Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House on Restaurant Row decided to renovate its 10,000-square-foot space back in May, and now the first diners will see the $2 million makeover starting on July 23. By August, the renovations should be complete.
In the meantime, diners can expect a new color palette at the dark restaurant. Now. chartreuse, cream, and charcoal gray with metallic accents of brushed brass and bronze decorate the space. The new main dining room takes up 1,200 square feet with 17 tables and crystal light fixtures. Leather and velvet banquettes surround the tables.
A central dining lounge features three raised booths, dubbed the Godfather booths, for an exclusive setting. Each booth has its own waterfall crystal chandeliers, while quartz mirrors feature marble frames.
The space also include 4,200 square feet of meetings and convention dining space, laser cut metal screen installations, and a communal bar table.
Located at 3925 Paradise Road, on the western edge of the Hughes Center, the changes are not expected to impact the famous, automated James Bond table that rises and drops at the touch of a button to reveal 18 hand etched wine bottles commemorating the Bond movie series from Dr. No through 1997’s Tomorrow Never Dies.
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