Take Dad to These Washington DC Steakhouses This Father’s Day

BY Blog Editor

Usually, Dad spends Father’s Day entertaining over the grill, cooking up steaks, burgers and hot dogs for the whole family. But this year, let someone else do the work and take him to one of the steakhouses near our Wray apartments.

Whether he likes his steak still mooing or he prefers it to give new meaning to the phrase “well done,” these steakhouses are the experts when it comes to food, service and hospitality. Make your reservation now and treat Dad to a meal he won’t forget on June 20!

Morton’s The Steakhouse, located at 1050 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC which is seven minutes from your Wray apartment, is an upscale chain for aged prime beef, seafood and other traditional steakhouse fare in a clubby space.

Since day one, Morton’s has used the same suppliers for their aged prime beef and other meat. The suppliers select the best of their inventory for Morton’s – and if it doesn’t meet Morton’s standards, it doesn’t get cut for their steaks. They also offer fresh, succulent seafood on the menu as well.

Rare Steakhouse and Tavern, located at 1595 I St NW, Washington, DC which is eight minutes from your Wray apartment, serves steaks and seafood in a formal dining room. It also has a basement tavern for burgers, bratwurst and beer.

Rare Steakhouse and Tavern is a one-of-a-kind fine dining concept that brings together the best qualities of world-class dining venues with USDA Prime, dry-aged steaks, exquisite wines and first-class service bolstered with Midwestern charm. The first Rare Steakhouse opened in Wisconsin in 2014 with a goal of recreating the nostalgia and romance of the classic steakhouse – where eating out was meant to be an experience.

Morton’s The Steakhouse

1050 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036

(202) 955-5997

Rare Steakhouse and Tavern

1595 I St NW, Washington, DC 20005

(202) 800-9994

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