Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House Opens in Orlando
Del Frisco's Restaurant Group, Inc. announced Monday the opening of its newest Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House in Orlando. The restaurant is located at 9150 International Drive, across the street from the Pointe Orlando shopping and entertainment district and within walking distance of the Orange County Convention Center, the second largest convention center in the U.S. This marks the 12th Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House across the country, and the 48th restaurant overall for Del Frisco's Restaurant Group, which also owns and operates 18 Del Frisco's Grilles and 18 Sullivan's Steakhouse locations.
"Del Frisco's is already a household name in Orlando and we are pleased to be returning to the city as we expand our presence," says Mark S. Mednansky, CEO of Del Frisco's Restaurant Group. "Our new Double Eagle restaurant is a great fit for the vibrant and thriving International Drive area, and we look forward to providing both residents and visitors with a modern, energetic dining experience."
The new Orlando restaurant will serve the concept's chef-driven cuisine under the direction of Executive Chef Greg Thompson. The menu offers dishes such as Large Cold-Water Lobster Tails, Veal Porterhouse, Lamb Chops, signature Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes, as well as hearty family style side dishes and decadent desserts like the award-winning Lemon Cake. In addition to signature menu items, Del Frisco's Orlando will offer special menu items such as Thick Cut Bacon Au Poivre, Braised Short Rib Dumplings, and Escargot.
The menu also features an award-winning wine list wine list of more than 1,200 vintages that includes a number of notable verticals from both old and new world producers. Our local sommelier will help guests navigate through selections that have been curated to complement every dish.
The 16,934-square foot, two-floor interior boasts two bars, four private dining rooms, and a patio with total guest capacity of 419. The architecture of the building was inspired by the art deco history of Florida.