Best Steakhouses in the U.S.

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Robert Lesko

Calling all carnivores: from old-school institutions to trendy newcomers, these steakhouses are a cut above the rest.

Charlie Palmer Steak, Washington, D.C.

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When the Senate is in session, this high-ceilinged restaurant on the Hill is the place to go for steak with a side of politics. An impressive collection of all-American wines, dramatically displayed in a floating glass cube, complements the nouveau steakhouse menu—highlights include the dry-aged “cowboy steak” and lobster corn dogs. Ask for a sneak peek of the rooftop terrace (if it’s not reserved for a private event), which has fantastic views of the Capitol.

steakhouses washington dc

Best Steakhouses in the U.S.

Charlie Palmer Steak, Washington, D.C.

When the Senate is in session, this high-ceilinged restaurant on the Hill is the place to go for steak with a side of politics. An impressive collection of all-American wines, dramatically displayed in a floating glass cube, complements the nouveau steakhouse menu—highlights include the dry-aged “cowboy steak” and lobster corn dogs. Ask for a sneak peek of the rooftop terrace (if it’s not reserved for a private event), which has fantastic views of the Capitol.

Robert Lesko
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