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J&G Steakhouse closing June 23 at the W Hotel, New Restaurant Coming Later this Summer

by Prince Of Petworth June 4, 2014 at 12:25 pm 8 Comments

515 15th Street, NW

From a press release:

“W Washington DC hotel announces the appointment of Richard Wiggins as Executive Chef for the hotel.

Chef Wiggins comes to W with over 15 years of hospitality leadership experience. He has worked with Starwood Hotels and Resorts since 2006, most recently as the Director of Food & Beverage for the Westin St. John Resort & Villas.

He will oversee the culinary and operations teams for all food and beverage spaces within the hotel including POV Rooftop Lounge and Terrace, the Living Room, all banquet, event and wedding spaces including the Altitude Ballroom and The Great Room, in-room dining, and the hotel’s restaurant, which will transition into a new concept this summer.

Culinary Concepts Hospitality Group and W Washington D.C. have ended their 5-year contract; the last day of operations for J&G Steakhouse will be Monday, June 23. The new restaurant concept will open later this summer. For hotel guests, breakfast, lunch and dinner will continue to be available in the hotel.

“I’m thrilled to join the team at W Washington DC,” said Mr. Wiggins. “This is an incredibly exciting time at the hotel—we have many exciting changes in store and we’re looking forward to introducing those changes soon.”

  • Anonymous

    Cue the small plates menu

    • Anonymous

      With locally sourced everything and artisanal breads!

  • Anonymous

    I had dinner there once and brunch once shortly after it opened, and both were outstanding. Never made it back, though. If I remember correctly, it was very expensive.

  • lovessoldier

    BOOOO!!!~ If you make it try the chicken sandwich with goat cheese and fig or the tuna burger or the steak. See how sad I am….

  • Anon

    J&G was a lovely space, but I don’t remember anything being much of a standout. At those prices, I expect to be really impressed by the food, and I was not.

  • Manamana

    And Mrs. a-Wiggins will be waiting tables.

  • Huh

    How in gods name at those prices can a place not stay in business. I mean, for gods sake, they only had to sell one steak a day to pay the bills!

    Having said that, the food was damn fine, so if they can’t make it, who can?

  • had a FANTASTIC birthday dinner there once, but too expensive to go regularly. Sad to see it go.


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