Beefsteak Offers Business Travelers Healthy and Fresh Casual Dining

Beefsteak Offers Business Travelers Healthy and Fresh Casual Dining

Beefsteak’s unique dining experience takes healthy grab-and-go to a new level. The fast-casual restaurant chain was created by renowned chef José Andrés, and his creative “fast good” menu puts the focus on vegetables.

When you dine at Beefsteak you have the choice to build your own bowl or choose a chef-inspired combination.  Diners customize their bowl, selecting grains or greens, a freshly made dressing, fresh, cooked-to-order vegetables, protein, and toppings that range from kimchi to sesame seeds. The menu also offers veggie sandwiches and soup.

The Beefsteak Sandwich. Photo Credit: Beefsteak

Since everything on the Beefsteak menu is healthy, it would be redundant of me to recommend healthy items. The most popular choice at Beefsteak is the “Build Your Own Bowl” option. Featuring a beefsteak tomato, the Beefsteak sandwich is another popular choice. The Kimchi-wa bowl is a chef-inspired bowl that brings together a variety of flavors for a surprisingly delicious combination. It is also worth mentioning the dressing at Beefsteak is made in-house, using minimal ingredients.

The Kimchi-wa bowl. Photo credit: Beefsteak

Beefsteak serves vegetables that are carefully sourced. The automated cooking process perfectly prepares every vegetable every time.

The Beefsteak app makes grabbing a quick lunch even easier. Download the Beefsteak app prior to dining to order online and even pay with your phone. Prefer to pick up your order to go? Beefsteak’s carry-out boxes travel well and are designed to keep your food hot. Even better, the carry-out boxes are made from compostable materials.

Due to the nature of the menu, Beefsteak has many vegan and gluten-free choices. In fact, the majority of the menu is vegan and gluten-free. There are only four items on the menu with gluten! Beefsteak is in the process of having all the items on the menu analyzed, so expect to see the nutritional information available in the near future.

Another interesting fact that sets Beefsteak apart from most restaurants is that Beefsteak generates no trash. Everything at Beefsteak is composted or recycled.

Beefsteak currently has five locations across Washington DC, Maryland, and Philadelphia. All locations are conveniently located near Metro stops, so the restaurant is easy to get to.

Beefsteak is a great choice for a business lunch or dinner. In addition to the fresh food, the informal environment is perfect for a quick, casual lunch break. In the evenings, Beefsteak serves beer, wine, and sangria.

Beefsteak understands how smart business travelers are, which is why they have partnered with Dinova to reach corporate travelers. Beefsteak believes business travelers are a demographic that fits well with their concept of healthy, high-quality food.

This article was written in partnership with Dinova. Dinova is an innovative, proprietary marketplace connecting business diners to restaurants nationwide. Dinova offers companies the unique opportunity to manage the business dining spend portion of T&E through its 14,000+ restaurant network across the U.S. Participating companies range from Fortune 500 enterprises to small to medium sized businesses.”


Business Travel Life

Business Travel Life is an online resource supporting the road warrior lifestyle. We give business travelers the tools they need to maintain their wellness and productivity when traveling. The topics we cover include business travel tips, travel workouts, healthy travel hacks, travel products, general travel tips, and industry trends. Our goal is to make business travel a healthier experience – and to make healthy travel practices more accessible to all road warriors.

Kristina Portillo, CPT, MS

Kristina is the founder of Business Travel Life. Her love of fitness and travel unified to create a resource for business travelers and road warriors who want to take a healthier approach to business travel. She has traveled for business on and off for the past eight years. Kristina received a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership from Colorado State University and received her Bachelors of Arts in Business Marketing from Chaminade University of Honolulu.

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