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About Fleming's Steakhouse - Boston
Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar pairs a passion for service and seasonal ingredients
with the finest USDA Prime beef. Every dish is meticulously made from scratch and served by our
attentive staff. You’ll also discover the perfect wine for every mood with the Fleming’s 100®, our
award-winning list of 100 wines by the glass. Our wine list features top-rated vineyards from
around the world. We also offer Private Dining Rooms and a personal Private Dining Director who
will craft the perfect occasion for any group size or budget. At Fleming’s, every visit is filled with
Boston, MA 02116
Steak, Steakhouse, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 4:30pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking option #1 - Valet for $20.00
Parking option #2 - Validated parking in the Motor Mart Garage. Validation is for up to three hours and allows for a discounted rate of $10.00
Parking option #3 - When attending a show in the nearby Theater District, we are able to offer discounted validated parking for up to 6 hours until midnight for the discounted rate of $15 (must show theater ticket)
On the Green Line - the Arlington Street stop.
On the Orange Line - Tufts Medical Center Stop
On the Red Line - Park Street Station
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Private Dining has never been so personal. Our Private Dining Directors coordinate with you to create a one-of-a-kind experience, customized to your group size.
Fleming's Steakhouse - Boston Ratings and Reviews
I've dined before at Fleming's and I was very disappointed in this evening. The shrimp cocktail my husband ordered was not fresh, you could tell they were frozen and thawed (almost mushy) and I requested no onion on my chopped salad due to an allergy and of course it came out covered in red onions. The two 'strips' of bacon that came on the plate were cold and not crispy, like they pulled the two strips out of the fridge. The best part of a classic steakhouse chopped salad is cutting into the crisp iceburg lettuce with the warm, crunchy bacon bits and tasting those with the dressing and cheese all in one forkful. The bacon was cold and fatty...not great! They offered to make a new one and I appreciated that, but I hate to waste food and now I felt bad. The NY Strip was delicious and my sides were great, but service was slow and it was like our waitress was always 'off somewhere' during crucial points in the meal service. It just wasn't up to their normal service and I was disappointed, it wasn't a cheap meal either for such mediocre service.
A very nice restaurant for special occasions. The food is wonderful, (especially the steaks & calamari). The wine list extensive and has good variety to choose from. It is on the expensive side for dinner but the service & food is worth it. Love the place and the atmosphere.
I have been a long time fan of Flemings so it was a natural choice to celebrate a birthday. Although the service was fine, for the first time, the meal was not great. For an expensive dry aged steak, the flavor was not good at all . . this can happen anywhere I suppose. The side vegetable was exceptionally small. I was disappointed with the meal. Everyone was nice and pleasant, including the manager that stopped by. I will return as this has not been the norm for me at Flemings.
Another great experience for us at Flemings. They have been consistently good and, in my opinion, a better restaurant than Del Frisco's (which I swore off when they embarrassed me 3x during business meetings with customers), Abe and Louie's, Grill 23, Capital Grille, Smith and Wollensky's, Morton's and Ruth Chris. I've been to them all and many times.
Absolutely wonderful. We've eaten at Mortons (not even close) and Ruth Chris's (was our favorite but not now). Great service. Couldn't have been better. From the moment we arrived to the time we left, great great great experience. Can't wait to try another one of your restaurants soon.
It was extremely disappointing dining experience. Everything seemed to be encrusted with pepper, even after I mentioned I can not tolerate it. Food at best was mediocre. Not sure if they changed cooks but I would be hard pressed to try the Boston location again.
Food was good but not excellent. Our server brought us a much more expensive bottle of wine than we originally ordered (but to her credit, she showed us the bottle and we didn't notice it at first, so we didn't bring it up to her) which was annoying. Server was very friendly and engaging, which we appreciated.
The steaks were unbelievable. Side dishes were tasty and well done. Service was friendly and attentive without hovering over us constantly. It was my husband's 50th and the main hostess Candy came personally to congratulate and bring over some delicious chocolate truffles to take home.
