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Dallas’ queen of steak sets sail on new steakhouse with sushi bar

Dallas’ queen of steak sets sail on new steakhouse with sushi bar

Dee Lincoln Prime steak
New steakhouse opens at The Star in Frisco. Photo courtesy of Dee Lincoln Prime

Dee Lincoln, aka "The Queen of Steaks," returns to her fine-dining roots with her latest venture, an upscale eponymous steakhouse called Dee Lincoln Prime, opening at The Star in Frisco on December 1.

The restaurant will open with a few elements you don't see at other steakhouses. Executive chef will be TJ Lengnick, a veteran who has worked at Pappas Bros. Steakhouse, Stephan Pyles, Jasper's, and Shinsei.

Sushi bar
The restaurant will feature steaks from the famed purveyor Allen Brothers, but there will also be a sushi bar. It'll be overseen by chef Mark Tungcmittrong, the co-owner of Bambu and Sushi Rock with prior stints at Tei Tei Robata Bar and Steel Sushi Restaurant & Lounge. While his son runs their family restaurants, chef Mark will present omakase at an exclusive, reservations-only six-seat sushi bar.

If omakase is not your thing, there'll be a more conventional sushi menu available throughout the restaurant and at the bar, as well.

Tequila library
Another unique element that sets this apart is a tequila library with a menu of 32 tequilas, ranging from Riazal at $15 per 1.5 ounces to rare brands like the Patron Lalique at $950.

A custom, climate-controlled wine cellar boasts 2,100 bottles, with an additional wine room housing 575 bottles. The wine list is global, with well-balanced choices to complement the menu.

A dramatic, horseshoe-shaped, full-service bar with marble imported from Italy seats 22 guests. The dining room and patio seat an estimated 200 people, with three additional private dining rooms seating 90 in total.  

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