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Posted by GARY on 10/05/2005
Went here in 2003 with my brother who frequents the one in Dallas and it was up to his hype. Came up from Florida and took my wife this past week and she said it lived up to my hype. Better than Bern's Steakhouse in Tampa. Attention to every detail from start to finish. The prix fixe menu was suppose to end at 6:30 but was included in our menu when they seated us at 6:45 and the waiter said there would be no problem honoring it - and they still treated us like we were ordering the most expensive thing on the menu. Do make reservations - even on a Monday. I'll be back again.
Posted by Nina DiSesa Goodall on 10/04/2005
You'll go here for the steak but everything is so fresh you will come back again and again. The shrimp served with three sauces is a brilliant starter and the vegetables are unforgettable. Creamed spinach like you've never had before, I swear. The wine cellar is excellent, too. It's crowded but there is, of course, a reason for that. It's a great restaurant.
Posted by Jen on 09/14/2005
We had an amazing dinner at Del Frisco's! The service was impeccable! The shrimp cocktail was excellent- the shrimp were very large and covered in cocktail sauce. The server even added 1 extra shrimp so we could have 3 each without a charge (rather than the regular portion of 5 shrimp). The wedge salad is a blue cheese lovers dream! My crab cake entree was awesome, and my boyfriend's filet was perfectly cooked and flavored. The au gratin potatoes were induldgent. Even though we were stuffed, we decided to try the cheesecake. It was much lighter than expected, but very good! Excellent meal. Perfect for business or pleasure!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/06/2005
Would definitely go here again. The medallion in red wine was delicious....price fixe dinner gives the best value.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/05/2005
Along with Gibson's in Chicago, this is the best steakhouse steak I have had. I usually order a steak medium rare because medium always comes out too done. This time medium was perfect -- hot, red center. The crab cakes were great and so was the creamed spinach. A little pricey, even for Manahattan (over $400 for three people with one round of drinks, a mid-priced bottle of wine and no dessert), especially the appetizers. The shrimp aren't worth $17 for three. Very crowded and noisy, even though it was Tuesday night. Definitely an expense account type of place. If you are in New York, give it a try -- you won't be disappointed.
Posted by Lana on 08/04/2005
If you love steak, then you need to try their Filet Mignon. It is the best. It just melts in your mouth.
Posted by The Henderson on 08/02/2005
A quick tip for anyone who eats here: ignore the hoards of tacky people. From the waitresses that dress in a questionable fashion to the thoroughly touristy patrons mixing with the boisterous Wall Street set, this is not a refined crowd?was that Ruben Studdard I just saw? But beyond the B-list celebrities and thick Jersey brogues exist some of the best steak you will find in an already crowded steakhouse scene. Forget Lugers! Don?t even think of mentioning Sparks or the Palm. The best steak in NY belongs to Del Frisco?s. Order the strip. Perfectly cooked, tender and moist, this wonderfully spiced cut will make even the most ardent tree lover reconsider the merits of vegetarianism. Medium rare here is as is should be, pink throughout with a well-charred exterior. The creamed spinach is rich and smokey, with the unexpected addition of little bacon bits. The cottage fries with Onions complete the cholesterol overload, but it is well worth it. While most come for the steak, the crab cakes make a terrific first course. Plump and fleshy, it runs a close second to Milos for the best crab cake in NY. Desserts are also quite good, particularly the chocolate cake, but if you eat everything you order, there is little chance you?ll want it.