Best Steak Houses In The DC Area

January 27, 2011 3:35 PM

District Chophouse & Brewery

District Chophouse & Brewery

Bourbon Steak

2800 Pennsylvania Avenue NW – 202.944.2026

A staple of the Upscale Georgetown dining scene Bourbon Steak is known for flawless service, spectacular tastes and a unique-to-Washington atmosphere. Inside the Four Seasons Washington Michael Mina’s staff serves up his signature lobster pot pie and people come back time and time again for the truffle mac & cheese. Stars of Hollywood and the Political arena have been spotted meeting and eating in Bourbon Steak.

J&G Steakhouse

Pennsylvania Ave. at 15th Street NW
515 15th Street NW – (202) 661-2440

Across the street from the White House J&G Steakhouse is the perfect power spot for dining and deal making. J&G simply grills steakhouse favorites and serves up a vast selection of fish from around the globe. The restaurant, sophisticated down stairs wine bar, and outdoor patio are housed in the W hotel and a creation of New York eatery master Jean-Georges.

District Chop House

509 7th Street NW – (202) 347-3434

District Chop House & Brewery

District Chop House & Brewery

As Washington dining folk lore goes The District Chop House was ‘pretty much all that was going on’ in the Chinatown area before Abe Pollin and crew built the Verizon Center. In the heart of one of DC’s most diverse and dynamic neighborhoods the District Chop House has massive seating capacity, delicious offerings and an vintage DC feel.

Charlie Palmer

101 Constitution Avenue NW – 202.547.8100

With an amazing address like 101 Constitution Avenue and food known the world over, it’s no wonder that Charlie Palmer is DC Power spot. On any given night you can catch a glimpse of lawmakers and other political power players.

Ray’s the Steaks

2300 Wilson Blvd Arlington – (703) 841-7297

Chef Michael Landrum is proud of the motto the Cheap can be Awesome, and it shows with the lines out the door. Ray’s the Steaks is very one of a kind experience. Be sure to call ahead, early. Landrum’s influence in the Washington restaurant landscape widened with the additions of Ray’s the Classics of Silver Spring, and Ray’s Hell Burger of Arlington.

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