It's an expensive restaurant but worth it to celebrate special events or just when you are craving an awesome steak.
We love Fleming's and go there often and this time we went during Dine Out Boston. The food and service were impeccable. My filet mignon was well seasoned and cooked to perfection. My husband's steak was as well. Fleming's always gets it right. Our waitress was wonderful (I wish I could remember her name). We'll be back!
This was a dinner with friends who were visiting Boston and who I haven't seen in 7 years. They were seated and waiting for me when I arrived, and Frank, the partner manager of this restaurant, greeted me warmly at the door and walked me over to my friends. We chatted a bit and then he sent William, a great waiter, over to us. The wine list is impressive, and my friends chose a Spanish Cavi which was excellent - I didn't even know I liked Cavi before that.
This was restaurant week, and there was a special menu available for those who wanted it. We each decided the 14 oz sirloin, mashed potatoes for the table, and roasted and sautéed corn for the table, with Caesar salad to start and cheesecake (to die for) for dessert would be a great option - with a special sale price. All of the food was cooked exactly to each person's order, and we had such a great time chatting, part of the time with William who was as unobtrusive as possible but still giving us top notch service, that we just had a truly memorable evening.
The ambiance is a mid noise level (probably from our table alone!!) which is important to me not to be too noisy since I can't hear well.
The portions were generous, and I couldn't have asked for a better meal. That cheesecake is just smooth and sinful!
This Fleming's has quickly become my favorite place to do a business dinner (which I had done there last month) and to take friends who want a truly great steak (not the only thing on the menu by far - they have seafood, chicken, even your vegetarian friends can find good food there) and who want to experience the best in ambiance and service that Boston can offer.
We had such a good time that we were there after closing chatting away, and no one pushed us out. We finally realized the time and left so they could clean up and close - but there was no pressure on us to move more quickly at any point, from ordering to paying the bill to leaving.
A truly great experience all around!
My friend and I went to dinner for restaurant week before seeing a show at the Opera house for my birthday. Our server and the maitre d acknowledged my birthday and brought chocolates out to both of us at the conclusion of our meal. I would definitely return before a show for the wonderful service and food! It was truly an enjoyable and memorable experience.
The service was super. The waiter was very attentive. They give you a card and a nice wrapped chocolate box for your bday. The food was good all over, but wouldn't make me to come back. The place is well-kept, but could need some update. I enjoyed my night there though.
Everything was great except our meals. We both got the Filet ordered medium, and the first time both of our steaks were end cuts, which we didnt even touch so we sent them back. Our server Lani was as sweet as can be, very very good waitress. She apoligized and sent back our steaks and they came back extremely rare. She was very embarrassed and had the manager take off the whole thing except our drinks (which were very good). She was the best part about the meal!
Hadn't been in a while and was requested by my son. We enjoyed a nice meal. Seems like the prices rose a bit... too bad, as they should be positioned a little less than what I'd call the top rung places. That said, was good. Crab cakes were excellent, wedge fine, filet and the NY strip very good. Miss the Wagyu NY they used to have on the menu. Sides were very good as was the service. Recommend the cheesecake for dessert.
Looks like they removed the Thomas Arvid wine paintings that were everywhere... wonder why? Good selection of wines by glass... but pricey.
Appetizer was the bacon. Triple thick, w pickled onion, mandarin orange and a maple and pepper seasoning that melts in you mouth. I got the Fleming salad and Fleming potatoes with filet mignon with a kona coffee rub. The filet was best I have ever had. Perfect and tasty. The salad was fresh, and full of texture aith nuts abd xried fruit though a bit too saturated with dtessing far my tasye.
Potatoes were a bit burned on the outside. But was tasty and unique flavor.
Server was not as attentive to cleaning the table between courses as he could have been.
Very expensive place, but worth it for special occassion
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