WACO, TEXAS (August 5, 2014) — DiamondBack’s, Waco’s premier steakhouse and fine dining restaurant, is pleased to announce that it has received a 2014 Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator Magazine. The annual award, which is given to a select number of fine dining establishments across the country, recognizes restaurants with robust wine lists offering interesting selections that pair well with the cuisine and appeal to an array of wine lovers.
This year’s win marks the third consecutive year DiamondBack’s has been awarded Wine Spectator’s coveted honor (its fifth since 2008), a testament to the well-chosen selection of quality wines and corresponding menu options that the restaurant continues to offer to its patrons.
“We’re very proud to be a recipient of the 2014 Wine Spectator Restaurant Award, and consider it proof of our commitment to being the finest steakhouse in Waco,” Alex Manuel, general manager of DiamondBack’s, said. “The DiamondBack’s family takes exceptional care in delivering an extraordinary dining experience, down to our food and wine pairings, which this award further validates.”
Hospitality is at the heart of the DiamondBack's steakhouse and fine dining experience. The restaurant takes pride in its award-winning cuisine, which is expertly prepared with only the highest quality steaks, seafood and ingredients. The friendly staff is committed to making the guest experience at DiamondBack's unforgettable—better than any in Waco.
For more information or to make a reservation, call (254) 757-2871 or visit diamondbackswaco.com.
A fine dining Texas steakhouse featuring exceptional beef, seafood, sushi and over 100 wines, DiamondBack's is located in the heart of historic downtown Waco near the banks of the Brazos River. DiamondBack’s offers half-priced wine bottles every Tuesday, half-priced sushi every Thursday, live music and weekday happy hour specials in our High Noon Saloon. For full menu, hours, location, and special event information, visit diamondbackswaco.com; and find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.