In Spanish, Del Campo means "from the countryside". In DC-ish, it means "a beautiful Penn Quarter tribute to Argentinian grilled meats, all served in an elegantly rustic space outfitted with smoked-oak floors, leather sling-back barstools, and hand-woven table runners. You should go get some wagyu sirloin there right now". Loosely translated
Photos by Greg Powers
Using a wood-fired grill is one way to cook a steak, and at Del Campo, that smoke helps add another level of flavor to the meat. This upscale Argentinian restaurant in Chinatown is a beautiful tribute to Argentinian grilled meats, all served in an elegantly rustic space outfitted with oak wood floors and leather sling-back barstools- perfect for enjoying the 48oz ribeye on the menu.