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About Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House - Boston
Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse opens it's 9th location April 2011 on Boston's Liberty Wharf Seaport. Del Frisco's signature menu offers USDA Prime Beef & Fresh Seafood. We also feature a Wine Spectator Award winning wine list boasting over 1,500 selections from around the world. Our 14,000 square foot, 400 seat restaurant has a 40 seat circular bar & lounge area, 70 seat outdoor veranda, and three distinctive private dining rooms.
Boston, MA 02210
Steakhouse, Steak, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 3:00pm
Monday - Friday: 3:00pm - 11:00pm
Closed for Lunch on Weekends
Saturday 3:00pm- 11:00pm
Sunday: 3:00pm - 10:00pm
Monday - Friday: 11:30am - Late
Saturday - Sunday: 2:30pm - Late
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet is located southwest of the intersection of 250 Northern Avenue and Congress Street.
There is also public parking available near by.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Del Frisco's offers a variety of private and semi-private dining and reception spaces perfectly suited for special occasions or business gatherings. We provides our private diners with warm hospitality and custom menus featuring our finest steak and seafood, as well as personalized beverage service.
Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House - Boston Ratings and Reviews
The food and the view of the restaurant were spectacular. It is suitable for friends gathering and special occasions. The restaurant is extremely loud, however, it is very hard to talk and hear each other. The price is definitely high for a typical friends night. (We paid $600 for 4 people) Overall was good experience.
Been here several times, each time hoping for that great meal which should be expected at this price point...
It’s not happening, the filet mignon was difficult to cut through and under cooked twice. They were kind enough to comp the steak
It’s unfortunate, still can’t find a great place to dine in Boston regardless of price
Unfortunately, my steak was over cooked and dry. The server asked me to cut into it when it was served, and the middle of the steak looked good (I ordered the steak medium). However, the rest of the steak was way overdone. Baked potato was also way overdone/dry. Disappointed.
The sommelier was on point! Their steaks are great the flavor and quality are top notch! Our table this time was back by the exit to the kitchen so when we first arrived and the restaurant was not busy you heard the staff yelling that they were exiting. Once the place picked up it just became less obvious in the background. Try to request waterfront! Even at night the view is amazing!
Restaurant was so smokey. Waited thirty minutes for table after reservation time. Then waited half hour to be greeted with a drink order. Then food hit table and was walked away because we were not ready. To only receive food back cold. No server to communicate it too. Dined here so many times. Price jumps almost $10-$12 a plate fine. But when service and food is bad price increase isn’t justified
Had a wonderful time. Food was delicious (Filet Mignon was phenomenal!) and service was impeccable. Chelsea, our server, and Ally, the Somalier were outstanding!
The only negative was the noise level - loud booming music that was more suitable for a nightclub- during the entire meal. We spend a LOT of money to dine here and w everything being 4+ stars, it’s too bad something as minor as the choice of music and level of volume could keep Del Friscos from perfection.
Unfortunately on this occasion the service and food was not up the the usual standards of previous visits, the service was lackluster, we had to ask several times for items that were forgotten, such as the two extra shrimp, salad dressing and lastly the French Fries.
The waiter at times did not seem to have his full attention on the table, maybe too rushed as we were in the Bar area and it was very busy, would have much preferred to have sat in the dining room and in the future will ask for the dining room.
It seems like the success of the restaurant is maybe accepting that fact that it will always be busy, don't rest on the laurels, things can change very quickly in the industry, we will be back, please pay attention to the details like you have you done in the past.
We waited for about ten minutes for our table, standing awkwardly in the vestibule while patrons came and left and the hostesses (four or more) avoided eye contact. (I was surprised that nobody offered to take our coat.)
The soundtrack was mind-bogglingly inappropriate for what I assumed was supposed to be an upscale experience, with driving rock at a volume verging on uncomfortable.
Once seated at a table with a fabulous view of the waterfront, however, the service was seamless - our waiter, Brendan, was friendly and helpful but not invasive. This was the most positive aspect of our experience.
There were other surprises: the presentation of the shrimp cocktail on a bread plate looked like something a chef would slip to a preferred server at the end of a shift, not a >$20 appetizer, and the cabernet goat cheese came out curdled, looking off-putting. I am not especially fussy, but I think that at $150/person for a two-course meal, it is reasonable to expect some care taken about presentation.
The best part of the meal, by far, was the spaghetti squash with pistachios.
There is something crass about the place; rather than justifying its pretensions with an appropriately upscale experience, I think you are meant to be intimidated by the ostentatious atmosphere and prices. The food and the overall experience don't stand up to its competitors in the upscale steakhouse game.
