Silver Fox has an established reputation as a notable neighborhood steakhouse, and this year, it’s celebrating Mother’s Day with an exclusive prix fixe menu. On Sunday, May 10, Silver Fox will celebrate Mom with entrees such as Chateaubriand, Honey Glazed Atlantic Salmon or Prime Pork Chop with peach serrano glaze. The special menu is $55 per person and can be picked up curbside at Silver Fox locations in Richardson, Frisco and Fort Worth. A separate mimosa package serves two and can be purchased for $30.
SILVER FOX MOTHER’S DAY MENU
$55 per person
Mother’s Day Hours: 12 to 7 p.m.
The Wedge crisp iceberg wedge, applewood smoked bacon lardons, house dried tomatoes, blue cheese dressing
French Onion Soup toasted Gruyere cheese
III Forks Salad toasted pecans, blue cheese, Granny Smith apples, maple pecan vinaigrette
Chateaubriand aged Midwestern beef tenderloin, spice rubbed, slow roasted, sliced with Worcestershire demi-glace
Honey Glazed Atlantic Salmon molasses bourbon butter
Prime Pork Chop peach serrano glaze
Chocolate Ganache Cake layered high, chocolate shavings
$30 Mimosas for Two: Bottle of Champagne and orange juice
Call the restaurant to reserve your curbside pickup time. Preorders are encouraged. Orders come packaged family-style unless otherwise requested.
MOTHER’S DAY AT SILVER FOX
Date: Noon to 7 p.m. Sunday, May 10, 2020
Pick-up Locations: Silver Fox Steakhouse locations
1303 Legacy Drive, Frisco, TX
1651 South University, Fort Worth, TX
3650 Shire Boulevard, Richardson, TX
Pricing: $55 per person
About Consolidated Restaurant Operations, Inc.
Consolidated Restaurant Operations Inc. (CRO) is a Dallas-based privately held company which operates 115 restaurants including throughout the United States, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirate and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. More information can be found at www.croinc.com.
About Silver Fox Steakhouse
Silver Fox Steakhouse is famed for its USDA Prime steaks. Beef that is graded as USDA Prime beef is superior in quality with abundant marbling, which produces juiciness, tenderness and flavor. It is only around the top two percent of all beef that is graded as USDA Prime.