About Fleming's Steakhouse - Boston
Boston, MA 02116
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
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
Overall wasn't too happy. Drinks were mediocre and the food very pricey. Servers were very good. Restaurant was very dead even though patrons were there. I was there for my wife's birthday which they never acknowledged although that fact was put into the reservation.
Our meals were incredible—the crispy Brussels sprouts were even delicious for someone who hates vegetables. It's pricey, so we'd only come for special occasions, but it's the perfect location for a special night out. Also, our waitress, Brittany, was great and recommended the perfect wine to go with my steak.
Greeted us warmly on a cold and snowy night, and wished us a Happy Anniversary!
Waiter was friendly, professional, and patient with information regarding menu Items.
Food was prepared exactly as ordered. Deeeelish! Wine list is extensive, with a wine tablet to
assist in decision making. Great Idea!
Manager was friendly , especially with regards to the wine tablet, and genuine when wishing us
a Happy Anniversary! He made us feel special, , , Even brought us chocolates!
Great place and would recommend to all who wish an exceptional dining experience.
Fabulous birthday meal! Just went here on Wednesday night and had an amazing meal. We started with cocktails that were original and very flavorful - sangria and a blueberry lemon drop. Food was top notch as was the service. The steak was perfectly cooked and the best cut. The shrimp were succulent and the lobster was just right with a hint of truffle. Our waiter was on top of everything and since it was a birthday, put a candle on the cheesecake but no cheesy singing thankfully. The manager in addition gave us something special so it made us feel valued. Will definitely return again! Highly recommend.
3 couples went for dinner in celebration of New Year's Eve (12/31/16). The food was delicious and Abby our Server was fantastic. We arrived early, checked in and found seating at the bar immediately. Our server came over personally to see if we were ready to be seated. The atmosphere was very quiet and relaxing. It was a wonderful dining experience and I'm sure we will be back again :) Our only negative? Be prepared to spend at least $100.00 per person (no matter what the age).
The food is still solid and quite tasty, but one lacks a true "steakhouse" experience here. Perhaps the greatest drawback is the price tag; the food is simply not worth the steep cost. One can get a much better steak at Smith and Wollensky for about the same price. The inside of the restaurant could use a makeover; it's drab. That said, the wine list is impressive, and there were a number of excellent choices by the glass. It's also quiet enough so that you can have a conversation while dining, and the staff is most accommodating.
We've been to Fleming once before. This time, early on New Year's Eve, our experience was consistent - fabulous service (our waiter was Andrew) and really good food in pleasant surroundings. In addition to full size steak and seafood dinners, Fleming has a good selection of 'small plates' that provide portions less than full entrees. They are just the right size if you want to enjoy appetizers, sides, and/ or dessert with your meal, but don't have a huge appetite.
We shared the burrata for an appetizer. It was quite large and very delicious, served with roasted cherry tomatoes, greens, and four crostinis.
My husband ordered the fillet mignon small plate and found the meat to be tasty and cooked to order but the chili oil drizzled on top to be too hot, even though he normally likes spicy food. I ordered shrimp and scallops with grits which were delicious. The sauce with mine was described as having 'a kick', but when I finally tried it (when I was nearly finished eating) I found it to be creamy and delicious without even a small hint of spice, so go figure.
We also had the chocolate lava cake for dessert. It was quite lovely. Be sure to order it in advance. Our waiter warned us to order it during our meal because it takes a while to cook.
A great dinner, all around. We'll definitely go back.
Unfortunately this is the second visit in a row that I've had to send back my meal. This time my mother and I ordered the special. A 14oz bone in filet with a lobster tail. My steak was overdone and cold. My mother's was also cold. When I received it back it was cooked properly but still not hot and the lobster tail was so dry. I really expected more for an $89 meal.
I was quite surprised by how our evening went. Our hostesses greeted us very nicely and we were offered different table locations in the dining room. Our server was polite and gave us menu time since this is the first time I have dined here in many years. I have recently been to both Gibsons and Morton's and prices here are similar although the menu here is much smaller. While overall the evening was pleasant, my meal was a big disappointment. Flemings is billed as a steakhouse. I ordered the 14 oz rib eye - a $50 steak on the menu - a Flemings salad and brussel sprouts. The server came back to tell me that they were out of my steak and that I would have to order something else. This was NOT the day after Christmas, nor was it a busy Friday or Saturday night, so how is it that they forgot to order steaks? There were two more expensive rib eye steaks on the menu and I guess I was supposed to "order up" to a higher priced option. (I elected instead to order down to a $30 small plate of scallops and shrimp over grits). What I would have expected was for them to tell me they were out of my selection but that they would substitute the more expensive rib eye at my original price. It would have cost them a few dollars and I would have stayed a satisfied customer. The salad was "uninspired" and the sprouts were both charred on the outside and under-cooked inside, so who knows how that item is prepped.
What should have been my tip off was that a number of diners walked in wearing regular jeans and sneakers, which never normally happens at an upscale steak house.
Yes, I could have complained to a manager about all of this, but that would have upset my party and that was what I wanted to avoid more than anything else.
If you are looking for a great steak, try the 16 oz Delmonico at Michael Jordan's at the Intercontinental in Chicago. It is dry aged for 45 days and is only $54.
The quality of the food for the price of our steaks was not worth it. The restaurant was quiet at the time and it took too long for dinner to be served. Should be equal to Capital Grille based on price alone and did not compare unfortunately. Servers were kind and mixed drinks were good.
I rarely comment on a restaurant as I am hard to please and Mr Fussy. Our waiter provided outstanding service. It was late Xmas eve and it was not too crowded.
Our food was prepared to order. They don't mind split dishes. Our salmon was undercooked which we asked for and was perfect. Our party enjoyed their steaks.
The service was beyond outstanding a rarity these days. He even gave each couple a boxed and decorated box of truffles . I will be back for sure.
Today I am in a local place (Higham Harbor) with a very sullen waitress!!. We are afraid of her, oh well what a difference.
We have dined at Flemings probably over 50 times and the steaks are still out favorites of all the Boston steakhouses. The two bone-in NY sirloins were under-cooked and were sent back for more heat. The manager and waiter were so apologetic and were very accommodating with a free desert and other nice additions to more than compensate for the delay.
Flemings still maintains its place as our favorite steakhouse in Boston . . .and Naples FL too!
As usual, a great night at Fleming's! Shrimp cocktail, steaks & side dishes were delicious. But the highlight of every visit here is the amazing chocolate lava cake. It's the best dessert I've ever had in a restaurant! Our server Randy was extremely attentive & personable. I look forward to returning again soon!
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