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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
We went to Del Frisco’s for a special occasion dinner. The food and atmosphere were amazing ! They have a great selection of music. The service definitely needs some improvement but it still wasn’t too bad. Our waiter seemed to be in a rush and it kind of through the vibe off. He didn’t bother to ask for food allergies and brought us food we were allergic to. Overall it was decent experience.
Service uneven and rushed. We were clearly rushed at our table.....apps and salads were removed to be immediately followed by entrees....there was no relax time. Were were being hurried. Waitstaff did not call ahead for valet car. We were told 3 difft stories why the car was not called ahead as has been in the past. We had given our valt tickets to the waiter ta the beginning of the meal. We spent nearly a $1000 for the 6 people in our party!!!
I was beyond disappointed. It took 20 minutes to get seated at our table. Once seated, it was easily another 20 minutes before our waitress brought us our bread and water, while she was chatting with some guy. Then I ordered a 45 day dry aged ribeye, which is essentially the cream of the crop when it comes to beef, and it was awful. It was dry somehow, and even the ribeye cap was inedible. So much connective tissue, the beef was poorly marbled and was clearly not taken care of in the kitchen. We weren’t even offered a refund after expressing our complaints. My guess is that since del Frisco’s is a chain, they expect their customers to know nothing about beef. This was not a prime cut of beef. I have been here numerous times before, but after this I don’t think I’ll be back again.
I would never go back here to celebrate a special occasion. They were too busy to care about the quality of food or service. We waited 30 minutes after the time of our reservation to be seated (45 minutes after we had arrived at the restaurant) Our entrees took an hour after we placed our order to come out at which point my steak was over cooked my boyfriends was raw we had both ordered them the same way. We ate it anyway because we were starving. Took dessert to go because we had already been there for close to 3 hours. They gave us the wrong dessert so I couldn’t eat it. There are better steakhouses in the area I will never go back there it’s not worth the money to be so dissatisfied!
I made the reservation to this restaurant about two weeks prior the night we came in. I contacted them and let them know I was proposing after dinner, they not only did a great job surprising us with flower petals on the table, balloons, but after they made a champagne toast on the house. Great experience, great food, great customer service!
Restaurant is amazing, food is unbeatable! The sides are so hard to pick from because they are all delicious. Brussel sprouts with bacon, the loaded truffle baked potato, lobster mac and cheese, the onion rings, the list goes on and on. Only unfortunate part is they don't accommodate booth requests. I put in my reservation a month before requesting a booth and was unable to get one. That's the only downside. 10/10 would recommend.
Hard to review fairly on a busy Valentine's night dining, but the 4-course special offering for $99/pp a good bargain. Expected the portions to be reduced but all courses seemed to be full size, starting with 6 shrimp cocktail appetizer, then full Caesar salads, good sized steaks and sides with each order, followed by dessert - even nicely packaged "to go" as we didn't have room for two desserts! First choice of wine not available so our replacement selection also billed at the original wine price. Open Table reservation did not guarantee us a great table location-stuck in the middle isle with wait staff zooming by. Next time request table by window or booth seating.
Although everyone was extremely pleasant and attentive, the long wait for food was unacceptable. The food arrived Luke warm after such a long wait, and the dressing we asked for on the side didn't come with the food. so again we had to wait for dressing, nor did the berlaise come out with the food. Overall it took away from the experience, and makes us think twice about stopping in for lunch especially if we have time constraints.
A great restaurant that I would definately recommend. At a high class steakhouse like Del Friscos you expect that your dining experience will take a few hours. The wait staff even explain that steaks take about 35-40 minutes to perfect. Our steaks took 70 minutes to come out. This seemed to be exceptionally long. During this lengthy wait, we didn’t see our waitress for about 30 minutes. When the food did arrive it was very good with the exception of a decent amount of fat within my bone in ribeye.
Again, not a bad experience and I will continue to go back, just some things you wouldn’t expect for a slower Sunday night.
I enjoy Del Frisco's and have been there many times. This time the service was not up to their normal high standards. the service was slow, water glasses were not refilled as quickly as normal, bread arrived very late to the table. The server's explanation of their Sunday Prime Pair menu was different (meaning not correct) than other times we have been there.
