Bone-in New York strip served inside Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse in Dallas Wednesday October 15, 2014.

Bone-in New York strip served inside Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse in Dallas Wednesday October 15, 2014.

Andy Jacobsohn/The Dallas Morning News

If you're a North Dallas resident with a hankering for Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House, you better act quick. The restaurant will close at its home of 23 years after dinner service on Aug. 19 to move into its new digs in Uptown Dallas.

The new location is expected to open in September.

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"We want to thank you and recognize you for your patronage over the last 23 years," said Mark Mednansky, Del Frisco's Restaurant Group's CEO. "We treasured each guest at Del Frisco's Spring Valley and we look forward to seeing you again at Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House Uptown."

The new Del Frisco's Double Eagle, which inhabits 13,000 square feet over two stories, anchors the new McKinney and Olive high-rise in Uptown. Mednansky credited the relocation to "evolving the brand" in 2014 when it was first announced.

Longtime fans shouldn't lament the move just yet. Del Frisco's Double Eagle, which earned three stars from The Dallas Morning News dining critic Leslie Brenner, is participating in DFW Restaurant Week from Aug. 12-19 and there's still time to snag reservations.

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