On Sept. 23, the beautiful people today ended up back in the cafe and on the patio, front and again, at the 4 Seasons Lodge on Pennsylvania Avenue in Georgetown Bourbon Steak reopened Wednesday just after closing on Aug. 15 due to a fireplace.
“The prolonged patio presents ample area to bodily length in a gorgeous location within just the city though lingering above handcrafted cocktails and famous steaks,” remarked a Four Seasons spokesperson.
Chef Sébastien Giannini continues to be the executive chef for the lodge, overseeing Bourbon Steak. His pop-up, Eno Azur, came to a close this earlier weekend. Eno Wine Bar is now temporarily shut.
The restaurant also introduced the the latest appointment of Jose Gonzalez as Bourbon Steak’s typical manager.
“A genuine leader in the marketplace whose popularity has built lasting impressions with his group, Gonzalez delivers extra than a decade of expertise to the house. Gonzalez’s a must have practical experience and insights commenced in D.C. as a manager in teaching, opening Bourbon Steak in 2008. Considering the fact that then, he has confirmed his impression in a range of leadership roles at Mina Team properties in Baltimore, Jackson Hole and most recently Chicago, the place he served as common manager for Margeaux Brasserie & Petit Margeaux,” the firm explained to The Georgetowner.
“It’s been amazing to see Jose’s development with Four Seasons and Mina Team, and we look ahead to welcoming him and his family back to our nation’s funds,” said 4 Seasons Lodge Supervisor Jason de Vries. “He’s a restaurateur and a correct hospitality chief that embodies the place.”
The Bourbon Steak group says it is “excited to welcome back attendees to indulge in Mina classics this kind of as the famed lobster pot pie and ahi tuna tartare. And of class, the duck fats fries, truffle bread and the latest steak on the menu, the Australian wagyu filet with its depth of taste and soften-in-your-mouth texture. Then, end on a sweet be aware with Mina’s signature tiramisu.”