Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse, Chicago’s premier steakhouse, announced a contemporary refresh of its main dining room and newly added private dining offerings in line with guests’ evolving needs and desires.
With expertise from leading design firm Aria Group, the refurbishments to the main dining room create a more intimate space while opening the room to views of Oak Street. New luxurious banquette and booth seating from EJ Industries in rich materials and colors allow for a more personal experience for diners. Drapery throughout the dining room features Empire velvet in toffee and fabrics throughout the room include warm cinnamon, java, hematite and Nile blue for a cooling contrast.
To create a unique dining experience surrounded by wine, a beautiful marble feature table was added adjacent to the magnificent wine tower. Throughout the space, nods to the space’s previous life as The Esquire movie theatre, appear with new artwork and lighting.
A new private dining room, 1938, offers groups of up to ten, a more intimate dining option—ideal for celebrations, exclusive parties and C-suite meetings and closing dinners. The room showcases walnut paneled walls, a stone floor, Charter Furniture chairs and a marble feature table from Hospitality Woodworks.
“We are thrilled to offer our guests an updated look, furnishings and experience that match our commitment to elevated service,” says General Manager Don Adams. “The horseshoe booths, banquettes, refreshed interiors and the 1938 Room reinforce the refined dining experience that Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse is known for nationwide.”
Del Frisco’s provides an upscale, lavish dining experience in the heart of Chicago’s Gold Coast district, with seating for up to 350 guests. Private and semi-private dining offerings range from groups of ten in the newly opened 1938 Room to 180 seated in the third floor Mezzanine.
An additional semi-private dining space will be announced later this winter.
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