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Del Frisco's Grilles in Houston and Fort Worth Named to OpenTable's List of the 100 Hottest Restaurants in the Country

Top 100 restaurants were distinguished by OpenTable, which analyzed 5 million reviews of 19,000 restaurants

SOUTHLAKE, Texas, March 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Del Frisco's Restaurant Group is pleased to announce that two restaurants in its portfolio have been named to OpenTable's Top 100 Hot Spot Restaurant list for 2014 in the United States.  Del Frisco's Grilles in Houston and Fort Worth were honored as part of the prestigious user-generated ranking.  Based in Southlake, Texas, just outside Dallas, Del Frisco's Restaurant Group is a collection of 40 restaurants located across the country, including Del Frisco's Grille, Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House, and Sullivan's Steakhouse.

Del Frisco's Grille Houston

The OpenTable Top 100 Hot Spot Restaurant list is a result of the collective opinions of more than five million reviews submitted by verified OpenTable guests for more than 19,000 restaurants in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.  The list is part of OpenTable's Diners' Choice ratings, which are compilations of member reviews organized into "Best Of" lists.  Diners' Choice ratings only use feedback from guests who were "seated" for their reservation (as opposed to those who didn't show), and the data is continuously refreshed for unbiased feedback.

Del Frisco's Grille is an exciting eatery dishing up creative twists on American comfort classics.  In 2012, Del Frisco's Grille was honored by Nation's Restaurant News as the winner of the 18th annual Hot Concepts Award.  Fans of Del Frisco's Grille flock to the restaurant for favorites like Ahi Tuna Tacos, Cheesesteak Eggrolls, hand-crafted flatbreads, hearty salads, formidable sandwiches and prime steaks.  Even late-night revelers get up early for a decadent weekend brunch at the Grille that includes an out-of-this-world Red Velvet Belgian Waffle and Chicken Fried Steak & Eggs with Chorizo Gravy.

With 300 selections from the Grille's sleek "wine wall," Del Frisco's Grille offers a wide variety of choices that appeal to every palate from the adventurous to the traditional.  Del Frisco's Wine Director, David O'Day, has carefully selected wines from established and up-and-coming regions in the world, creating an unparalleled and adventurous wine list, surprisingly more extensive than those found in a traditional bar and grill.

"Having two restaurants earn a place on OpenTable's Top 100 Hot Spot list is an incredible honor for the entire Del Frisco's Restaurant Group family," said Mark S. Mednansky, CEO of Del Frisco's Restaurant Group.  "We pride ourselves on not being a 'cookie cutter' restaurant group, so Del Frisco's Grilles in Houston and Fort Worth have diverse menus that reflect the local taste of each city.  We are grateful to our guests who use OpenTable for propelling us into the Top 100 list."

Del Frisco's Grille in Houston is ideally located in the West Avenue retail center in the heart of the city's River Oaks district.  Executive Chef Jeff Taylor has added market fresh, regional dishes to his menu, including Blackened Texas Gulf Redfish, Buffalo Style Grit Cakes and Cast Iron Pork & Beans.  Del Frisco's Grille is located at 2800 Kirby Drive at Westheimer Road in Houston and the phone number is 832-623-6168.

Just up the road in Fort Worth, the locals keep lining up for regional dishes like Stone Ground Grits with Cajun Lobster Sauce and Pepper Jack Tamales.  Del Frisco's Grille in Fort Worth is adjacent to the popular Sundance Square Plaza, a 35-block retail and entertainment district in the heart of the city.  Del Frisco's Grille is located at 154 E 3rd Street in Fort Worth and the phone number is 817-887-9900.

About Del Frisco's Restaurant Group
Del Frisco's Grille is owned by Del Frisco's Restaurant Group (NASDAQ: DFRG).  Based in Southlake, Texas, near Dallas, Del Frisco's Restaurant Group is a collection of 40 restaurants located across the country, including Del Frisco's Grille, Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House, and Sullivan's Steakhouse.  Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House serves up flawless cuisine that's bold and delicious, an extensive award-winning wine list and a level of service that reminds guests that they're the boss.  Sullivan's Steakhouse is a great place to wine and dine any night of the week - with outstanding food, hand-shaken martinis, an award winning wine list, and live entertainment all under one roof.  Del Frisco's Grille is modern, inviting, stylish and fun, taking the classic bar and grill to new heights, and drawing inspiration from bold flavors and market-fresh ingredients.  All of the restaurants create a seamless dining experience for savvy business and leisure travelers who regularly dine or entertain away from home.

About OpenTable
OpenTable is a leading provider of free, real-time online restaurant reservations for diners and reservation and guest management solutions for restaurants. The OpenTable network delivers the convenience of online restaurant reservations to diners and the operational benefits of a computerized reservation book to restaurants. OpenTable has more than 27,000 restaurant customers, and, since its inception in 1998, has seated more than 400 million diners around the world. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, California, and the OpenTable service is available throughout the United States, as well as in Canada, Germany, Japan, Mexico, and the United Kingdom. OpenTable also owns and operates toptable.com, a leading restaurant reservation site in the United Kingdom.

Media Contact: Casey Shaughnessy at Glodow Nead Communications; 415-394-6500, ext. 212 or [email protected]

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