As is the case with all Del Friscos, food and service is second to none, the Del Friscos allows a great view of the water with any table in this establishment.
Always a great experiece her in Boston.
I do wish the lounge bar area had more seating, even when you are standing by the bar area people are constantly saying excuse me as they try to maneuver.
Great food but crappy service. Might be better to go on a weekday. My fiancé’s lamb was cold and undercooked, and the waiter took 20 minutes to get a glass of wine and forgot about one of our drink orders. The food is expensive but very good, I wish there was better service. We have been twice now and have had the same experience both times. Also, even if you have a reservation they make you wait 10-15 minutes at the entrance, for no apparent reason.
Service and food were very good. Our table however was not good, my chair kept getting bumped from people walking by and I had to get up twice in the middle of eating to let people pass by. When you pay over 600.00 for dinner the whole experience should be very good.
Able to book for Thanksgiving at the last minute after an open table snafu. The food was excellent. There was no rush, view was exquisite. The soup, salad and turkey special were delicious but the appetizers from the regular menu (crab cake and calamari) were even better. The string beans weren’t done enough for me and were tough (but I’m Irish and like my veggies well cooked). The desserts offered with the special were ok, would have appreciated an apple pie choice for Thanksgiving. Servers and staff were very attentive. Would definitely recommend.
Having been here several times in the past, our favorite Boston steakhouse disappointed tonight, despite knowing it was my girlfriend's birthday. The stone crab was not well-cracked (irretrievable from the shell on 2/3 claws), and when this was pointed out, they didn't remedy the problem but instead gave us a lobster cracker (?!?). The oysters were not well-shucked. The sommelier provided a great recommendation, but actually suggested that he wouldn't be upset if we offered to share a glass (which we often do, but not when it's suggested up front). The waitress completely disappeared after our entrees. And while the complimentary birthday dessert was appreciated, not even offering the menu seemed presumptuous. Next time we drop four figures on a great dinner, I have to admit reservations about this being our first choice.
Had 5:30 reservation on Sunday for my wife's Birthday. Seated with great window view. Fiz, our waiter was excellent, attentive and informative. App of shrimp cocktail with 3 sauces was very good. Entrees were from Sunday special prix fixe menu. Both ordered wedge salad, 8oz filet and crab cake with side of baked potato and wild mushrooms. Wife's potato was ice cold. Her crab cake was cold as well, and her filet, ordered medium rare, was rare. My filet, ordered medium was rare as well. Told Fiz, who sent manager over, Matt, I believe, who was very concerned, but we didn't make a big deal about it. Didn't have time to send it all back. They gave us desert on the house which was nice, but the overall experience on her special day was disappointing. May give it another try in the future.
I suggest you make a reservation. When you arrive, have a cocktail at the bar. The level of service you receive here is top notch from the moment you walk in to the moment you exit. Beautiful way to celebrate our anniversary. Thank you Sean or Shawn at the bar. Thank you Elissa Pablo for the ultimate experience.
I am in total disbelief with my experience here this time around. Our reservation was at 8:15 pm and didn’t get seated til 8:45 pm. I feel if we arrived at 8:45 pm for an 8:15 pm reservation we wouldn’t get serviced. We were here for my brother’s birthday. We ordered drinks that took 15 mins to arrive after ordering. We ordered 2 apps and that took 30 mins to arrive. After ordering our side dishes and steak it took 45 mins to arrive. We ordered more drinks and that took about another 20 Mins. They cleared our dishes and brought dessert plates out and we were sitting there for 20 Mins without the dessert. We were sitting there so hungry we just inhaled our food and couldn’t relax and just enjoy it. There was a table of 5 next to us that were getting serviced beautifully, I’m just confused and disappointed as to why the service was so horrendous for us this time. The server seemed like he didn’t want anything to do with us. This was a favorite place of mine and now I’m so mind blown that I wouldn’t come here for a special occasion again.
Although the table was reserved we had to wait about 10 minutes in a busy area before being seated. It seemed like no one really knew what was happening.
The sommelier was interested in advising, but veering toward more expensive wines.
The steaks were great, cooked exactly as requested. The sides were nearly cold !!
It was a pity because we were expecting better. The manager apologized for the poor service (very slow) and did not charge for the sides.
The deserts were OK but not exciting in any way.
The room needs some acoustic help! As designers ourselves we understand the challenge. The staff even found it difficult to hear us.
All together makes for a strong three star outcome.
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