But the food was good and we enjoyed our evening.
Was seated at 8:50 for an 8:15 reservation. One of our ribeye steaks was sent back 3 times, overcooked, undercooked, overcooked for medium rare. My ribeye was tough, but as it neared 10:00 I didn't want to send it back and have dinner that late. Restaurant was extremely loud to the point the 4 of us were shouting at one another. The management apologized numerous times and even took my buddies "three times is a charm steak off the menu as he got it to go at 11:00pm. Don't mind paying the prices if the quality and atmosphere were good, not here.
To be clear, the food at Del Frisco's is very good. They get that right, and I believe that is most important. At the same time, the place is big, loud, crowded, and quite pricey. I'm not sure it really represents any value at all, nor is it a particularly pleasant place to dine. You can find other places with very good food that are a much better dining experience.
Food was delicious! Server was pleasant however forgot to deliver drinks that were ordered and also had to be asked to come back to the table since she forgot to take one of our guests dinner selection. The table was very wobbly and noise level in the dining area was quite loud. We had been looking forward to celebrating a 60th birthday and our overall experience was underwhelming to say the least.
Everything was great until my drink had a giant white-ish spot on the side of the glass and things floating in it that I saw after taking a big sip and it killing my appetite for the $95 waygu steak that I was eating, it ruined my meal and I feel it was not made up for by covering "the drinks" which were my 3 captain and cokes and 3 sodas for my pregnant fiancée, turned an amazing anniversary dinner into a terrible experience. We eat here yearly for our anniversary and any time we are down from Maine without our daughter. It was unacceptable and should have been noticed by one of the usually very attentive staff.
Service was excellent - I understand the idea behind a smaller menu. Makes for better outcome but I believe there should be just a bit more variety, otherwise absolutely delicious. There was a small error made with the food and then corrected with no issue. Manager came over to apologize and was very friendly. Everything was great.
For a double eagle steak house I was extremely disappointed in the filet mignon. Granted it's a chain, but It was like eating sawdust. It didn't cut like butter as filet mignon should. Very grainy like a sirloin. Previous visit there I ordered the same- 8pz filet, I thought it might have been a fluke so I decided to try again. Wherever you are getting the filet from you need to find another source. The other person in my party of 8 that got it, same review. I get a FM cut from a local farm it is irresistible. Look into sourcing locally for better meat. The other people in my party were satisfied. Seems to be just the filet mignon.
Our server did an amazing job helping us select appetizers that accommodate everyone's interest. The wine and drink selection was extensive, and the sommelier did a fantastic job picking an amazing bottle of wine for our meal.
Our meal was a shareable steak for the table cooked to perfection with the recommended sides, all in all, was just amazing.
Waitstaff all outstanding.
Both filet Entrees were served on a very hot plate and were luke warm. Edges of both meals were cool to the touch.
Customer service was stellar.
Management purchased us dessert for the inconvenience.
Bottom line Spending 60.00 for filet mignon medallions, not too much to expect your entree be served warm.
Have dined here many times but the last 2 times including this trip the steaks were below average. 2 Ribeys and 1 Prime strip were all tough, one Ribeye had to be sent back because it was ordered medium and it came Rare(purple) the other ribeye was no better. My strip was tough from the first bite, too many steak houses to choose from, and for the price it's not worth returning.
We eat out a LOT, so I just have to speak up when an experience isn’t up to par - especially when it comes with a hefty price tag.
We had an 8:30pm reservation but weren’t seated until just before 9:15pm. Our server was nice enough, but the feeling we picked up from the staff overall was “let’s get people in and out.” The service itself was disorganized/out-of-sync (e.g. different plates coming at different times, a steak had to be sent back), and we finally began eating our entrees at 10:30pm. Different members of the staff were showing up at our table to distribute our side orders and wine, but again, we really felt like we were being rushed out. It was also so loud that it was extremely hard to have a conversation with our friends.
With so many great steakhouse options in Boston, we’ll definitely think twice about eating at Del Frisco’s again.
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