About Boulevard Steakhouse
Welcome to Boulevard Steakhouse and Martini Lounge. Oklahoma's first USDA Prime Steakhouse. A prime experience for every occasion. Join us for dinner in our steakhouse, then go next door to our comfortable lounge for cocktails and live jazz. A Wine Spectator winner for the last seven years.
Edmond, OK 73034
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday, 5:30pm - 10:00pm; Friday - Saturday, 5:30pm - 11:00pm; Sunday, 5:30pm - 9:00pm. Martini Lounge (no reservations): Monday - Thursday, 5:00pm - 11:00pm; Friday - Saturday, 5:00pm - 1:00am.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We offer full service catering. Boulevard Steakhouse is happy to offer catering for small or grand affairs. Our executive chef and event coordinators will work with you on a personalized menu, decorations, flowers and any other needs.
We have private parking available next to the steakhouse as well as additional parking across the street.
5th Littler one block from restaurant
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cigar Room, Fireplace, Full Bar, Indoor Smoking Area, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Boulevard Steakhouse Ratings and Reviews
Great service started with the reservation. I was emailed information and the menu.Excellent dining experience. Best rib eye steak I ever had. Impeccable service. This is a great place for mature people that do not mind paying top dollar for a great meal. I treated my daughter to a birthday dinner here. She loved it. The Chef prepared a special birthday dessert for our table and delivered it himself. I look forward to our next visit.
We hadn't returned to Boulevard Steakhouse in many years; we now greatly regret not having frequented it sooner and more often. Very tasteful and classic decor; exquisite service. The crab cake appetizer was generous in amount and had wonderful unique flavors. Steaks were very tender and done perfectly. The wine list is large and varied in choices and price range. They didn't have the moderate-price range cabernet we ordered, so we were given a somewhat more expensive bottle for the originally ordered bottle's price. The meal ended with a complementary dessert for the birthday we were celebrating.
This was our first time to the restaurant and were very well surprised, it was like eating at home, everything relaxed and just great, the food was excellent, we ordered the coconut shrimp, and it
was the best we had ever eaten, along with that, the filet steaks were cooked to perfection, as
was the service, always checking in to see if anything was needed. The whole experience was
I was very surprised how average the food tasted. The ribeye I ordered was $42 for 14 oz of average tasting beef. The medium rare was executed properly, but the steak was not tasty at all and was tough. The service was great and the house red wine was very good. Spending $300 dollars for dinner I expect the food to be much better.
Hosted eight people for a 21st Birthday dinner for our son. He could not have made a better choice. We have raved about Boulevard so many times to our son that he chose it for his 21st over a year ago. The service was absolutely amazing...attentive, but not overbearing. We enjoyed oysters and appetizers (shrimp, charcuterie), all of which were excellent. The Rombauer cabernet savignon we enjoyed throughout the dinner was perfect. We heard only raves about the entrees. Our son, in particular, loved his bone-in ribeye. My Seabass was absolutely wonderful. The tomato and mozzarella salad was particularly good, as well. Again, service was incredible and they were very patient as we stayed rather late for a Sunday night. Our waiters even took some great pictures for us to mark the occasion and brought us a Sharpie so that we could all write our birthday wishes on one of the wine bottles. It went down as one of our best family dinners in years. Many thanks to the folks at Boulevard.
As I began to respond to "What would you recommend this restaurant for?", I realized there was no "All of the Above" box. If you want great food, service and warmth, this is the place. I've been in the non-cooking end of the restaurant business, I cook, and I love to eat. I have learned that a great dining experience is the aggregate of MANY different elements. The owner, Peter Holloway knows, understands, executes and delivers. I'm from out of town, came on a night when the restaurant was busy, my party of four didn't drink (so there was no fawning of us because we would have a big tab), and yet he accommodated us as if we were his only guest. It was an evening with my octogenarian parents that I doubt will ever be had again. Our visit will not cause Peter to pay higher taxes, but his karma balance multiplied! You will remember the food only as a part of your evening's warm experience.
Best service and food we have had at Boulevard in a while. Did not have to go through the routine of being out of the wine I picked from the wine list this time. Cudos to the Chef and Sommelier and wait staff. We were given a gift certificate so we tried it again and I will definitely go back!
First everything turned out well after a bad start. The bad part was I had requested a quiet booth and they tried to seat us next to the bar and where everyone coming into the restaurant would have to pass by. Two we were there for a special wine/dinner and they first gave us the regular menus and removed the wine glasses which were on the table for the special event. Three they moved us from the bar area booth to a very high traffic table. Now the good part: a hostess stopped by and asked if everything was OK. When I shared the problems with her she moved us to a very nice table for two in a quiet area. She then got us on track for the special wine/dinner menu. After that all was good. Service was excellent and the wine and food was very good. It turned into the special evening we had anticipated.
My steak and sauteed mushrooms were excellent, and the Sheree's salad good! However, the grilled asparagus side was poor--tasteless. And while our Merlot was fine, we had asked just for 2 glasses of the house, and were given Rombauer (sp?) instead. The next day I scrutinized the bill, and with sales tax and liquor tax added on the $16 base price for one glass the total amount for both glasses was $39! I think that for 2--6 oz. pours of wine, that cost was a bit ridiculous! And just a simple house wine would have been half that amount, and what's more, I'm not a sommelier by any stretch, and really can't tell one from another, which is why I just go with the house! Our total tab was $160 and I tipped $35 on top, but considering the asparagus and the cost of wine, which I should have paid more attention to, and maybe fair service, (good at best?) I gave too much for the tip. . .
Michael P. Starcevich
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