Wine Decathlon at Del Frisco's Double Eagle

WHAT: Get ready to compete in this summer’s (second) biggest sporting event, Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House’s Wine Decathlon. The event will highlight at least 2 wines from ten competing countries, selected for their distinctive qualities by Wine Director Kristy MacDonald, and crowd-favorite bites from Executive Chef Scott Kroener.


The tables vying for gold include:

United States- cheesesteak eggrolls & petite crab cakes

Australia- Wagyu beef and cheddar sliders & Wagyu corndogs

New Zealand- wild mushroom toast

Chile- bacon au poivre

Argentina- filet sliders

South Africa- lamb lollipop

France- seared foie gras

Spain- BBQ glazed shrimp

Italy- tomato bruschetta

Germany- calamari & tuna tartare

WHEN: Saturday, August 6th: 2:00pm – 5:00pm

WHERE: Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House:  City Center DC 950 Eye Street NW, Washington, DC 20001 

PRICE: $125.00 / person, inclusive of tax and gratuity, RSVP: (202) 289-0201

About Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House

Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steak House is a contemporary steak house collection with a see-and-be-seen buzz, offering bold, delicious fare complimented by an expansive, award-winning wine list and warm, genuine hospitality. Boasting rare cuts of USDA Prime wet-aged steaks such as the 22 oz. Bone-In Prime Ribeye, modern takes on fresh seafood, signature side dishes and mouth-watering desserts, the one-of-a-kind menu distinguishes Del Frisco’s as an American culinary institution. Each restaurant features an impressive wine list curated in-house by teams of the industry’s finest sommeliers and are perennial winners of the Wine Spectator “Best of Award of Excellence.” Together, the 12 Del Frisco’s Steak Houses form a collection, each with a distinctive setting, décor and character.


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