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Dee Lincoln Prime Brings Swanky Steak and Sushi to Frisco

The Star has a brand new tenant, and she’s bringing lots of tequila

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Dee Lincoln Prime, the eponymous restaurant named for Dallas’ own “Queen of Steaks,” is opening this Friday at The Star in Frisco.

The swanky new restaurant will combine Lincoln’s expertise in Prime steaks with top-quality sushi and pricey tequilas, all inside the 8,000 square foot space. A full-service horseshoe-shaped bar will seat 22 guests, with an additional six seats located at the reservations-only sushi bar, and the dining room and patio both seat around 200.

Executive Chef TJ Lengnick has a long culinary history in steaks, putting in time at Pappas Bros. Steakhouse, Stephan Pyles, Jasper’s, and Shinsei before joining Dee Lincoln. “I was blown away when Dee asked me to join her team. I feel I’ve been training for this my entire career,” he said in a statement. “It is an honor to be working for a legend in this industry.”

Sushi Chef Mark Tungcmittrong, co-owner of Bambu and Sushi Rock, is heading up the succinct omakase sushi program at the six-seat bar, serving what he’s selected for the evening. His resume includes prior stints at Tei Tei Robata Bar and Steel Sushi Restaurant & Lounge. A larger sushi menu will be offered throughout the restaurant and features things like sushi pizza and traditional rolls, alongside steakhouse standbys like veal chops, lamb chops, ribeye, bluefin tuna, and duck.

In addition to omakase, the sushi bar will showcase more than 30 different tequilas, including Riazal at $15 per 1.5 ounces, and rare (and decidedly more pricey) brands like the Patron Lalique at $950. Not short on alcohol offerings, Dee Lincoln’s climate-controlled wine cellar boasts 2,100 bottles, with an additional wine room housing 575 more.

Dee Lincoln Prime is located at 6670 Winning Drive, Suite 400, Frisco, and will be open Monday through Thursday, 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.; until 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays; closed Sunday. Before heading to Frisco, scope out the menu below.

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