Bond 45 - Oxon Hill
The family-owned Fireman Hospitality Group is a name familiar with New Yorkers for its iconic restaurants located in the heart of the Big Apple. You'll find the Redeye Grill and Trattoria Dell'Arte at Carnegie Hall, as well as Cafe Fiorello in Lincoln Center. In the world-renowned Theater District, there's Bond 45, an Italian-focused steakhouse that is so popular that the owners decided to open a second location on the Potomac on the National Harbor in Maryland.
The outpost is reminiscent of the original. It's not exactly a replica, but there are plenty of dark wood accents and leather to conjure up images of an old New York setting. It's an ideal place for diners to enjoy New York steaks, which are dry-aged 28 days, as well as their famous veal chop parmigiana, Porterhouse for two, handcrafted pastas, and daily selection of fresh local oysters.
Bond 45 is within walking distance to the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center. It also boasts five private dining rooms in which they can host private events ranging from eight to 250 guests.