Top 4 Boston Steakhouses

Sometimes a light salad is superb. Other times, there’s nothing better than sinking your teeth into a Jurassic-sized steak. When your taste buds crave the latter, it’s time to make a reservation at one of the best Boston steakhouses.

Abe & Louie’s | Back Bay

Boston is peppered with amazing restaurants, but few rival this classic American steakhouse located on bustling Boylston Street in Boston Back Bay. Start with a Jumbo Lump Crab Cake served with fresh fruit salsa, then feed your inner carnivore with a skillet-blackened Filet Mignon. Abe & Louie’s also features an impressive wine list and cocktail menu.

Mooo Restaurant | Beacon Hill

Don’t let the kitschy name fool you. Mooo is an elegant eatery with a sophisticated menu. You get much more than a slab of meat accompanied by a bland baked potato here. Entrees include Prime Dry Aged Ribeye and Japanese A5 Wagyu Sirloin. Sides such as Cauliflower Gratin, Maine Lobster Mac and Cheese, an Exotic Mushroom Mix and Truffled Parmesan Fries pair harmoniously with the main courses thanks to the creative culinary skills of Jamie Mammano, the owner and chef.

Boston Chops | South End

Located on Washington Street, this trendy urban steakhouse is a must. Everything here is hip—from the décor to the wait staff. Chef Chris Coombs serves up classic cuts of flat irons and NY strips, but he’s also created an intriguing menu with “Rarely Celebrated” foods such as Roasted Bone Marrow and Grilled Herb Marinated Heart. Whether you order something safe or something a little more daring, you won’t be disappointed.

Del Frisco’s | Seaport

The view from the waterfront patio is almost as spectacular as the cuisine served at Del Frisco’s. In addition to grilled-to-perfection steaks, the chic eatery also boasts a wine list with more than 1,200 selections. A sleek, circular bar and an amazing art collection are the icing on the cake.

We want to hear from you! What are your favorite Boston steakhouses? What do you order when you dine there?

Amy Johnson

is UDR’s budding social media guru, and has been instrumental in constructing the brand’s content strategy. After graduating from University of Colorado- Boulder, she started working for UDR as a marketing intern. When she isn’t perusing the web for the perfect pins and Facebook posts, she can be found hiking somewhere with her dog Rory.

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