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post #61 of 70
Every feller should go to Peter Lugers at least once in their life.

But the very best steaks I have ever eaten come from my own grill. Buy rib eye roasts, cut two inch thick steaks, rub 'em with secret recipe, use real mesquite charcoal, make a fire so hot you worry the grill will melt, and serve 'em black and blue.

Arguments for prime meat aside, they are without a doubt the best steaks I have every eaten including Lugers, Ruths Chris, etc.
post #62 of 70
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Originally Posted by cowboyjack View Post
Every feller should go to Peter Lugers at least once in their life.

But the very best steaks I have ever eaten come from my own grill. Buy rib eye roasts, cut two inch thick steaks, rub 'em with secret recipe, use real mesquite charcoal, make a fire so hot you worry the grill will melt, and serve 'em black and blue.

Arguments for prime meat aside, they are without a doubt the best steaks I have every eaten including Lugers, Ruths Chris, etc.

+1 - myWeber is Cherry red when the steaks hit the grill, 45 seconds on both sides and I'm loving the black and blue high!
post #63 of 70
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Don't some of the great hotels in DC offer good steak? Actually, one of the best steak dinners I've ever had was at a Ritz Carlton Dining Room.

When I visited Chicago from NY, I discovered that the RC dining room was fabulous. Easily the best hotel food in America. I moved to Chicago and lived close enough to the RC that I popped in about once a month or so for a meal. But I never had their steak. Glad to know it's up to par with the rest of their food.

No DC hotel food has that reputation. But living here now, I don't eat in local hotels more than maybe once a year. So don't rely on my opinion.
post #64 of 70
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When I visited Chicago from NY, I discovered that the RC dining room was fabulous. Easily the best hotel food in America. I moved to Chicago and lived close enough to the RC that I popped in about once a month or so for a meal. But I never had their steak. Glad to know it's up to par with the rest of their food.

No DC hotel food has that reputation. But living here now, I don't eat in local hotels more than maybe once a year. So don't rely on my opinion.


Not steak related, but the top DC restaurant, Citronelle, is located in the Latham Hotel while Cityzen is in the Mandarin Oriental.
post #65 of 70
The Willard Room is excellent.
post #66 of 70
Sizzzzzler, yo baby!
post #67 of 70
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The Willard Room is excellent.

Indeed it is -- they have a special morel mushroom tasting menu running until July-ish. I enjoy their brunches frequently as well.
post #68 of 70
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Indeed it is -- they have a special morel mushroom tasting menu running until July-ish. I enjoy their brunches frequently as well.

Holy shit, I am there.
post #69 of 70
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Holy shit, I am there.


Here's the PDF of the courses.
post #70 of 70
An underrated restaurant that I love going to is Angelo and Maxies on Park.
Love the surf and turf.
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