7.30.2008

And The Next Big Chef Staking A DC Claim Is...

Michael Mina.

Four Seasons.

Bourbon Steak.

Click.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

YAWN

Amanda said...

Careful - while you're yawning someone might stick another steakhouse in your mouth.

; )

Anonymous said...

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz...............

Bananas said...

Better get the corporate credit card ready. I'm sure it'll do well enough with the tourist and business traveler crowd, but let's face it, we really didn't need this restaurant.

JNo said...

I agree, a dissapointment and very expensive. I was looking at the menu and it does seem to have some variety but still.

chef4cook said...

Hope as I may that DC has what it takes to eventually become a dining destination like the big apple, with beefy obstacles like this popping up everywhere I just don't know.

Anonymous said...

Still good for the rep of the city even if I don't eat there.

solarmagneticdynamo said...

With so many restaurants that are dependent on big business lunches closing their doors lately (Restaurant K, Butterfield 9) and others in trouble (Luigino) why another one? And yet Good Stuff Eatery still has lines out the door. Take heed, potential DC chefs: Know they market!

bobgoatcheese said...

bfd. I agree with anonymous "Still good for the rep of the city" but four months after the restaurant opens, you'll be able to walk in at dinner and 60% of the tables will be open. There will be buzz, they'll peak the week before their review and the week after their review and then...oh God I am too bored to even finish this.