which is a whole lot of steak and beer for not a lot of cash. Continue reading
LongHorn Steakhouse was founded in 1981 by George McKerrow, Jr. and his father. McKerrow ran restaurants in San Francisco and had experience through the 70’s and 80’s before opening their first location, originally called LongHorn Steaks Restaurant & Saloon, on Peachtree Street in Atlanta, Georgia. Soon LongHorn was known for their top quality steaks grilled in a butter sauce.
If you stopped by for lunch, you’ll find sandwiches, burgers, soups, and salads. A lunch combination menu which features a choice of either a salad or soup with one of the restaurant’s sandwiches is a hot item. When it’s time for dinner, you’ll have a choice of chicken, shrimp, ribs, pork, tilapia, and salmon entrees. Continue reading
Dee Lincoln who has been called “The Queen of Steaks” is going back to her fine dining roots with her newest venture Dee Lincoln Prime located at The Star in Frisco. The 8,000 square foot stunner will officially open to the public Friday, December 1.
Dee Lincoln Prime is an upscale steakhouse with Executive Chef TJ Lengnick serving steaks from award-winning and premier purveyor of prime meat, Allen Brothers. Lengnick who’s resume includes working in impressive high-volume, high-end kitchens such as Pappas Bros. Steakhouse, Stephan Pyles, Jasper’s and Shinisei says, “I was blown away when Dee asked me to join her team. I feel I’ve been training for this my entire career. It is an honor to be working for a legend in this industry.” Continue reading