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Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse is Packing Its Bags For Uptown

The 20-year-old steakhouse legend is relocating further south.

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After two decades in North Dallas, red meat mecca Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse is on the move. Per a press release, the restaurant will relocate to a 20-story office and retail building located next to the Ritz-Carlton at McKinney and Olive streets sometime in 2016.

There won't be any downtime, though: The release says that the North Dallas flagship location will continue to operate "until the new restaurant is completed." It also notes that the new location will feature "a one-acre gathering space" (is that what they're calling patios these days?) designed by Klyde Warren Park's landscape architect.

Additionally, the company also has a fourth location of its younger, trendier Del Frisco's Grille concept planned: It'll open an outpost at Plano's bourgie The Shops at Legacy district in summer 2015.

Dallas Morning News critic Leslie Brenner recently praised the steakhouse with a three-star review, pronouncing it "one of the better steakhouses in town" for those seeking "an old-fashioned experience" with no expense spared.

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