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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
Nothing was less than perfect ! First time dining here and highly recommended. The steaks, seafood and au gratin potatoes, sublime. Chocolate cake with ice cream adorned with a celebratory candle topped off the evening . Loved our waited, John, professional and experienced. I am so pleased to recommend as a top level dining establishment. Thank you Abe and Louis for a festive 10 year anniversary meal.
Very well done. Wait staff is impressive. Very good service and extremely attentive.
Food was prepared to perfection and courses were served in a timely fashion.
I would rate this the top Boston restaurant experience for the weekend while attending the Seafood Expo North America 2017.
Went with my husband and two teens while visiting Boston. We were seated right away. Even at 530 it was busy which is always a good sign. I ordered shrimp and scallops with risotto. It was delicious. My kids shared a prime rib with was huge and a very large portion for both of them even though it was split between them. My husband had a steak which was delicious. I would definitely recommend when visiting Boston for a more upscale meal. You won't be disappointed.
This was my third time dining at Abe & Louie's and it never disappoints. Our waiter, Sihan, was amazing; he made my friend and I's experience even better since he was such a gentleman and very entertaining; I would love to have him again! Also, the food was to die for, just like the previous time. I had the Chilean see bass with the garlic mashed potatoes; my friend had the shrimp risotto. Both dishes and our appetizers were delightful! Abe & Louie is very high end and up there in price, but so worth it; thank you!
10 of us dined here while attending a team meeting in Boston. The restaurant easily accommodated the group, which included on Vegetarian and one needing a gluten free meal. The staff was very accommodating, making suggestions for all of our meals - wine pairings, temperature suggestions for steaks, etc, but at the same time, they weren't trying to up-sell. All enjoyed their meal, especially the vegetarian!
For the price, this place is way overpriced. Steakhouses are usually pricey but you expect the food to be worth it as well as the service and the entire experience. My husband's filet mignon was very good but not outstanding. The green beans (2 servings for $14) CLEARLY came out of a bag- they didn't even bother cutting off the wilting ends. Again, those little touches will make me not wince when I pay $14 for a plate of green beans that are worth 75 cents at the market. Out of a bag.... 50cents! My halibut was very good, but served on a plate of asparagus that was on its last legs. And for such a pricey place, the wine selection wasn't on par with what they were striving for food-wise. The baked potato was great, though. Our waiter was lovely and attentive but as soon as it got a little busier (we were on the early side) no was able to be found! I wanted a second glass of wine and my husband a beer, but too much time had passed so we just got the check and left. All in all, it was fine but I feel like we got fleeced a bit and would have been able to enjoy two or three meals for what we spent and gotten a much better value.
Never been disappointed when going to Abe & Louie's in Boston. Came here Sunday for our anniversary dinner and, as always, it was perfect. Service is spot on, cocktails are on-point, and the steaks are cooked to perfection. Never have I ever had a bad meal here. Didn't really go here for a "romantic" anniversary dinner, we just like our steak, we like it cooked right and we love great service. The free slice of celebratory chocolate cake helped seal the deal of perfection at the end.
Have dined here before just for a regular night out with friends and even with it not being a special night, they always make you feel like you are dining somewhere special.
My wife and I dined at Abe & Louie's for our first time on Saturday, March 11th on a rare night out in the city without the kids. We're aficionados of steakhouse but had not yet been here. Upon arriving fir our 7:30pm OpenTable reservation we were seated within 10 minutes and ver shortly afterwards warmly greeted by our awesome waiter, 14 year Abe & Louie veteran Kenny. What a great waiter!!! He made our night with his tableside manner and on future visits we will specifically request him. Upon learning that we had two daughters ages 11 & 9 he shared the experiences with his children who were now grown up and he also told us to enjoy our night out on the town and not rush.
We had two seafood appetizers, some martinis and then our main courses, steak of course with two great sides. I had ordered a bone-in ribeye medium rare but upon cutting it I verified that instead it was medium well something which our waiter Kenny immediately noticed as he approached our table and apologized profusely for which I felt bad as it wasn't his fault. Actually interestingly enough I reminded him of his upon greeting us at the start of the evening he said there 2 things he couldn't do, one was pay for our dinner and the other was to cook our meals. Within a few minutes he returned with a new steak which was perfectly cooked. In addition, Kenny was excellent with assisting us with our wine choices. Despite the incident with my steak, Kenny's tableside manned with us made the night and turned what could have been a reason to not return around and instead we'll definitely be back and again we'll specifically request him as our waiter. Abe & Louie, you have a great waiter & representative in Kenny.
I thought for the price tag on the steak it could have been better. The lobster casserole was delicious though as well as the rolls they give you. Service was good and the restaurant itself is very nice looking. I'm not sure I would come back here again though.
We both had baked stuffed lobster with crabmeat stuffing. Would have opted for regular stuffing as crab was a slightly fishy - up charge of $14 for crab stuffing. Service, table was good, overall meal was good. Abe's salad was very good. Worth going. Hate the walk in vibe of looking up at the host/hostess.
We had a reservation and were seated promptly. My request to be seated on the second floor at a table overlooking Boylston Street was honored. Service was excellent. Two things kind of put a damper on the night. First, the lettuce on the Caesar salad was actually brown, a total turn off, and considering the prices they charge they should at least spring for some green lettuce and anchovies. I sent it back. The rest of the meal was great until the fire alarm went off and a loud voice kept blaring that all guests had to evacuate. No one left and we were told by staff to ignore it but it was initially unsettling and the announcement was still going strong as we tried to finish our meal and then left.
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