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Rare Steakhouse posts liquor license placard at 16th and I St, NW

by Prince Of Petworth — March 22, 2017 at 10:05 pm 7 Comments

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1595 I Street, NW

Rare Steakhouse is the steakhouse based in Madison, Wisconsin. The placard says:

“An upscale restaurant that will serve steaks, seafood, sides, and alcoholic beverages. The restaurant is requesting to have a Sidewalk Café, Summer Garden, and Live Entertainment. Total Occupancy Load is 445 seats. Sidewalk Café total occupancy is 20 seats and Summer Garden total occupancy is 160 seats.”

You can see their menu here. Updates as they get closer to opening.

In sight of the newly opened Mirabelle on the other side of 16th Street:

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  • Michael Pierce

    Oh, cool. Downtown finally has a steakhouse.

    • rss

      +1 lol

  • abner_eyewink

    Still no cheese curds. 🙁

    Points for the Nueske’s bacon, however, which is the finest export of Wittenberg, Wisconsin.

    • dcd

      Just curious, what exports of Wittenberg did the bacon beat out for this honor? Obesity, cardiac events and Trump supporters?

  • lmfb

    I know that the name refers to the cook of meat, but there is something funny about calling a steakhouse in DC “rare.”

  • jumpingjack

    This is a half block from BLT Steak. Isn’t there a limit for the market demand for $60 steaks?

  • Kenneth Hunter

    That makes three steak restaurants within 500 ft of each other. Some imagination please.

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