Dee Lincoln Steak & Burger Bar is taking its meaty show on the road: The Del Frisco's co-founder will open a second location of the meaty concept in Plano come mid-April.
According to a press release, the menu will be largely the same as the first location, which opened in Uptown back in September; new additions at the Plano location (which is taking over the old Nosh space) will include a few more burger options, adult milkshakes and "barrel selection keg wine." Leading the kitchen will be chef Andrew Powers, who was most recently the chef at the Magnolia Hotel; locally, he also worked at The Mansion and the now-defunct Trece, with stints in the Virgin Islands and Park City, Utah in between.
Expect a dining room that seats 80 and an open kitchen with a chef's counter where a tasting menu will be available, plus a community table in the bar area, a private wine cellar room and a patio that seats another 30. The Plano outpost will be open for dinner only first, with lunch service to be added at a later date.
Lincoln's announcement comes just on the tail of the news that Tim Byres' Smoke and Vietnamese spot DaLat are also expanding with Plano locations; barbecue mecca Lockhart Smokehouse also opened in downtown Plano in February.
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