When Del Frisco’s Double-Eagle Steakhouse set out to expand from its original Dallas location, officials faced the difficult choice of whether it was best to attempt to reproduce the look and feel of the first unit, or to break the mold and concentrate on making unique restaurants that would embrace the individuality of each community. They decided individuality was the way to go, so each of the chain’s eight units reflects the distinct character of its metropolitan ...

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