inside 915 F Street, NW courtesy SUCCOTASH Prime
From a press release:
“A progressive perspective of classic Southern favorites. James Beard Award winner, Chef Edward Lee, brings his Korean roots and Southern repertoire to a soulful Southern Steakhouse menu.
SUCCOTASH Prime is the next evolution of the culinary hit, Succotash, which debuted in 2015 in National Harbor and 2017 in Penn Quarter. Prime celebrates the long-awaited reopening, while calling out the highly anticipated additions that take the traditional Succotash to the next level.
Menu Description – What is new:
Chef Edward Lee is maintaining the classic Succotash favorites like the Nashville Hot Fried Oysters and Dirty Fried Chicken, but enhancing the menu by combining the classics with a Southern steak house selection with an Asian twist. Premiere proteins will make their way on the menu featuring smoked steaks ranging from petite filet mignon to bone-in smoked beef short rib and 42 oz Tomahawks. The addition of smoked steaks creates a unique and immensely flavorful meat option that enhances the flavor and keeps the meat exceptionally juicy. New lighter selections include a wider variety of fish and vegetarian options such as Kung Pow Salmon, Grilled Eggplant Steak and Vegetarian Burgers.
Check out the menus:
Tasked with repurposing Washington, DC’s historic Equitable Bank Building and transforming it into an upscale restaurant, //3877 and KNEAD Hospitality + Design teamed up to deliver an elegant, traditionally-inspired culinary and design destination in the heart of DC in 2017.
Originally built in 1911, the Equitable Bank Building is one of only fifteen buildings in the District with both a landmarked interior and exterior. The team worked to refresh the interior and exterior of the building, bringing its original design elements back to life. Greeting guests with opulence and grandeur, the main dining room is defined by its soaring 50′ vaulted glass atrium and its carefully considered detail work.
The newly reopened SUCCOTASH Prime boasts the same grandeur with design updates, including enhanced greenery, updated finishes, and hand painted murals.
Additional New Feature:
Live music by “Sara & Austin Jazz Duo” will take place three days a week on Friday, Sunday and Mondays from 6-9PM, starting on opening day.
Opening Date: August 30, 2021 (dinner only)
Weekend Brunch will launch 9/11 and 9/12
Lunch at at Later Date
Hours of Operation: Hours of operation subject to change
MONDAY – FRIDAY 4PM – 10PM
SATURDAY 11AM- 10PM
SUNDAY 10AM- 10PM
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