Living in luxury is a lot more than just how nice your home is. Cars, recreation, and my personal favorite, food, are all extremely important considerations. Luckily, Ashburn has a wide selection of exemplary restaurants to choose from on any given night on the town!
With three locations in northern Virginia (Ashburn location is at the Broadlands Village Center at the corner of Broadlands and Clairborne) and two in Maryland, The All American Steakhouse has found a delightful niche – a family-friendly sports bar with a traditional steakhouse menu. The bar area boasted a whopping eleven projection screens, making it an ideal location for the guys to get together and watch the Nationals game. On the other hand, the main dining room contained another seven TVs split between Nickelodeon and ESPN so that everyone in the family has some entertainment during their meal.
From the moment I walked in, I was greeted with warm smiles and friendly faces. Even though I arrived towards the end of the dinner rush without calling ahead, I was immediately shown to a table. My server arrived after only a few moments and very much impressed me with not only his knowledge of the menu, but the specifics of each of the beers on tap and what to expect from each. I was also pleased to learn that The All American Steakhouse had several of the local Lost Rhino brews available, including the Face Plant IPA.
After only fifteen minutes, my steak was delivered. The medium-rare cut was exquisite—expertly seared on both sides while still very pink through the center. It had a light peppery seasoning on it, a touch that enhanced the steak’s inherent flavor without being overpowering, and was tender enough to virtually melt in your mouth.
Overall, The All American Steakhouse earns a 9/10. Extremely delicious food at affordable prices.