Double Barrel Steak by David Burke
The Preserve’s Main Dining Room
Considered a leading pioneer in American cooking, Burke has created a menu for Double Barrel Steak by David Burke that showcases modern American steakhouse-inspired cuisine. The menu features beef dry aged on-site via Burke’s Patent US 7,998,517 B2 Himalayan salt process. As a nod to Rhode Island’s “Ocean State” moniker, the restaurant will offer what Burke calls “ocean steaks,” including swordfish, halibut and tuna. The variety of entrées and resurrection of Burke’s famous swordfish chops – a global sensation when introduced at New York City’s Park Avenue Café in the early 1990’s – will dub Double Barrel Steak by David Burke a seafood restaurant and steakhouse. In homage to The Preserve’s outdoor experiences, game will also play a seasonal role on the menu.
The restaurant is located in the main clubhouse and offers a unique culinary experience for members and guests. The menu features a range of high-quality steaks, including Wagyu beef and dry-aged steaks, as well as a variety of other dishes such as seafood and pasta. The restaurant also offers an extensive selection of wines and cocktails to complement the menu and features a rustic yet elegant décor, with exposed brick walls, wooden beams, and leather accents. The addition of this restaurant is just one example of The Preserve’s commitment to providing exceptional dining experiences for its members and guests. With its focus on high-quality ingredients and innovative cuisine, the Double Barrel Steak by David Burke is sure to be a hit among foodies and steak enthusiasts alike.
Please note: The Clubhouse and Double Barrel Steak by David Burke require a resort casual dress code. Men must wear collared shirts and closed toe footwear. Flip Flops, sneakers, t-shirts, tank tops, sweatpants, yoga pants, sweatshirts, ripped jeans, shorts, bathing suits and cover-ups are not permitted in the Clubhouse.