Marquee Grill is located in a posh shopping area, next to a highly polished, deeply beautiful movie theater, (from whence the establishment gets its name). Executive Chef Tre Wilcox, a former Top Chef contestant, puts out some incredibly delicious dishes. Most notably shrimp and grits, duck, and perhaps the best steak I've ever eaten. Apparently this person was dismissed from the show because of his risotto, which Tom Colicchio judged to be subpar. I'm inclined to agree. Avoid it and trust that everything else on the menu is incredible. Did I mention the steak? A 22-ounce Beeman Ranch rib eye from a hickory fired grill with foie gras butter!
"Marquee Grill , Dallas, TX"
31 Aug, 2012
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