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About Del Frisco's Grille - Fort Worth
Del Frisco’s Grille dishes up creative twists on American comfort classics. Modern, inviting, stylish and fun, Del Frisco"s Grille takes the classic bar and grill to new heights, drawing inspiration from bold flavors and market-fresh ingredients. The energetic bar, a destination in itself, creates a buzz throughout the restaurant and sets the stage for an amazing night out. Del Frisco's Grille uses local ingredients alongside new classics that are easy to share with friends: Wood Oven-Baked Flatbreads, Cheesesteak Egg Rolls, and Ahi Tacos. The menu also includes a selection of prime steaks, hearty salads, formidable sandwiches and chef-inspired entrees. Del Frisco’s Grille Fort Worth is the 9th location to open with other restaurants located in Manhattan, Washington DC, Santa Monica, Palm Beach, Dallas, Phoenix, Atlanta and Houston.
*Reservations are accepted for indoor dining only. Patio seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
American, Steak, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 4:00pm - 6:30pm
Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm
Monday - Saturday: 3:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
Saturday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Del Frisco's Grille - Fort Worth Ratings and Reviews
Only restaurant in Ft. Worth that makes you wait---always--for a table even when you have a reservation. Very aggravating. Not even busy---but wait.
Ordered fish and chips--out. Ordered a cab wine---not a cab; a blend.
Food cold and not good.
I give up. Great location; not good food, and the front staff downright unfriendly. Always make you feel unwelcome.
Food was not good at all my wife’s steak was sent back 3 times and still wasn’t cooked right and my steak was really under cooked as well I don’t mind paying for good food but this wasn’t worth the price we definitely won’t be going back to this place again
Patio dining was requested and not granted. We were told there was a 3 hour wait for patio (when we left, there were multiple empty tables). We chose this restaurant and patio based only on special event we wanted to experience. We were placed at the table furthest from that area. Server was great, but food was mediocre at best. We won’t return.
We made a reservation for my birthday lunch before a performance at the Bass Hall. The artichoke Appetizer was very good. My husband’s burger was good, my sliced steak sandwich was mediocre. Some bites were delicious with tender steak then the next bite had slices I couldn’t bite through. I had a pile of inedible steak slices by the end of our meal. When I mentioned it to the waiter and he offered me a second sandwich half (I at half a sandwich of what was chewable and gave up on the second half). The manager came by and I told him. He said he would mention it to the chef. I am sure that wasn’t a surprise to the chef. The coconut pie was huge and shareable. Service was excellent on the front end then seriously lagged as the restautant got busier. We visited this restaurant during restaurant week and everything was excellent. We may visit again but NOT order the steak.
Late dinner. Varied menu selections, all sounding delicious. Scallops were cooked well, polenta base was too salty. The steak was tender and juicy. Service was good and apologies made for lag time with our order. Bartender is very efficient considering the influx of people after a show. Overall, for late night fare good choice but not a first choice.
Waitress was awesome! The hostess were not very friendly. There were 3 on them and 2 of them were not happy about being there. No smiles. Acted annoyed. And bothered. This was our first time to visit so it wasn't a great first impression. Especially if they are the first thing you see and talk with as you walk in. Overall however I enjoyed dinner and the experience.
Once we arrived we were escorted by a very pleasant young lady who asked if our table was acceptable. We asked if we could have a booth and she immediately went to the person in charge of seating to check. While we were waiting Kenneth, the manager checked to see if everything was okay. Moments later the young person escorted us to our booth while the manager welcomed us to the restaurant and explained the differences between Del Frisco's and the Del Frisco' Grille. Soon after we were seated our waiter Stevhan welcomed us and asked for our drink order. Once he returned he asked if we wanted appetizers explaining our menu choices. We decided on the crab cake which was almost all crab meat with a delightful seasonings and sauce. I also tried the sweet corn bisque which was delicious. Stevhan checked to make sure we were happy with our choices. When we finish our appetizers another young lady asked if we were enjoying our visit and our appetizers. Shortly after our steaks and house potatoes arrived. My ribeye was cooked to perfection and the flavor was out of this world. My wife chose the fillet and was very happy with her choice. The mashed potatoes were probably the best we have ever had with a blend of flavors to compliment the meal. The steaks were defiantly some of the best we've ever had and can't wait to return next time we're in town. They also have a selection of deserts so in keeping with my wife's love of chocolate, we shared the molten lava cake. It was served with an amazing vanilla ice cream, vanilla chocolate shavings, thick whipped cream and a in house made raspberry sauce which took this desert to another level of delicious. The cake itself was remarkable and the molten fudge inside was to die for. Like I said, we shared this desert but think we'll get our own deserts next time!! We both commented on what a pleasant friendly staff there was at this restaurant from the people who cleared the table to the manager.
Good quality food, good food preparation, good waiter, food slow to arrive at the table. We prefer a little less noise (music volume) so we can easily talk across the table. Close enough to parking for a leisurely walk with plenty to do nearby. We will most likely return and will refer to others.
The food was delicious but extremely small; however, the service was bad. Our waiter made a $72.00 tip when he visited our table with no urgency. Two of our seven entrees came out about 5 minutes prior to the other entrees making them cold by the time we began to eat. These two entrees were also the special's for the evening. When I go to an expensive restaurant like this, the service best be on point and the food all served at the same time! I can go to Saltgrass Steakhouse and get a prime rib steak that is just as good, less expensive, and excellent service.
Food for dinner was fabulous!!!! Also had lunch earlier outside on the terrace - food, service and atmosphere was fabulous!
Dinner was upstairs...requested a booth overlooking the plaza but our table had a limited window view.....about 25%. In addition, salads were brought out early (before the wine was poured). We told the server we thought these were someone else's - way too early and 3 of the salads were wrong. He insisted. Desert was comped for their error but only 1 desert when 3 salads were incorrect. After we finished our meal, the same "new person" tried to deliver another salad to us and was not aware that we had finished our meal and wine glasses were empty - in other words, we were clearly done but he was trying to deliver a single salad to our table.
This is the second time we have dined here. The first was perfect, this time our steaks were cold! They offered to fix them but brought us back the same steaks, just warmed up. The server did take off the cost of our appetizer and dessert but overall we were disappointed about the steaks.
The food & wine were amazing!!! BUT the staff was terrible. We had 7 (4 adults, 3 young children), $300 meal (including tip), made a reservation online. We were 15 minutes early and the hosts (3) looked annoyed that we would bring kids and after I told them we were here, never made eye contact again until it was time to be seated, no communication about how long it would take NOTHING. We sat, again food & wine amazing. Waitress was less than enthusiastic about us and the kids.
I felt as though the looked at us differently bc of the kids, but if I’m ready to spend $300 on a meal, I expect the BEST service ever.
This was the perfect venue for our 43rd anniversary. Because of the food, but the ambiance
was particularly perfect. The outdoor seating of Del Frisco Grille and The Bird was pleasantly full. We were walking in from the west side of Sundance Square, so we got a wonderful view of it. Our table had outdoor ambiance, because the walls (glass) were moved for full visibility. Also, the name of the restaurant was very appropriate, because our honeymoon was in San Francisco (word play). THANKS
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