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Posted by anonymous on 11/18/2010
real new yorkers dont really go here unless it is for a work event- mostly finance/wall street/suit people as the crowd which i try to avoid when eating with friends and not for work BUT i still find this to be my favorite steak in the city, and i've eaten at most of the big names. i dont know what it is, it's just my favorite. potatoes au gratin are delicious. definitely a lot of butter and salt here but you sign up for it going to a steakhouse and it's not overpowering...it's so worth it. wines are incredible. everything worth the price to me, and the price is pretty high. staff is great, kind and knows what their doing. bar downstairs gets very crowded but the drinks are great. definitely worth trying.
Posted by David on 09/25/2010
Our group of 6 enjoyed the food, the excellant service and atmosphere. Everyone agreed to return to Del Frisco's next time we visit New York again.
Posted by Kcelestri on 06/23/2010
I just went there on Monday June 21st for the first time with my uncle, cousin and boyfriend and when I tell you we had the best dinner ever, I am not exaggerating. Let me start with the service first...AMAZING! Our waiter was great and our wine server was extremely educated on all the different types of wines and was a sweetheart. The food was outstanding. We shared a cold seafood platter on ice..the bacon and blue cheese salad and lets not forget the melt in your mouth steaks..2 Filet Mignons on bone and 2 Prime strip steaks. We ordered it to feed 4 people with also a large lobster tail. I feel spoiled and I dont think any other steakhouse can compare to this one. It is very expensive but so worth every single dollar. If you are looking to splurge some money and have an amazing experience then Del Frisco's is the place to go!!! I will be back ASAP.
Posted by MRB on 06/19/2010
Went on 6-16-10 with 4 other guys. Got there early and went straight to the bar. The bar scene was lively and bartender was very attentive. When sat the waitress was very bubbly and informative. Our drinks were refilled quickly throughout the night. Ordered the onion ring for an appetizer but it was the biggest disappointment for the night. Breading was dry and onion rings were cold. I had the bone in ribeye which was very good and cooked to a perfect medium rare however it did have a bit too much pepper on the crust. The cream spinach was a little chunky and had too much smoky flavor. Not used to having it that way so I would say it was ok. The Potatoes Au Gratin and Mac and cheese were very good. The Cheese Cake was average. Overall I'd go back because the atmosphere and service. I had higher expectations for the food but not bad.
Posted by FredC on 04/07/2010
I like this place: I've been going to Del Friscos 3-4 times a year for many years. The food is normally on point - good steak, sides, salads, deserts. But with that said, the waitstaff makes it a point to sneer at you for the following offenses: 1) you don't order the crabcakes - which they push as part of their sales pitch ; 2) you order a bottle of wine priced under $100; 3) and god forbid this happens but female members of your party ask to share an appetizer (or gasp - an entree!). Look, if you plan on spending $200 per person, you will love everything about Del Friscos. If you plan on spending $75-$100 per head, you'll eat well and feel like scum. Note that my review isn't based on one experience but on many
Posted by VJB on 02/24/2010
Del Frisco's is one of Manhattan's premier steakhouses and a personal favorite of mine. Without fail, I am greeted by the hostess and wait staff as if I am an old friend and the menu is standard yet prepared to perfection. Del Frisco's is as classic as Manhattan itself.
Posted by Never Again on 12/30/2009
Back home for the Christmas holiday. Had dinner 12/26 with friends. Absolutely no festive look to restaurant whatsoever. Wait staff in sore need of training. Constantly reaching across our faces to serve. Kept pestering us to order dessert. So much so I told him not to return to our table until he saw my wineglass empty. He took away an unfinished drink and, at my husband's insistence, replenished it on the restaurant's tab. Received check without waiter inquiring if there was anything else we'd like. With so many wonderful restaurants in NYC, you'd think they try harder to please their clients.