This gargantuan eatery to me represents everything wrong about America. Huge portions, outrageous mark-ups ($40 for a six-ounce filet with no sides and 300% wine mark-ups on everything I saw), meat in every direction, overblown architecture, and tables of 10, 20, 30, and yes, even 40 people vacuuming up their meals. Most of the patrons appeared to be tourists, expense account diners from local legal and biotech firms, and self-important suburbanites out for a Night On The Town. One symbolic moment sticks in my head: when the phalanx of waiters set down our entrées, the head waiter said, "Would you all please cut into your steaks and ensure your steaks are done to your liking?" Really? You trust your kitchen staff that little?
I give one star only for the staff, clearly run off their feet but trying to put the best face on everything. They were very sweet. I can't imagine they don't have hearing damage after a week at Del Frisco's.
All this being said, the Del Frisco's Grille in Chestnut Hill is far superior and on a much smaller scale.
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