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