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Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House Restaurant Review: Three floors, room for more than 500 diners and a 34-foot wine tower are just a few of the bragging rights at Del Frisco’s, the Philly outpost of the swank steakhouse chain. You can’t beat the historic Packard Building setting for jaw-dropping impact---a soaring space with mezzanine seating, a vaulted dining room and acres of prime real estate at two bars. Start with the lump crab cakes, along with an aged 32-ounce Wagyu rib-eye that is a carnivore’s dream. Presentation along the way seems a bit spare, but the flavors are solid and sides such as lobster mac 'n’ cheese, maque choux corn and creamed spinach are top shelf. Del Frisco's launched with 1,400 bottles of wine and plans to grow the collection.