And while Boston isn’t necessarily known for the greatest steaks in the world, that doesn’t mean you can’t find some good ones around the city. Here are a handful of great steakhouses in Boston that are guaranteed to please.
Abe & Louie's
The upscale steak house in Back Bay ages all of its steaks for about a month to make sure they’re juicy, tender, and packed with flavor. The service is like you’d expect for a fancy steak house – impeccable.
Another great local institution with (you guessed it) all-natural, dry-aged beef. They’ve been in business for 25 years and have been able to withstand the test of time.
The Bigger Chain(s):
Capital Grill (Boston)
Tango is an Argentinean restaurant in Arlington, just outside of the city. Argentinean steak, you ask? When we referred to America’s love affair with beef, we meant ALL of America — including South America. The rolling grassy plains in Argentina actually make for perfect cattle grazing. With that said, it should probably come as less of a surprise that Argentinians know how to grill. Tango has plenty to offer in terms of traditional and unique Argentinean cuisine, but it also knows how to do steak. The skirtsteak, the churrasco, and the bistek, or flank steak, are some of their most popular cuts.
The Holy Grail:
o ya – The name pretty much sums it up. The restaurant features an Aragawa-Style 8 oz steak for a whopping $190. O Ya’s steaks are not for novice taste buds. We’re talking about some of the fattiest, juiciest, most mouth-watering steak your palate could ever imagine.
And for those who are wondering, Aragawa is a Tokyo-based restaurant on the list of most expensive restaurants in the world – and it charges about double that price for one of its steaks.