In a town known for extraordinary steak houses, Bourbon Steaks has tough competition. It did not disappoint us against that standard. We ate there over the weekend while in DC visiting relatives. It is embedded inside the Four Seasons Hotel on the east end of Georgetown (so it is a taxi ride from most other hotel locations.) Its menu matches what you would expect at high end steak houses ... a fine selection of bone-in and boneless prime steaks. I had the Wagyu ribeye medium rare, and it was exceptional as one would expect. Their wine list is enormous (almost overwhelming) but VERY expensive for nearly every selection. A full course dinner including drinks, wine, dessert and tip for five people will easily run into four figures. The service was terrific. The only caveat I would offer is ambiance. Being embedded in a hotel, we were seated near the hotel lobby which was quite noisy because of weddings. We asked to be moved to a quieter open table near the window and away from the entrance, but we were only re-seated to a bench-style seating that looked far more casual than the main section of the restaurant. The dinner was great, but for that price and competition-for-fine-steak-restaurants in DC, especially in a Four Seasons, I think that they could upgrade and sound-proof the dining room a bit. For paying top dollar for a five-person party, I wasn't thrilled to be re-seated into what-was-obviously the more casual section of the restaurant (I sat on a "hump" on a bench). We will still return for another meal there.
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