Dee Lincoln Prime is a fine dining restaurant serving prime steak and fresh seafood, complete with an in-house sushi bar. Reminiscent of Hollywood in the 30s, the glamorous Dee Lincoln Prime compliments perfectly the shiny Star of the Dallas Cowboys development in Frisco where it sits.
The wine list is globally inspired and has a tequila library of more than 30 different labels, including Dee's own tequila bottled by Herradura. The cuts of meat are outrageously prime and cooked to perfection.
There are two private dining rooms, each equipped with the latest audio/visual technology for special occasions and corporate events.
Looking for a luxurious dining spot with more than a splash of pizazz. Look no further than Dee Lincoln Prime at The Star!
Monday - Thursday, 4 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Friday & Saturday, 4 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Sunday - Closed
Chef TJ Lengnick
Chef Thomas A. Lengnick Jr. is hanging out with the Dallas Cowboys at the Star in Frisco as Executive Chef at Dee Lincoln Prime.
After graduating from New England Culinary Institute, Chef TJ built his sterling culinary reputation at Stephan Pyles, Pappas Bros. Steakhouse, BLT Steak, Jasper’s, and Central 214. Lengnick later held the executive chef position at Shinsei, was chef de cuisine at Whiskey Cake and ran it all as executive chef at Steel Restaurant.
Owner Dee Lincoln
Female powerhouse in the male-dominated steakhouse business, Dee Lincoln is rightly called “The Queen of Steaks.”
This female firecracker was born on the Fourth of July and raised in New Orleans. Among Dee Lincoln's restaurant accolades is the coveted Restaurants and Institutions’ Ivy Award, Texas Restaurant Association’s Restaurateur of the Year Award, Savor Dallas‘ Spirit Award and Nation’s Restaurant News’ Fine Dining Award. For her entrepreneurial prowess, Dee received Dallas Business Journal’s Top Women in Business Award and Northwood University’s Distinguished Women Award.
Dee Lincoln began her restaurant career at the helm of Del Frisco’s Steakhouse in New Orleans. then brought that restaurant to Dallas, eventually renamed Del Frisco’s Double Eagle Steakhouse. Two years later, the steakhouse Lincoln co-founded was sold to a publicly-traded company, Lone Star Steakhouse, and she became vice president of Operations. Intrigued by CEO Jamie Coulter’s vision, she assisted in the expansion of the brand into Fort Worth, Denver, New York, and Las Vegas
Dee's entrepreneurial spirit demanded she get back in the thick of it, so she resigned to launch the Dee Lincoln Brand and with it, Dee Lincoln’s Tasting Room & Bubble Bar at the Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium, the first wine and champagne lounge of its kind to be located in a sports arena. Soon thereafter, she opened Dee Lincoln Private Events in Uptown Dallas.
Dee Lincoln Prime takes Dee back to her fine dining roots and it's an 8,000 sq ft "stunner!"