This is another Boston institution that you might take for granted—at least until the next sirloin craving hits. Abe & Louie’s understands the allure of the classic chophouse and delivers on every level: red banquette booths, dark wood paneling, and prime Midwestern steaks aged at least 30 days on the bone. Each cut comes accompanied by throwback sides like creamed spinach and a massive baked potato; you can choose between wood-fired or skillet-blackened. And pescatarians, take heed: the swordfish steak is actually considered one of the city’s finest dishes.
|Venue name:||Abe and Louie's Boston||Contact:|
793 Boylston Street
|Cross street:||between Fairfield and Exeter Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fr 11:30am-11pm; Fri, Sat 11am-Midnight|