BOSTON (CBS) – It’s known as one of the premiere steakhouses in Boston. But here are ten things you might NOT know about Abe and Louie’s on Boylston Street in the Back Bay.
All of their steaks served are aged four to six weeks, always on the bone for maximum flavor.
The swordfish chop is considered Abe and Louie’s signature dish, drizzled with a ginger soy glaze.
The lunch menu offers filet mignon and fresh lobster clubs on brioche bread.
For Sunday brunch, you can order a lobster and shrimp omelette or a crab cake benedict.
The most expensive item on the dinner menu is the $84 Prime Porterhouse for Two.
But, you can add melted cheddar cheese to your steak for just two bucks more.
At their sister restaurant “Atlantic Fish Company” a few doors down, they might let you order from the Abe and Louie’s menu if you ask nicely.
The breadbasket is one of the biggest and best in Boston.
Their steak knives are so cool, they actually sell them.
There’s a second Abe and Louie’s restaurant located in Boca Raton, Florida.
For more food and fun, watch the Phantom Gourmet every Saturday and Sunday at 10:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. on myTV 38.