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Since June 1998, Al Biernat’s has been a Dallas dining institution.
Since June 1998, Al Biernat’s has been a Dallas dining institution. Biernat’s strong family-business philosophy has created a personal and loyal staff, with some members being employed since the opening. The further equation that has made Al Biernat's an elite steakhouse is the quality of prime aged steaks and fresh seafood, the personalized service, and the impeccable wine list.
Whitewaller recommends: Saving room for dessert—Al’s Famous Coconut Cream Pie.
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