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Cowboy-Inspired Rural Society is Almost Here

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

Rural Society [Photos: Official]

July 3 looks to be the opening date for Rural Society, the Argentinian steakhouse from Philadelphia chef Jose Garces. The restaurant, located where The Federalist used to be in the Loews Madison Hotel at 1177 15th Street NW, is centered around the restaurant's wood-fired grill.

Dinner offerings will include Argentinian charcuterie, grass-fed Uruguayan rib-eye, jumbo
cardinal prawns, and a variety of grilled vegetables. There will also be Argentinian pizzas and some pasta dishes.

AvroKo is handling the restaurant's design, which is inspired by the South American cowboy. Imagery of horses, leather banquettes and wooden tables are among the accents. There are private dining rooms inspired by tack rooms. An outdoor terrace will come eventually.

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Rural Society

1177 15th St NW, Washington, D.C. 20005 202-587-2629

Rural Society

1177 15th St. Washington, DC