The 10 Best Steakhouses in Massachusetts!
Whether you like yours rare, or well done with onions and peppers on top, there’s nothing quite like a delicious, juicy steak. For the perfect cut of meat cooked to your liking, check out these 10 great steakhouses in the Bay State!
Indulge in a classic steak with your choice of many side orders at Abe & Louie’s. Their cocktails and lengthy wine list make for the perfect accompaniments.
An upscale restaurant chain, Ruth’s Chris Steak House is located in the Old City Hall building in Boston. Known for their delectable butter topped beef, you’re in for a treat—and you’re going to pay for it, too—at this restaurant. It is worth every penny your pay, however.
Served in an elegant setting, the steaks at One Eleven Chop House are sublime. Their filet mignon comes from a farm in Vermont, and is all natural. Enjoy it with their expansive wine selection.
Serving the finest cuts of meat on the North Shore, Pellana’s Prime Porterhouse is a hearty 28-ounce steak, served tender and juicy and cooked to order. Their wine list and beautiful setting makes eating here an event.
Although Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar is part of a chain, it’s not the kind of chain most people are used to dining in. Instead you’ll find one of a kind service and food that feels akin to that of a privately-owned restaurant. Fleming’s has thick cuts of aged prime beef cooked to your liking. Their side orders and desserts are delicious, too.
A traditional steakhouse known for their longevity in Brighton, the Stockyard Restaurant serves up hearty steaks with classic, ample side orders. Enjoy a drink at the horseshoe bar before you’re seated for dinner.
You really must try the Beef Wellington at Sofia Italian Steakhouse. If that’s not your thing, the Filet Mignon is so tender you don’t even need a steak knife. Save some room for the fabulous desserts served here.
Located inside Andover’s Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, 189 Prime impresses nightly with its hearty ribeye steaks and its tender filet mignon. Serving each night until 10 p.m., you can enjoy that steak at dinner time or significantly later, all while counting on the exemplary service this hotel restaurant affords its customers.
Try the Ribeye Off the Bone at 350 Grill, and you’ll think you’ve died and gone to steak heaven. Succulent cuts of beef served just the way you order them are hearty and delicious. Be sure to try their Tuscan roasted potatoes as one of your sides.
10. Alta, Lenox, MA
Although not technically a steakhouse, the steaks at Alta are rated right up there with those served at the best steakhouses. Their seared tenderloin brings guests in again and again.