With an impeccable chef-driven cuisine, award winning wine list and top notch hospitality, Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse well represents America’s traditional steakhouse. The steak-house, established more than two decades ago, looks to their main ingredient, an aged USDA Prime Beef to create succulent filet mignon.
At Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse, customers are guaranteed to be served the best hand cut steaks, chops and freshest seafood including an Australian cold water lobster tail. If you’re craving for more, you can look to their mouthwatering appetizers, delicious side dishes and irre-sistible desserts. No meal is complete with an alcoholic beverage. With a wine list of over 1200 selections, sommeliers will find the best suited beverage to pair with your meal.
During lunch this luxurious three-story restaurant located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan turns into a power dining scene. Appetizers such as jumbo lump crab cake and lobster bisque are made from the freshest seafood. But the star of the menu has to be the filet medallions paired with chateau mashed potatoes, thin green beans and doused in red wine demi-glace.
The restaurant is a perfect locale for a sumptuous pre-and-post Broadway holiday dining experi-ence. Due to its close proximity to New York’s iconic locations such as Times Square, Rockefel-ler Center and Radio City Music Hall, customers can ease into the holiday season by admiring the Christmas tree and ice skating rink before walking through the doors to eat like a king. To celebrate the holidays with fellow New Yorkers, the steakhouse is offering a Christmas and Thanksgiving dinner menu. Thanksgiving dinner staples such as a slow roasted turkey breast stuffed with sweet onion apple sausage paired with mashed potatoes or chateau potations, thin green beans, gravy and cranberry relish and pumpkin cheesecake can be found on the menu. The menu also includes decadent side dishes such as the famed sweet potato casserole that is deemed as one of Taylor Swift’s favorite dishes.
Looking for a more casual dinner outing, customers can look to the Del Frisco Grille. Located in Rockefeller Plaza, guests can enjoy the sunning view of the epicenter of New York City’s sea-sonal festivities. Unafraid of the chilly winters, guests can dine on the outdoor patio to admire the world known Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree. The restaurant has a separate Thanksgiving menu which includes appetizers such as deviled eggs topped with truffle chive vinaigrette. While the main courses are relatively similar, Del Frisco Grille offers a wider range of desserts includ-ing molten chocolate cake which you can share with your loved one huddled over a table during a chilly thanksgiving night. During Christmas, guests can enjoy plates of cheesesteak egg rolls or give a swing at the holiday cocktails such as the white chocolate candy can martini and choco-late eggnog martini.
On a nightly basis, the restaurant’s menu offers appetizers such as fire roasted artichoke or ahi tacos made with tuna tartare meshed with avocado and spicy citrus mayo. While steak might be the menu’s highlight, customers can have a go at the the restaurant’s seared salmon fillet paired with charred lemon parmesan broccolini and creole mustard vinaigrette or the mushroom shallot crusted prime steak paired with porcini mushrooms and an unconventional jalapeño bacon mashed potatoes and peppercorn gravy on the side. For desserts, adults can try their milkshake concocted with nacelle walnut liquer, creme de cacao, chocolate liquor and vanilla ice cream.