Del Frisco’s: Steakhouse Renaissance

Photo by Hugh E

After the opening of Butcher & Singer a few weeks ago, the second high-end steakhouse in Philadelphia’s new stream of meat-eating gourmet restaurants will open its doors on November 28.

Del Frisco’s, a chain already successfully implanted in 7 cities across the U.S. including foodies’ favorites as New York or Las Vegas, took over the Packard building on 15th and Chestnut before it got turned into a House of Blues.

Officially opening its doors on November 28th, the restaurant will feature white tablecloths and top-notch service in an extraordinary architecture including 50-foot ceiling and a vault echoing the building’s rich history.

Want to sneak a peak at the inside? Visit Philly Chit Chat for some photos from their media opening.

Del Frisco’s
111 S. 15th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107


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  1. We ate at your gorgeous restaurant last night. The waitstaff was wonderful & so was everything else. Thelast thing that was insulting was to charge $9.95 for a birthday candle on our ordered dessert, priced seperately. It ruined all of the special things. Never, ever has anyone of us experienced so a foolish charge. We were the Hopins party, Table 99. Sincerely, Eleanor Hopkins 2011 Lodges La. Oreland Pa 19075

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