About this project
Address: 901 North Saint Asaph Street, Alexandria, VA, 22314
Seat Count, Indoor: 110
Seating Count, Private Dining Room: 30
Seat Count, Outdoor: 36
Photographer: Rey Lopez
Designed in partnership with architecture and interior design firm //3877 and David Thomspon Architect, Oak Steakhouse embodies the best in contemporary rustic aesthetics spread across a thoughtfully drawn dining room and bar. Outfitted in reclaimed wood and exposed brick, the steakhouse imbues an effortless warmth that is only further enhanced by a custom-built wine wall, banquettes, and burgundy leather seats finished with elegantly exposed nailhead trim. Candelabras are posted across the space’s high ceilings, illuminating the central dining room and emphasizing the design team’s goal of creating an elevated yet approachable atmosphere.
Perhaps the coziest space within the dining room’s floor plan, the rear quarter provides guests a live look into the kitchen. Dressed in rich wood paneling and pewter tile at the kitchen’s window, the design is an achievement in sophistication. In contrast, dining space located on the room’s dividing wall, features a style reminiscent of a collegiate library, made complete with iron base tables, candelabras, and rough sawn wood beams. Natural light floods the space, along with the steakhouse’s bar, located near the entrance creating a connection between guests and the neighborhood. Similarly, an outdoor patio is available seasonally, offering seating to thirty-six guests.