Bourbon Steak in DC is a Must Try!


BourbonSteakLogoBourbon Steak
2800 Pennsylvania Avenue
Northwest, Washington, DC
(Four Seasons Washington DC)
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The award-winning Bourbon Steak is Michael Mina’s signature steakhouse and popular Mina-branded restaurants. With five locations around the country — each with a distinct ambiance and decor — Bourbon Steak offers modern American fare featuring all natural, organic and hormone-free cuts of beef that are slow-poached in butter and cooked on a wood burning grill.


BourbonSteakNamed Fine-Dining Restaurant of the Year, Bourbon Steak is a delicious experience run by award winning chef; Michael Mina.

It’s deliciously counterintuitive, but Michael says the key to unlocking fantastic flavors and irresistible combinations in fine dining lies in balancing four basic elements: spice, sweetness, acidity and richness. “If any one of those is out of balance, the food is not memorable. You don”t feel like you have to finish it. Even something as simple as vinaigrette succeeds or fails on balance — too much oil, and it will be thick and boring. Too much vinegar feels sharp on the tongue. Surprisingly, it is balance that actually makes a dish exciting.”

The restaurant features contemporary American fare with a focus on seasonal ingredients, as well as Mina’s award-winning butter-poached meat and poultry and classic seafood dishes.

BourbonSteakDESSERTTaking its cues from Mina’s stunning Las Vegas steakhouse, Stripsteak at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, this extraordinary Washington DC Georgetown steak and seafood restaurant showcases modern American fare with a focus on corn-fed, all-natural meats and line-caught seafood available both locally and worldwide. Guests can look forward to a decadent and mouthwatering DC steak dining experience rich in seasonal ingredients, as well as Mina’s renowned butter-poached meat, poultry, and classic seafood dishes.

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