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About Abe and Louie's Boston
Abe & Louie's represents the ultimate in classic American steakhouses, while still maintaining local charm and appeal. Our philosophy focuses on the finest quality food and service; this emphasis on quality is showcased in our décor and atmosphere. The Abe & Louie's commitment to quality is best represented in our signature prime steaks that are selected from the finest corn-fed, local and Midwestern beef. All the steaks served are aged 6 weeks on the bone to ensure the most flavorful and juicy steaks. Guests will marvel at our menu's emphasis on our fresh seafood and produce. The lump crab cake and swordfish chop are signature dishes, outstanding in their own right, in addition to the exclusive bone-in filet mignon and other fine steaks and chops. Our high-quality cuisine is paired with an award-winning wine list featuring a selection of over 200 wines from the best regions in the world.
Boston, MA 02116
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday 11:30 am - 4:00 pm
Dinner: Sunday - Thursday 4:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Friday - Saturday 4:00 pm - 12:00 am
Brunch: Saturday - Sunday 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
There is valet parking available after 5pm daily. In addition there is metered street parking and the Prudential Parking Garage is located across the street.
Two blocks from the Copley "T" stop.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wine
We offer private and semi private group dining space for 10 to 125 guests at Abe & Louie's
Abe and Louie's Boston Ratings and Reviews
There are not many choices for late nite dinner in Boston. We have always frequented Abe and Louie's earlier hours but we're happy to catch a 930 meal. Overall a feeling of your our last service so not as much attention as usual. Food was very good Delmonico and Lobster were 2 of 3 choices. A filet ordered came rare but took so long to get help didn't return. Disappointed but know we will still be back
Abe & Louie's is good, but I think it is very overrated. My steak was fine but it was nothing special, I had very high expectations since it is constantly names as the best steakhouse in Boston. I will say the side dishes I had (creamed spinach & potatoes au gratin) were top notch and I think they stole the show. Overall - solid meal, but the steak was average.
We had a wonderful dining experience. The food and atmosphere was exceptional! I'm confident to say I had the best steak of my life at Abe and Louie's. To top it off our waiter Chris was extremely genuine giving us the best dining experience while visiting Boston.
Amos our waiter was attentive and made great suggestions. This was a first visit for us and we will be back. The place was fun and food delicious! The filet was fork friendly. No knife needed. Two sides perfect for two and we tried the hash browns and green bean with shallots. We were there for Anniversary and dessert was complimentary. Amazing find!
I read about Abe and Louie's in an article about the best steak houses in each state so I wanted to give it a try for an anniversary dinner. Their reputation is well deserved! The grass fed filet was the best I've ever eaten, so tender you could cut it with a butter knife and absolutely delicious. The side portions are quite large. We shared 2 sides for 2 people and couldn't finish them. From the wine to dessert, everything was perfect. I would recommend Abe and Louie's to anyone looking for a great fine dinning experience. I can't wait to return!
Went to Abe & Louie's on Boylston for a farewell dinner with my daughter who had been visiting from the UK for the past month. We had an enjoyable evening though it was one, right from the outset, I knew was going to cost an arm and a leg. The service was attentive and efficient, the food tasty enough with very generous portions indeed - we both struggled to finish our main courses - and the bill with tip was $250. That's my abiding memory, that this is a place for a corporate lunch or dinner and not for working people paying out of their own pocket. The food - for starter my daughter had bacon (four thick strips of well cooked streaky) with blue cheese, whole grain mustard and tomato relish; I had six lovely oysters - for main course (why do they say entrees in America?) I had an aged New York strip sirloin which came up medium instead of medium rare. It was pleasant enough but I've had better in Boston, at Towne, Mooo and at Smith & Wollensky. My daughter had a risotto with large seared scallops and jumbo shrimps. Looked great though I thought the risotto a little sweet and it reminded me a little of the rice pudding of my childhood. which got me wondering whether they had actually used arborio or carnaroli rice. The mashed potatoes and sautéed spinach and mushroom side dishes were both superb, almost my favourite piece of the meal. All in all very nice food and wine but overpriced in my opinion.
The inside of the restaurant is historic and charming. Some of the tables are very close to eachother and it feels a bit like you are dining with your neighbors at the next table. I would probably request a more private table next time. Wood fired bacon was very tasty, lobster was good, ceasar salad didn't have enough flavor for me, too bland, and the cheesecake was very good, especially the graham cracker crust. The service was excellent and everyone was very friendly and welcoming. I would go back, but would try something new off the menu.
On vacation, we try to go to a local steakhouse in every city we visit and Abe and Louie's fit the criteria. It was fantastic!! My wife had halibut and I had surf and turf (bone in ribeye with lobster Savannah). I can't recommend the lobster Savannah high enough. You will not regret it. The Brussels sprouts were outstanding and very good au gratin potatoes. For desert the butterscotch bread pudding and the chocolate cake were fantastic. This place is kind of loud, lot going on, but it's not so much you can't enjoy it. Great menu with many choices and fantastic service. I really have no complaints and highly recommend it!
Completely enjoyed our evening. My wife and I went there for our anniversary and were treated so well. I had the blackened halibut special and it was amazing. Really appreciated the service and attention to detail from everyone. Will definitely go there again and I highly recommend it.
I ordered a hamburger on a bun and it came on Texas toast. Asked for ketchup and they needed to go the kitchen to get a little cup of it. However, all other condiments are available at the bar in glass bottles. Makes no sense.
The bartender was in slow motion.
I miss Charlie Sarkis.
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