We dined at Del Frisco's on a recent trip to Vegas and enjoyed a carnivore's dream feast at the old school steak joint located just off the vegas strip (close to the hard rock hotel). We started off the meal with drinks at the bar and the prices nearly made me spill my drink--$16-$18 martini's. Granted they were large drinks-but that's a big price to pay for a martini.
We moved into a private room for dinner which we were able to reserve for no extra charge with a party of 12. We started off the meal with the seafood sampler (shrimp cocktail, oysters and crabcakes). All were delicious. We then moved on to salads. I ordered the caesar and split it with a friend and thought that the flavor of the dressing was good but too heavy. Next was the beef course. They don't have a huge menu at Del Frisco's-about 6-7 meat options but they are all usda flavorful cuts. I don't have one negative comment on the qualty. I ordered the strip steak which is somewhere in between a rib eye and a filet in terms of flavor and fat content. It was great and cooked to perfection. We ordered the typical sides, potatoes au gratin, creamed spinach and asparagus just to pack on a few extra calories.
As for atmosphere, Del Frisco's looks like a place Tony Soprano would frequent in Northern Jersey. There are no windows, there's a cigar room and the male/female split was about 80/20.
For a bachelor party (assuming this is all males), or for serious steak eaters that care solely about the cut of beef, Del Frisco's is a solid choice. As for me, I weigh the environment a little more heavily so will likely opt for a steak house on the strip or in a hotel next go round.