Monday, October 8, 2012
The Four Seasons restaurant was the site of a belated 20th anniversary celebration.
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama belatedly celebrated their 20th anniversary at the Georgetown Four Seasons Bourbon Steak restaurant Saturday night, according to the Associated Press. Their anniversary was last Wednesday, the night of the first presidential debate in Denver. Bourbon Steak is popular with celebrities of both the political and Hollywood sets. In March Adam Levine, Dick Keil, Ken Burns and Robert Redford were all spotted dining there while in D.C. The Four Seasons restaurant features menus crafted by James Beard award-winning chef and internationally renowned restaurateur Michael Mina.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
The upscale restaurant in the Four Seasons was the only Georgetown restaurant to win.
Georgetown was not entirely closed out of the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington's (RAMW) RAMMY Awards Sunday. Bourbon Steak won the award for Fine Dining Restaurant of the Year. "It takes a lot of talent and hard work to make a restaurant successful, and it is a constant evolution. We love that this award acknowledges all the hard work of all of our team members, and we're honored and grateful to be recognized by our peers, and by the industry," said Mark Politzer, the general manager at Bourbon Steak in an email to Patch Bourbon Steak, a Michael Mina restaurant, opened in Georgetown's Four Seasons hotel in December 2008. Executive Chef Adam Sobel has been at the helm since 2011. The restaurant beat out a field of fellow fine …
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Forbes Travel Guide picks top 10 burgers in America
Look out prime rib, burgers may get all the attention now at Bourbon Steak. Forbes Travel Guide said the Four Season's Georgetown restaurant's burger was number one on its top 10 list. Burger, Tap & Shake — the only other Washington, DC restaurant on the list — snagged the number six slot. Forbes praises Bourbon Steak's Chef Adam Sobel for creating "a refined burger menu that draws even bigwig politicos." Would you like some duck fat fries with your oak-fired prime steak burger, Senator? What is your favorite place for a burger in Georgetown? Tell us in the comments.