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Redfire Grill & Steakhouse

Map400 Lantana Drive
Hockessin, DE
  • Food and Drink


Best Service, 2014:
The staff at Redfire Grill knows the menu and drink list inside and out. Add politeness and efficiency and a true mission to please. You simply don’t find service of this caliber much anymore.

From 2011:
The true magic of Carl Georigi’s brawny chophouse lies in its details. It’s the care taken to make sides and salads really good, to top the burgers with maple-pepper bacon, and to plunk cherries in the Manhattans.

From 2010:

When Carl Georigi closed the doors on his Dome Restaurant in late 2009, it was reborn soon after as Redfire Grill and Steakhouse, a chophouse oozing with vibrant red lighting and top-notch beef. From cheesecake and Manhattans to creamed spinach and bread baskets, it’s an old-school steakhouse at heart. The main reason: prime cuts of steak charred to perfection in a 1,200-degree chophouse broiler. The meat becomes crisp on the outside and tender as all get-out.

There was no place like Dome, but you’ve gotta love its reincarnation—Redfire Grill and Steakhouse. With its low lighting, warm, ruby-toned walls and roster of five signature steaks, Carl Georigi’s classic chophouse is keeping Hockessin hoppin’. We’re partial to the New York strip and the rib-eye. The steaks are cooked in a heavy-duty broiler at 1,200 degrees and are best taken with creamed spinach, horseradish mashed potatoes or grilled asparagus. The wine list, like the menu, is fairly priced and the orange-spiked cheesecake makes for a nice finish. As for Dome, thanks for the memories.

Best of Delaware History

2014 Best Service
2011 Best Restaurant in Hockessin
2010: Best  Restaurant in Hockessin
2010: Best Restaurant Makeover

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From the Delaware Today Archive: http://www.delawaretoday.com/Delaware...
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