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Posted by Anonymous on 07/12/2007
I had an excellent time. Service, food, atmosphere were all top notch. I will be back.
Posted by anonymous on 07/05/2007
Went here for July 4th as most restaurants were closed. After a couple of drinks at the bar, we were seated upstairs. The waitress was very helpful and explained the menu and specials completely. We had an incredible bottle of white wine to start and completed with red wine. There were three of us for dinner and the appetizers were the crab cakes (probably the best I ever had), tuna tartar, and the Australian lobster tail for the table. The lobster was amazing, tender, sweet and delicious and the flavor was outstanding with the butter broiled on it. It's very expensive though so just for a splurge. Entrees were two different kinds of steak and red snapper with sticky rice. We had creamed spinach, asparagus and potatoes as sides and for dessert the 7 layer cheese cake and fruit plate. All were excellent and I highly recommend coming here.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/28/2007
Went here based on these reviews. It was a bit loud because we were there right after work. Had a nice time. Our waiter was very personable. The hot bread was delicious. Steak was cooked well, juicy. Staff were very accomodating with our party. Portions were filling but not overly so. Yes it was expensive but we had a good time. It was a great anniversary dinner. Will go back next time we are in town.
Posted by SAMTEAM on 06/19/2007
The atmosphere is very stiff/corporate - they have a bloomberg terminal near the men's room which is pretty lame.... BUT the meat might be the best in the city - We have tried numerous other big name steak houses and I firmly believe that Del Frisco's is far superior - The service is great too!
Posted by DarrenT on 06/16/2007
If you want overpriced food with even worse service this is the place for you. Spending an evening here may have been one of the worst experiences out I have ever had.
Posted by Barry on 06/14/2007
Unless you want to walk away hungry, avoid this overpriced steakhouse. If, however, you're ok with paying $24 for a small piece of barely warm salmon and filling up on bread while surrounded by the usual gathering of tourists and midtown suits - enjoy!
Posted by Anonymous on 05/15/2007
Not sure if this guy has a number of words he must hit out of his thesaurus in order to write a restaurant review, but he obviously doesn't know anything about good food or good service. I have been to just about every major steakhouse in the city and Del Frisco's consistently comes out on top. Their traditional dishes are cooked to perfection (sorry guy, but this is a steakhouse, not French/New American fusion). Try the rib eye or the sirloin, but even the filet is flavorful and obviously tender. The sauces that accompany the crab cakes and shrimp cocktail are perfect (and you won't fin them anywhere else...). And the atmosphere is pleasing with the large pane windows and decorative lights at night...especially nice around the holidays as this is the perfect dinner stop after a night at Radio City or visiting the Christmas tree.