Texas’ first reimagined Steak and Ale restaurant will open in Grand Prairie, off Interstate 30, with stained-glass windows and a salad bar, in 2024, according to a Dallas Morning News article. They say,
“Texas restaurateur Paul Mangiamele has been cooking up a comeback for iconic Dallas chain Steak and Ale for nearly a decade. Plans are finally in place to bring the family-friendly prime rib restaurant back to the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
The first reimagined Steak and Ale in Texas will be in Grand Prairie, just off of Interstate 30, Mangiamele says.
It won’t be the first new Steak and Ale in the country; that will be in Burnsville, Minn., a small town near Minneapolis where Mangiamele and his wife, Gwendolyn, have a home.
The first Dallas-Fort Worth restaurant is expected to open sometime in 2024. It will have stained-glass windows and a salad bar, just like the original restaurant that opened at Oak Lawn and Lemmon avenues in Dallas in 1966.”
The menu offers a wide variety of classic American steakhouse dishes and seafood options, with a decent wine selection that is sure to amaze guests:
- Cedar Plank Salmon
- The Classic Burger
- Grilled Meatloaf
- Hawaiian Chicken
- Lobsters Tails
- Shrimp Pasta With Garlic Cream
- Stuffed Shrimp
The company plans to grow intentionally and with a team of high-performing individuals, but did not disclose a specific number.