The Bottom Line
- Great Steaks and Seafood
- Contemporary upscale atmosphere
- Creative menu with a wide variety of dishes
- Extensive wine list
- Very Expensive
- Address: Four Season Hotel, 2800 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC
- Phone: (202) 944-2026
- Hours: Lunch: Mon.-Sat. 11:30 am-2:30pm. Dinner: Sun.-Wed. 5:30-10pm, Thurs.-Sat. 5:30-10:30pm
- Prices: Lunch: $12 to $32, Dinner: $14 to $48
- Reservations: Suggested
- Parking: Valet
Guide Review - Bourbon Steak Restaurant Review - Washington, DC
Your meal begins with a serving of duck fat fries seasoned three different ways and matched with three different dipping sauces. They were tasty and interesting to compare. We especially enjoyed the ahi tuna tartare, the sea scallops, bison tenderloin and the American Kobe NY ribeye. The sidedishes - mushrooms and spinach were a bit too salty.
The decor at Bourbon Steak is elegant and warm with natural materials and crafted accents surrounding the space, from seeded and rubbed glass, to stitched leather and wood. The spacious dining room seats 144. The bar/lounge has 42 seats and offers a small-plates menu. A private dining room is also available for special events, private wine tastings and dinners for up to 22 seated guests or a 35-guest reception.
Bourbon Steak was developed by Michael Mina, a James Beard Award-winning chef and President of the Mina Group, a San Francisco-based restaurant management company specializing in upscale restaurants.
Reviewed January 2009 - Prices Subject to Change
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