Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House - Greenwood Village
As premium steakhouses go, Del Frisco's is at the top of the crop, offering guests a luxury experience. There may only be 13 locations nationwide, but their impact is as viable as competitors with 20 or more outposts. You'll find only one Del Frisco's outpost in Colorado, and it's located in the tony Greenwood Village area. It's been heralded by Denver magazine (top steak), CitySearch (best steak) and Colorado Community (best steak).Read More
The interior is as luxe as you'd expect, showcasing classic mahogany accents throughout the space to give it a warm, inviting vibe. The smoking lounge is a popular destination for cigar aficionados. Guests have more than 65 cigars to choose from in the humidor.
Sundays are especially popular at Del Frisco's. The signature
"prime pair" prix-fixe menu is featured for $59 per person. Diners may choose from classic favorites like a blue cheese lettuce wedge, an eight-ounce, hand-cut filet and creamed spinach.
During the week, power lunchers may take advantage of a special $27.50 offering. Diners get a choice of appetizer and entree. They may choose from selections such as a Caesar salad, pan-seared salmon and filet medallions.
Dinner guests are recommended to share one or two appetizers, comprised mostly of seafood offerings, from a chilled shrimp tasting to Shanghai-style fried calamari.
All steaks and chops are hand-cut at Del Frisco's. Highlights range from a 24-ounce prime Porterhouse to a 32-ounce Wagyu tomahawk chop. Dry-aged steaks, for those meat enthusiasts who prefer more complex flavor profiles, include a 45-day dry-aged prime New York strip, 14-day dry-aged Colorado prime lamb and signature "The Double Eagle" 45-day dry-aged double bone prime ribeye. The latter is 32 ounces and available in limited quantity.
Non-steak eaters may relish in a number of seafood-focused dishes as well as pan-roasted natural chicken. Guests may pair up entrees with a smattering of crave-worthy side dishes. Standouts include creamed corn with blistered shishito peppers; Brussels sprouts with smoked bacon; and lobster mac and cheese.
Desserts are also plentiful and Del Frisco's has certainly considered every palate. Guests may choose from warm banana bread pudding, a six-layer lemon cake with lemon butter cream icing and lemon glaze, cheesecake or chocolate souffle cake.
And finally, Del Frisco has put its stamp on classic cocktails behind the bar. The Old Fashioned goes Latin by replacing whiskey for añejo tequila. The Sidecar gets a taste of pear liqueur. And the margarita gets a splash of freshly squeezed ruby red grapefruit juice.