If youíve ever been to Boston you know itís a city thatís not lacking in the dining department. From the hotdogs in Fenway Park to fine New England fare, Boston is a city that loves its food. However, if itís a nice cut of steak youíre after, Boston does that quite well too. This cityís restaurants offer not only some of the best cuts of meat around, but feature well-rounded menus that include outstanding New England culinary traditions as well as spirited wine and cocktail pairings. Take a look below to learn about some of our favorite Bostonian steakhouses.
Considered Bostonís ďmost historicĒ dining establishment, Durgin-Park is a lively and entertaining restaurant located in the iconic Faneuil Hall. Checkered-table clothes and communal dining tables make the experience a group affair and the restaurant is famous for its craft beer selection, Indian pudding, and massive cuts of prime rib. Next time youíre in Boston make sure to fit in time for a meal and some live entertainment at Durgin-Park.
Co-created by former professional football players, Fred Smerlas and Steve DeOssie, Fred & Steveís was opened inside a small casino in 2007, just a little less than hour outside Boston. While there are a variety of options on the menu, Fred & Steveís is a joint thatís known for steak. Whether itís the bone-in double cut prime rib, or a marbled New York sirloin paired with lobster mac and cheese, these plates do not disappoint.
Whether dining for lunch or dinner, Del Friscoís features a delicious menu with a full range of fresh seafood, regional soups, and richly seasoned steaks and chops. The dinner menu boasts, amongst a savory selection of filet mignon, bone-in prime rib, and veal porterhouse, the Wagyu ďLongboneĒ Ė a 32 oz. ribeye that is not to be missed. The restaurant also recently launched a new lunch menu, including a ďBusiness LunchĒ option with a choice of starter and entrťe. Start off with a chilled shrimp cocktail before noshing on filet medallions or prime ribeye Milanese.
Situated in Bostonís historic Old City Hall building, Ruthís Chris offers every steak on the menu with the option of being served bone-in or off the bone. In addition to its nearly unparalleled selection of steaks, diners can enjoy Maine lobster, New Orleans style barbecued shrimp, and lamp chops. The Boston location has also recently welcomed the addition of the talented Dominican-born Chef Andy Ortiz, who has been passionately enhancing the restaurantís menu.