They say a taste of Wisconsin is coming to Washington.
Noble Chef Hospitality of Madison, Wisconsin is bringing their flagship brand, Rare Steakhouse, to the LiUNA Headquarters Building — located just blocks from the White House — later this Fall.
An upscale tavern on the first floor and a dining room on the second, Rare Steakhouse offers USDA Prime and dry-aged steaks sourced from a Chicago-based, family-owned company that has been in business for more than 50 years. Steaks — select cuts to include include: 22oz Bone-In Ribeye; 24oz Porterhouse; 24oz Tomahawk Chop; 18oz Jack’s Kansas City Strip and the 28oz Double Bone-In Filet/Signature Cut — will be seared in a custom-built 1,800-degree Montague infrared broiler.
DC diners will also enjoy many Wisconsin-sourced specialty items on the menu including Strauss Family Farms’ free-range veal and grass-fed beef; cheeses from the 100-year-old Carr Valley Cheese Company; world famous Nueske’s smoked bacon from Wittenberg, Wisconsin and sodas from Sprecher Brewing, made in Wisconsin with local honey.
Rare Steakhouse’s wine list highlights all major wine-growing regions such as California, Italy, Argentina, Chile and France, featuring over 1,000 wines by the bottle and more than 30 by the glass.
Build out of the restaurant is expected to begin in the Spring of 2017 with a late Summer opening planned.