This restaurant in Briargrove joins the suddenly hot corner that's already home to Arturo Boada Cuisine and Roegels Barbecue Co. With its stylish dining room and expansive patio, the restaurant feels like a hybrid of sister concepts Glass Wall and Brooklyn Athletic Club with a kid-friendly twist. The menu offers a range of classic American fare. Diners can choose from salads, burgers, pastas and heartier main dishes that include seafood and three different steaks. If the crowd of parents with children who flock there is any indication, the neighborhood has embraced The Del.
Highlights included a properly medium rare steaks featuring a chile glaze that provided just enough sweetness and spice without covering up the beefy flavor with included sides of risotto and tomato-cucumber salad for a reasonable $30 and the cheeseburger served on a pretzel bun