Annie's Paramount Steak House has been serving up steaks and other American-style food for decades. There's nothing fancy about it. The food is basic fare -- tasty but nothing special. For special, go to Ruth's Chris Steak House or Morton's. Still, it's hard to find a good, basic steak and potatoes dinner in this neighborhood and Annie's fills that niche. They are open late and serve breakfast into the wee hours, so that's when you'll find me and a lot of other people dropping in. The gay community has been patronizing Annie's since it opened and the bar/restaurant has been loyal and supportive in return. There's a vibe here that is part "had a little too much to drink" and part "the party's not over yet". Try it.
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Ruth's Chris' Steak Houses, born and bred in New Orleans and now scattered around the country, have a limited menu -- pretty much steak and lobster. But if you can be satisfied with steak or lobster, you'd be well advised to give Ruth's Chris a try. The steaks, especially, are mouth-wateringly good. Thick, juicy cuts of the finest aged beef done to order and to perfection. The sides are surprisingly good as well. And the waitstaff is knowledgeable and efficient. Get a window seat to watch the pedestrians ramble by, or choose a more isolated table for a romantic dining experience. The bartender puts out some nice libations, too.
Nothing but wonderful things to say about this place! We have our company parties here every year and the waitstaff is always attentive. The food is excellent too! My favorite is the prime rib and most of the employees get the filet mignon. And the valet parking is great which is perfect since we're car people! My Audi has never gotten a scratch and the bill is always discounted
A short walk from the metro. Awsome steaks and service. Exceptional veggie sides. Unique atmosphere. Stacks of wine cases adorn the isles. Mouth watering steaks. Absolutely worth the trip. The Capital Grille is my favorite, but I give Sam & Harry's a 5 stars too. 5 visits, 5 great meals. Highly recommend this place!
Restaurant ranges from loud to very loud. If you are into high energy, this is the spot. A Washington Classic with cool caricatures on the wall. A bit pricey, nice wine list, menu is standard steakhouse with great salads and sides. Cool and snobby in a 'who's your daddy?' kind of way.
Ruth Chris' has excellent steaks. TI think they are cooked in butter, which makes it all the more scrumptious. It's a great meal, great service, and a great atmosphere. I would highly recommend it.
1st class dining here, often has 3 piece band with baby grand piano. Jackets & ties required. ( I never dine in DC without). Exceptional beef and service. A memorable dining experience.