• Charlie Palmer Steak
  • Charlie Palmer Steak
  • Charlie Palmer Steak
  • Charlie Palmer Steak
  • Charlie Palmer Steak

Charlie Palmer Steak

101 Constitution Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20001


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Located in the United Brotherhood of Carpenters headquarters off the wide, open expanse of the National Mall, Charlie Palmer Steak DC is dedicated to another fine master craft: big, bold American food. Under the direction of Executive Chef Matt Hill, the menu stars the best American artisan beef cuts like an aged Angus Rib-eye "Cowboy" steak as well as updated seafood classics such as the Iced Shellfish Platter of lobster, shrimp, king crab, and oysters. Underscoring the patriotic menu, Palmer's innovative wine cube—which appears to be floating on water—features 3,500 bottles of exclusively American wine featuring over 600 selections.

Charlie Palmer Steak DC moves the political power meetings out of the back room and into private dining spaces, sleek enclaves of dark wood where gathering around the table gets things done in the best possible way. In addition, the rooftop terrace, which can accommodate 400 guests, possesses the city's most impressive view of the Capitol.


101 Constitution Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20001

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Monday - Friday
11:30am to 2:30pm
Monday - Friday
5:30pm to 10:00pm
5:00pm to 10:30pm
Closed Sunday
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Extensive Wine Menu
Seasonal Menus
Terrace/Patio Dining
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Banquet Facilities
Full Service Catering
Private Parties
Private Rooms
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American Express
Master Card
Diners Club Card

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Executive Chef Matt Hill

Executive Chef Matt Hill worked at Aureole New York before becoming chef at Charlie Palmer Steak in Reno where he balanced classic steakhouse fare with imaginative styles of surf and turf. Building upon that success, Palmer asked the CIA grad and North Carolina native to do his patriotic duty and take over the kitchen in Washington, DC.

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