by May 23, 2013 at 9:00 am 0

From Rachel Nania. Check out her blog, Sear, Simmer & Stir. Follow Nania on Twitter @rnania, email her at rachel[AT]

Taylor Gourmet's D.C. locations will serve cheesesteaks next week.  (Luis Gomez photos).

Taylor Gourmet’s DC locations will serve cheesesteaks next week. (Luis Gomez photos).

If you haven’t made it out to H Street for Steak & Ice — or can’t make it as often as you would like — but love the guys from Taylor Gourmet, you’re in luck.

Taylor Gourmet is bringing Steak & Ice to four of its DC locations, for one day at each location, including the Dupont Circle location (1200 19th Street NW) and the 14th Street location (1908 14th Street NW).

Taylor Gourmet co-owner Casey Patten will be at each Taylor Gourmet location on its specific day, making each cheesesteak.

The Schedule

  • May 28: Penn Quarter (624 E Street NW)
  • May 29: DuPont Circle (1200 19th Street NW)
  • May 30: 14th Street (1908 14th Street NW)
  • May 31: City Vista (485 K Street NW)

The Details

  • Starting at 11 am, select Taylor Gourmet locations will serve up Steak & Ice’s Philly cheesesteak goodness.
  • There will only be 50 cheesesteaks per location, first come, first serve.
  • Menu options include the Original Ribeye Cheesesteak (or chicken breast)
    • Wit or Wit Out (with onions or without onions).
    • Choice of original whiz, house made white whiz, provolone or American cheese.
  • A small Italian water ice is free for each cheesesteak purchase.

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by August 24, 2009 at 6:27 am 1,624 0


A cheesesteak by sweater weather would be nice. (Photo: Luis Gomez, One Photograph A Day.)

Hope you enjoyed the weekend… yesterday was spectacular… Labor Day is just two weeks away.

Perhaps JJ’s will be open for cheesesteaks by the time it’s sweater weather. Luis took this photo yesterday of the location-to-be at 1939 14th Street NW, (just off U Street). There appears to be a bit of work left on the shop.

Not surprisingly, Wikipedia has an entry for cheesesteaks.


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