January 27, 2012
Article by neffknows_admin

Lunch at Del Frisco’s: We Love Restaurant Week Dining!

Why is it so hard to concentrate on a Friday afternoon?  The jury’s still out in our office, but it may have something to do with the unseasonably beautiful weather, or the food coma we’re all relaxing in after hitting up Restaurant Week at Del Frisco’s on Chestnut Street for lunch.

For just $20, your lunch at Del Frisco’s will get you a three-course tasting menu. They’re offering soup of the day or a baby greens salad to start, four choices of entrée, and two desserts. We sampled the Blackened Filet Tips Salad and Blue Cheese Meatloaf. The salad features a mixed greens base topped with blackened filet mignon tips cooked to order, and finished with a light balsamic vinaigrette.  The mouth-watering blue cheese meatloaf is topped with a tangy Madiera sauce and comes with a side of chateau potatoes.

Don’t forget to save room for your dessert! Del Frisco’s offers two can’t-go-wrong choices: Warm Bread Pudding with Jack Daniel’s sauce (liquor at lunch doesn’t count when it’s in food, right?) and a superbly sweet chocolate mousse.

Luckily for you, there’s still time to snag a table for lunch during Part Deux of Restaurant Week, beginning Monday. Check out Del Frisco’s menus and reservations.

As for us, we’ll spend the weekend running and fasting in preparation for the second half of Restaurant Week madness. Happy Friday!