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Del Frisco's Grille Steals the Spotlight in Cherry Creek's Steak Scene

See what restaurant goers are saying about the meaty spot

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Del Frisco's Grille
Del Frisco's Grille
Adam Larkey

The Early News: Westword highlighted the restaurant's "laid-back and cheeky approach" to modern dining in an early review. Shareable "Food to Fight Over" plates and the daily lunch deal "Grab a Pair" helps Del Frisco's stand out in the pack of modern dining chains across Denver. [Westword]

The Booze News: The Denver Post noted the early success of the Cherry Creek steakhouse and grill and acknowledged that the restaurant was "a hit right out of the gate." The thorough wine list caters to varied tastes while the array of house cocktails stand out and "shine." [The Denver Post]

The Brunch News: Del Frisco's Sunday brunch service is quickly gaining a following amongst Cherry Creek diners. Multiple Facebook reviewers recommend the brunch menu for a leisurely weekend meal. One diner admitted that he "[d]idn't know what [he] was missing until now." [Facebook]

The Sweet-Not-Sour, Lemon News: Online reviewers rave about the restaurant's desserts. Facebook users award high compliments the six-layer lemon doberge cake - with several claiming the cake is "to die for" - and innovate cheesecake egg rolls.[Facebook]

The Spotty Service News: Several diners at Del Frisco's mention the occasional lapses in service. While most praise the service, some reviewers chastise the prolonged wait times. Citing the high-end atmosphere, one reviewer asserts that "[w]hen your bill is $300-800 dollars it better be a memorable experience. I will give it another try in the future, give them time to settle down, new restaurants are not easy." [Yelp]

Del Frisco's Grille

100 Saint Paul St, Denver, CO 80206 (303) 320-8529