|Classic Manhattan at Wildfire Tysons|
Most of us in the DMV have watched in awe as condos, offices, hotels and even a metro station have risen up from the ground in Tysons Corner, VA. Tysons has always been a shopping destination but now the area is reinventing itself as a destination for DC area diners.
A great example of the melding of two of my favorite things (shopping and dining) is Wildfire, a 1940s themed steak and seafood restaurant located within the designer-lined walls of Tysons Galleria. With locations in Illinois, Minnesota and McLean, VA, Wildfire sets the mood with deep leather banquets and jazz music but has all the comforts of modern day.
|#Grapefruit Martini with Grapefruit Bacardi Rum, St. Germain, Cranberry Juice, and Fresh Lime|
|Applewood Smoked Bacon-Wrapped Sea Scallop Skewers Appetizer|
Wildfire prides itself on it's chops and steaks. With any kind of cut you could want, as well as an array of crusts for steaks, there's something for every steak lover.
|Medium Rare Strip Steak with a Mashed Potato Side|
|Parmesan Crusted Alaskan Cod with Green Beans and Tomato Jam; Potatoes Au Gratin side|
|Baked Cookie Skillet Topped with Ice Cream, Whipped Cream and Chocolate Garnish|
To learn more about Wildfire and see their full menu go to WildfireRestaurant.com.