- $35 for $50 worth of fine dining
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Even the architecture at Randy's Steakhouse is steeped in tradition. The house was built in 1869, and while it's received a few updates since, it still exudes Victorian elegance. In the 20 years since Randy and his staff took over, the house has transformed into one of Frisco's finest restaurants, thanks to a menu of gourmet American cuisine executed with flair and precision. Perennial favorites here include the crawfish-stuffed steak, beef tenderloins with Randy's signature cognac bordelaise sauce, and a lobster tail broiled and served alongside drawn butter. These and other dishes have brought regulars back to Randy's for two decades, as has the rumor that there's a stash of gold hidden somewhere within the restaurant.