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Del Frisco's Grille Kicks American Classics Up a Notch

Mar 14, 2014 08:37AM ● By Anonymous

Deviled eggs featuring a truffle-chive vinaigrette.

No matter which way you slice it, everyone loves traditional comfort food.

Southlake's own Del Frisco's Grille is putting a luxury spin on some of America's renowned classic dishes. 

Casual dining becomes an unforgettable experience as executive chef Aaron Henschen puts his heart and passion into every dish. 

A mix of prime steaks, fresh seafood that is flown in from the Northeast and unique twists on staple cuisines make Del Frisco's Grille a must-try dining experience. 

The restaurant's signature Cheesesteak Eggrolls are a perfect, hearty starter to any meal -- earning the right to sit under the category "food to fight over."

Who doesn't love all things fried and in a roll? This take on the Philly classic sandwich dances in your mouth when married with the sweet and spicy chili and honey mustard sauces. Talk about packing a punch to your tastebuds. 

Considered a patron favorite -- and for good reason -- the Seared Asian Tuna Salad is piled high with great eats. Shaved Napa cabbage, arugula, mango, chilled noodles sprinkled with toasted almonds, tomato and avocado provide the perfect blend of texture and flavor.

Did we mention the ginger-sesame dressing drizzled over the crunchy bed of greens is to die for? 

If there's two things Texans are experts in, it's football and meat. 

Del Frisco's Grille does red meat right with The Grille Prime Cheeseburger. Stacked high with doubled patties, crisp lettuce, juicy tomatoes and the rightfully named "sloppy sauce," this two-hand burger requires roughly a dozen napkins, but is worth every bite. 

The generously seasoned crispy french fries are a perfect sidekick to this thick, succulent burger. 

If you're more of a knife-and-fork type of person, don't worry, Del Frisco's Grille has a variety of American classics with a twist. 

The Orecciette Pasta is for all you cheese lovers out there. The lemon and thyme marinated chicken pairs well with the fresh spinach and roasted garlic cream and parmesan sauce -- don't get caught licking your plate clean. 

Be sure to save room for dessert, especially the coconut cream pie. This mini mountain of pie comes equipped with fresh whipped cream and cloud-like coconut cream that is topped off with delectable white chocolate shavings. 

Del Frisco's Grille opened its doors to Southlake and visiting customers in December, quickly becoming one of the most talked about restaurants in the area. 

The company is one of our Southlake 10 picks because we are confident future developments of success will unfold throughout the year.