Dallas people can rejoice with the latest steakhouse in town, STK Steakhouse which lands its first Dallas location according to an Eater Dallas article which reports,
“The steakhouse is king in Dallas, and there’s a new competitor for the throne. STK Steakhouse has opened its first Texas restaurant in Dallas, in Uptown. The press release highlights its so-called “vibe dining” experience, leaning into something bigger in Texas messaging. The popular steakhouse chain has locations all over the U.S., from Atlanta to New York City (where there are three locations).
The location is flanked on all sides by steakhouses near Klyde Warren Park, with Perry’s and Del Frisco in walking distance, and Nusr-Et, Capital Grill, Morton’s, and Fearing’s nearby.”
Aside from steak, STK’s menu also includes salads and seafood according to a Dallas Morning News article. They say,
“STK serves what it calls small, medium and large steaks: things like a 6-ounce filet ($55), a 10-ounce rib-eye ($78), or a 34-ounce dry-aged tomahawk ($157 and shareable). Big spenders might be enticed by high-priced A5 Wagyu, which runs from $39 to $99 per ounce. Wowza! Each steak can come topped with a sauce like chimichurri, au poivre or béarnaise.
At power lunch, STK serves a quick three courses: salad or tuna tartare tacos; a choice of entree: steak frites, chicken breast sandwich, maple-rubbed salmon or mushroom tagliatelle; and dessert to-go.”
The STK Steakhouse in Dallas will be open every day from lunch to dinner. But brunch will also be available during Saturdays and Sundays.