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Del Frisco’s Grille The Perfect 4th of July, Summer or Winter Dinning Experience

Del Frisco’s Grille The Perfect 4th of July, Summer or Winter Dinning Experience
Del Frisco's Grille

Del Frisco’s Grille

Del Frisco Grille

If you are looking to treat yourself to a culinary delight, look no further than Del Frisco’s Grille, nestled across the street from the famed Rockefeller Center. With a welcoming interior that is spaciously elegantly, yet comfortably designed, you feel at ease to have the perfect dinning experience. There is a cosy bar, and a patio area to people watch or see the tree at Christmas time.

The VIP

The VIP

Apt 5 B

Apt 5 B

Starting off with cocktails, I highly recommend the The “VIP” Infused Sweet Hawaiian Pineapple in Svedka Clementine Vodka ( $16), as well as the Apt 5D ($16) which starts with Tito’s Vodka Strawberry, fresh lemon sour, simple surfy and a dash balsamic. The good news here is, if you are Gluten Free this is the cocktail for you. Del Frisco’s will also cater to you Gluten Free allergies.

The Cheesesteak Eggrolls

The Cheesesteak Eggrolls

A lot of the menu contains creative twists on classic American comfort foods, so for appetizers my guest and I started off The Cheesesteak Eggrolls ($16.50) drizzled with sweet and spicy chili sauce, combined with honey mustard. These satisfying mouthfuls, had my guest thrilled and she could not stop raving about them. We also had the Fire Rosted Artichoke ($16.50) in a Meyer Lemon Vinaigrette with a Parmesan-Black Pepper Aioli dipping sauce. The artichoke was tender and pleasingly refreshing. Normally I am not a sauce person with artichokes, but the dipping sauce was perfection.

Fire Rosted Artichoke

Fire Rosted Artichoke

The Steakhouse Salad

The Steakhouse Salad split

The Steakhouse Salad ($27) is a splendid lunch entree. My guest and I split the Sliced Prime Steak, Deviled Egg, Baby Mixed Greens, Avocado, Hickory-Smoked Bacon and Crumbles, topped with Parmesan in a light Lemon Horseradish Dressing and found this to be a must have item before the theatre or the classic business lunch.

Prime Beef Short-Rib Stroganoff

Prime Beef Short-Rib Stroganoff

Del Frisco, Prime Ribeye 16 oz

Del Frisco’s Prime Ribeye 16 oz

We began our entree’s with another “signature” dish of Prime Beef Short-Rib Stroganoff ($36.50) with pappardelle in a luscious sour cream-mushroom sauce, with hints of Cognac, topped with friend onions. This was also a hit with my guest. Del Frisco’s Prime Ribeye 16 oz ($45.50) was perfectly done, but comes alone, so order the heavenly Truffled Mac and Cheese ($12). This is now on my list of the best Mac and Cheese dishes in New York. Light, not too cheesy or heavy makes this a winner.

Truffled Mac and Cheese

Truffled Mac and Cheese

Check out the extensive wine list, where if you are celebrating you will find a bottle of Chateau Latour ($1,235), but there are many more selections much more reasonable.

 The lemon doberge cake

The lemon doberge cake

 The lemon doberge cake

Dessert for me always makes or breaks a restaurant. The lemon doberge cake ($12.50) is 6  layer sponge cake with lemon filling and glaze with a generous lemon buttercream icing, but the punch of the lemon needs to be kicked up a notch. But it was the special dessert a Creme Brule Cheesecake (12.50), which was so decadent we were left in complete satisfaction. This sinful concoction was worth the whole night.

Creme Brule Cheesecake

Creme Brule Cheesecake

Our waiter AC could not have been more accommodating and knowledgeable. He helped make our night a success, especially when he made me a Iced Cappuccino that finished the meal off in a blissful state.

Del Frisco’s Grille was a find that readers in California, Texas, NJ, Tennessee and Washington can also enjoy. Also check out Del Frisco Grille’s newest location at 250 Vesey Street in Lower Manhattan’s Battery Park City.

 

 

Food and Drink

Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. Currently she has a screenplay in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She was the Broadway Informer on the all access cable TV Show “The New Yorkers,” soon to be “The Tourist Channel.” email: suzanna@t2conline.com

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