Curtis Stone Talks Steaks, “Iron Chef” and the Future of Dallas Dining

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By Kevin Gray Curtis Stone has three restaurants and a Michelin star. He’s been a fixture on television for more than a decade, with regular turns on Top Chef Masters and the Today show, and he has authored several cookbooks. But selling steaks to Dallas diners might be his most ambitious project to date. Stone opened Georgie in late 2019 with his brother, Luke Stone, and partner Stephen Courseau, who also owns neighboring restaurants Le Bilboquet and Knox Bistro. In addition to the dining room and bar, which are open for dinner and Sunday brunch, Georgie also features an adjacent butcher shop…

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