Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House
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Zay McCullough, MSW, LCSW-A
I visited here on a Sunday afternoon around 4pm in the wintertime with con workers. I was in a group of 9 people. The ambiance was nice and low light. It would be great for a date. Our waitress was Jennifer. They give complementary rolls. They brought out two baskets, which wasnt enough. We asked for more but never got any. We had to ask a couple times before we finally got more. I had about 3 rolls and they were delicious. There was a VERY long wait for food. By long, I mean at least an hour. They were out of chicken, unfortunately. I ordered wagyu meatballs as an appetizer that was delicious! This arrived around 5:10pm. I ordered a steak, asparagus, and mashed potatoes for my entree. This arrived around 5:45pm. The steak and asparagus was flavorful and delicious. Someone ordered sherbet for dessert. I tasted it and was good tasty. One person ordered a bottle of wine but only got a glass. They eventually got the bottle requested they requested. The service and wait time during this visit was really horrible. This was my first time ever dining at the restaurant.
We celebrated a birthday tonight, and couldn't have had a better time. To start off with service was great, even though the staff was busy. Upon arrival, the host made us feel very welcome with her exuberant personality and hand written birthday card. Our waiter Kevin knew the menu front to back and helped us make some great choices. He took pride in his work and facilitated an amazing dining experience from start to finish. For an appetizer we chose the fried calamari. The portion size was ample for 3-4, and the flavor was phenomenal. The lobster trio was a nice break from the standard lobster and butter. The tomahawk ribeye was a premium cut, and the seasoning was a perfect ratio of simple spices. To finish the night off we had a layered lemon cake for dessert. The icing was delicious, and the cake was moist. The atmosphere was upscale and simplistic, like a steakhouse should be. The setting was great for a date night or a business gathering. I'd recommend Del Frisco's to anyone looking for a fine dining experience.
Service was top notch. Steak was cooked to perfection. Wish I would have gotten a flavored butter or topper, steak lacked a bit of flavor. Pineapple martini was the absolute best! Loved the birthday card and cheesecake.
I cannot say enough about the level of service in this place! Starting with the hostess Elizabeth who took our picture to our amazing server lynn. It was our anniversary and they definitely made us feel very special. The food was so good!! The drinks were incredible and beautiful!! The restaurant was super fancy and had gorgeous seatings. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone whos celebrating a special occasion.
Something is going on with the quality of food. The presentation of how the food came out was beautiful. The rolls came out beautiful but they were old or had been sitting under the lamp warmer, hard and crusty on top.....The quality was awful I order the deep fried lobster tails, they had so much breading on them i thought they were ready for some sweet and sour sauce. More breading than lobster meat.... They came out burnt like they were rushing to get the food out. The sides were awful as well. No flavor, bland and burnt. Spent over $300 for slop. Please forgive me but this was the worst I've experienced. Crabcakes came out small they had no crab flavor whatsoever. The cream corn had no cream, it was burnt and dry. The mash potatoes came out stiff and cold. The Sauteed mushrooms came out dry and burnt. I was really shocked I mean what is really going on??? I won't be coming back. Not for high price food with no love and affection for cooking. The money wasn't an issue it was the quality of food.......just very disappointed .....