Courtney is behind the bar today and serving our special burger that is stuffed with fresh mozzarella and has local roasted red peppers and balsamic glaze! Don't forget to ask about our great drink specials!
"The best of both worlds"
The great thing about a Porterhouse is that it’s like two steaks in one.
The larger portion is strip steak, lean yet tender and flavorful, with a substantial “bite” that earns its reputation as the most perfect steakhouse menu item.
The smaller portion on the other side of the T-shaped bone is a tenderloin steak. Melt-in-your-mouth tender, with a mild flavor, this succulent steak provides the perfect contrast. It’s literally the best of both worlds in the steak universe. It even kind of looks like a heart shape. And, it has to be said, there’s something pretty enjoyable about sharing one plate.
"To be or not to be a Porterhouse"
All Porterhouse are T-bones but not all T-bones are Porterhouses... are you with me?
A tenderloin section that is at least 1.25 inches (3,17 cm) across at its widest point qualifies for a porterhouse. Anything between 1.24 inches (3,16 cm) and 0.51 inches (1,29 cm) makes the steak a T-bone. Anything less than 0.5 inches (1,28 cm) is bone-in strip steak (Club Steak).
The Cast iron skillet is from @skeppshult and can be bought at www.menigo.se or www.skeppshult.com.
#creekstonefarms flank steak @ Equinox DC. Great little restaurant next to Farragut North. Owner Ellen was super knowledgeable about Creekstone and immediately asked if I was looking for halal. They serve only creekstone steaks and they vary their cut on a weekly basis. Steak was simply seasoned and tender. A few fatty pieces but otherwise well cut. Crispy potato circles were a nice touch. Polenta was a bit mushy for my taste. Overall- not a bad option if in the area. Service was impeccable. 8 out of 10. #steak#food#dcfood#dcrestaurants#meat#foodlover#lunch#halal