Swanky Dallas-originated Del Frisco's Grille must love Choose Your Own Adventure books considering how much it's into things with multiple stories, including a huge cooled/ heated double-deck patio facing P'tree, and inside, a chandelier that cascades from the top floor to the bottom, and is aided by cage-covered red lampshades hanging from wood beams that criss-cross along the high ceiling, so to change bulbs you know they have to JUMP, JUMP!!
Lunch brings Savannah-sourced blue crab toast, an aged cheddar/ gruyère/ mornay sauce grilled cheese & tomato bisque combo (which should definitely be turned into the snack food Combo as well... you hear that, person who creates Combos? You hear that?!), and a lamb burger w/ roasted tomatoes. Start steakin' at dinner with hand-cut NY strips w/ aged balsamic reduction, or the blackened BBQ-rubbed Delmonico, in addition to a mesquite-smoked pork chop, or dirty rice cake-sided salmon from the Bay of Fundy, the coastal area known for having the world's highest tides, which explains why everybody there buys Wisk.
For your drinking needs, they've got localized cocktails like the Georgia Peach (Jack, fresh peaches, local honey, peach bitters), and the Avión Silver/ lime & guava juice/ sugar & cayenne-rimmed Hotlanta Cooler, which ATL's been since everybody simultaneously stopped wearing their pants backwards, and using the term "Hotlanta".
Situated in the upwardly trending Buckhead neighborhood, Del Frisco's Grille is a bustling steakhouse serving premier steaks, fresh food, and an array of other gourmet fare. And with a glass of wine from its extensive stock, you can take it all in from one of its scenic patio.