Del Frisco's is located in what was once the historic Esquire Theatre. The theatre, originally built in 1938, has since closed and has been restored into retail space. Del Frisco's takes over the majority of the space, with two levels and a beautiful patio overlooking Oak Street.
|Del Frisco's in the Old Esquire Theater|
My sister is usually the one who picks out the wine for the table, and this time was no different. She chose a Sinister Hand blend of grenache, syrah, mouvedre and cinsault. It opened up nicely during our meal and was a great compliment to our steaks.
|Sinister Hand Wine|
My dad chose the Blue Cheese Wedge salad with bacon, cherry tomatoes and blue cheese dressing. The massive size of the salad blew me away and it had a hefty portion of blue cheese crumbles.
|Blue Cheese Wedge Salad|
My mom and I chose to start our meals with a classic Caesar Salad. Del Frisco's version includes uncut leaves of romaine and the typical fixings of parmesan, dressing and croutons. I really loved how light the Caesar dressing was!
|Filet Mignon with NOLA Shrimp|
|Filet with Crab Cake|
|22 oz Bone-in Strip Steak|
|Chateau Potatoes, Lobster Macaroni & Cheese, Sauteed Mushrooms|
|Six Layer Lemon Cake|
Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse
58 E. Oak Street
Chicago, IL 60611