Celebrities Converge on Georgetown
Robert Redford, Adam Levine and several other celebrities were each spotted dining at Bourbon Steak in Georgetown.
Bourbon Steak at the Four Seasons was the dinner spot of choice for celebrities in D.C. Sunday. Adam Levine, Dick Keil, Ken Burns and Robert Redford were all spotted dining at the Georgetown restaurant at separate tables, according to Politico.
Redford was in town for the D.C. Environmental Film Fest which just wrapped up over the weekend. He introduced his son Jamie's documentary film, "Watershed: A New Ethic for the New West" Sunday at the Museum of Natural History.
Bourbon Steak features menus crafted by Michael Mina, a James Beard award-winning chef and internationally renowned restaurateur.