Del Frisco's Restaurant Group Opens 20th Grille Location

The Del Frisco's Grille in Little Rock, Arkansas, marked the 20th location across the country. 
The Del Frisco's Grille in Little Rock, Arkansas, marked the 20th location across the country.  Image Used with Permission

Del Frisco's Restaurant Group, Inc. announced the opening of its newest Del Frisco's Grille in Little Rock, Arkansas, located at 17707 Chenal Parkway. The new restaurant, in The Promenade at Chenal, opened on September 12. This marks the 20th Del Frisco's Grille across the country, and the 50th restaurant overall for Del Frisco's Restaurant Group, which also owns and operates 12 Del Frisco's Double Eagle and 18 Sullivan's Steakhouse locations.

"We are thrilled to bring Del Frisco's Grille to West Little Rock, our first restaurant in the state, as we continue expanding into new markets around the country," says Mark S. Mednansky, CEO of Del
Frisco's Restaurant Group. "The Del Frisco's reputation has the city primed and excited to try our unique menu offerings and signature cocktails that Little Rock residents and visitors are sure to enjoy."

The newest Del Frisco's Grille in Little Rock features the concept's signature bold flavors and fresh, regional ingredients showcased in updated American comfort classics. The 8,290 square foot interior has a guest capacity of 248, including a private dining room with additional outdoor seating for 62 on the year-round patio.

The new Little Rock Grille features a Sunday brunch menu including Red Velvet Belgian Waffles and Chicken Fried Steak & Eggs with Chorizo Gravy. Signature favorites include: Cheesesteak Eggrolls, Ahi Tacos, and a variety of Oven-Baked Flatbreads. The menu is rounded out with a selection of prime steaks, signature seafood, hearty salads, sandwiches, and chef-inspired entrees.

Cocktail options such as The VIP, The Kilt Lifter, and Apt. 5D are available. The restaurant also offers a wine selection including 200 regional and global vintage. Also, a variety of beers from local breweries such as Diamond Bear Brewery and Lost Forty Brewery are on the menu.

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