Haute Spots Boston: Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House

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When you have got it all, isn’t it time to show it all off? That’s just how Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House shines over in the Seaport District. From the moment you step into the gorgeous restaurant and walk up the dramatic staircase to the second floor location, its confidence exudes everywhere from the sumptuous booths to the sparkling floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook Boston Harbor.

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We recently visited on a Friday night and were lucky enough to be seated at a waterfront table offering a beautiful view of the harbor. Our attentive server, Kevin, got us started with their signature VIP cocktail made with Svedka clementine vodka infused with Hawaiian pineapple along with a nice stiff gin martini. We recommend the shrimp cocktail appetizer, a not-so-traditional, yet delicious creation served three ways – with spicy cocktail sauce, remoulade and Italian marinade. The spiced up crab cake here is a must made with chunks of fresh crabmeat topped with a rich Cajun lobster sauce. One of the newest additions to the appetizer menu is a slice of jumbo thick cut bacon, an enormous strip seared on the outside yet tender and juicy on the inside.

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When it comes to dinner, Del Frisco’s admittedly has some of the best steaks in town. Enormous, grilled to a juicy perfection and seasoned (or not, based on your preference) for added flavor. We recommend the gigantic bone-in ribeye or 26-ounce sirloin with a side of Bearnaise, bourbon peppercorn or creamy horseradish sauce. Sides here are served a la carte and include sauteed wild mushrooms with pearl onions, cheesy au gratin potatoes (our favorite), creamed spinach and rich lobster macaroni and cheese.

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If you can save room for dessert, which unfortunately we could not, the lemon cake is one of their signature desserts. Layer upon endless layer (there are six to be exact), even the desserts are meant to be shared, but are so good you may want to keep to yourself.

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Now that spring has finally arrived, Del Frisco’s has opened its terrace deck complete with patio heaters for those cool spring nights. The steakhouse is located adjacent to the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion, which hosts popular concerts all summer long. Enjoy some drinks on the deck here before or after a concert for the perfect summer night.

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