The Frisco City Council has made it a goal to focus on attracting destination restaurants to Frisco. With the official announcement today from award-winning brand Perry’s Steakhouse, it is clear that the Council’s efforts are working. “Our citizens have been asking for more fine dining and we are excited to welcome Perry’s to Frisco,” said Mayor Pro Tem Jeff Cheney. “Perry’s will complement many of the exciting projects recently announced in that area.”
See the announcement below from the Perry’s team. We’re ready for that famous Perry’s pork chop!
“Perry’s Steakhouse will be located at Stonebriar Centre at Preston Road and SH 121 in Frisco. The new restaurant will accommodate 350 guests and include design features such as a towering wine wall, four private dining rooms, an island bar, main dining with glimpses of the kitchen, and an outdoor patio.
Famous for its selection of butcher-fresh Prime beef, Perry’s is also known for its unexpected steakhouse specialty – Perry’s Famous Pork Chop, a seven-finger tall chop that is dried, cured and roasted, then caramelized and topped with Perry’s signature herb-garlic butter. Perry’s is also home to Bar 79, which offers Social Hour featuring specially priced bar menu items, wines and martinis weekdays from 4-6:30 p.m. and Sundays from 4-9 p.m.
“From our roots as a meat market, we’ve grown to focus not only on great food, but also the experience of our guests,” said Chris Perry, founder and owner of Perry’s Restaurants. “At Perry’s, you can expect distinctive signature dishes carved tableside, flaming desserts prepared tableside, mixology creations made with ingredients fresh from the kitchen, and live music daily, all adding up to an atmosphere that is elegant, yet casual and welcoming.”
The desire for an ambiance that stands out from other steakhouses has led to a philosophy of design and architecture that is driven by each individual community Perry’s serves. By incorporating light, airy, modern touches to the various dining areas, Perry’s creates an environment that appeals to both men and women, and whisks away the notion of a traditional stuffy steakhouse.
“The Dallas area has truly embraced us, and we’re excited to expand to Frisco,” Perry said. “Our mission is to provide an experience that is both Rare and Well Done, and we look forward to serving this community.”