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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
2 of our dinners arrive incorrect
We were told to keep the 2 incorrect (small plates) while waiting for the 2 specials we had ordered.
When the bill came we were told we were "comped" for the 2 small plates??? How can you get comped for something you never ordered in the first place?
We should have been comped the 2 original specials we ordered.
Our waiter was not up to the Flemings standards...
too bad because we love Flemings
Steak was undercooked to my specifications. When I showed the waiter the pink in my "well-done" steak, he said "well the temp was 180". I expect an upscale steakhouse to be able to cook at whatever doneness I ask for--not just medium. The french onion soup tasted good, but both my husband and I were sick later, and the only common food was soup. Wasnt impressed, wont go back. If you're looking for an upscale experience, try Mooo or any other steakhouse. Fleming's fell short for me.
I was treating my friend for his 74th birthday. They asked before we were seated if we were celebrating a special occasion and I told them. For the appetizer we ordered a jumbo shrimp cocktail ($19.95). If jumbo meant the number of shrimp the description was accurate. If it meant the size of the shrimp no jumbo. Worse the shrimp were tasteless. My guess they had seen a freezer sometime in their life from the sea to the table. We both ordered a salads which were adequate. My friend ordered prime rib, medium rare, I the larger of the two filet mignons also medium rare. The prime rib arrived perfectly cooked which my friend said was delicious. My steak was a tad overcooked but not enough to send back especially as my friend would have to look at his dinner get cold while my gigantic steak was recooked. The filet was insipid, tasteless, not tender and dry. As if it too had met a freezer on its way from the cow to the table. On the positive side the bread(a small loaf of sourdough served with a smokey chedder spread was yummy}. The service was excellent without being doting or overbearing. Finally my friend was presented with a small birthday gift, a box of four truffles, at the end of the meal. All-in-all for a whopping $250.00 for dinner for two Fleming's didn't measure up.
As an aside my martini was skimpy and my friend who doesn't drink alcohol was offered a passion fruit drink which was virtually tasteless.
We went to Fleming's for a date night. It is definitely pricey, but well worth it. The steaks are delicious and the service is top notch. We shared the shrimp cocktail to start, which was wonderful and artfully presented. Then we each had a petite filet cooked to order. Mine was delicious with the addition of the jumbo lump crab meat.
Tim, our waiter, was kind, efficient and arrived at the table at all the right times.
Overall, our date night was wonderful!
Took a client and his staff to dinner, food was good, however our waiter was not up to par as expected. Hurried us, pushed us to leave and made us move to bar area after we ordered a special bottle of wine to finish the evening.
Tonight for the first time we tried Flemings at my husbands request for his 40th birthday.
We started with signature cocktails (farmers daughter and an old fashioned) with lovely Duxbury oysters. We ordered a bottle of Rodney Strong Pinot Noir which was amazing. The evening went south when the entrees arrived. We both ordered bone in filet steak medium rare plus with poached lobster topping (price point $77.00 per person), but both arrived closer to well done. The temp was off and we sent both back. We then ordered a small filet and bone in rib eye, when delivered the chef and a female manager asked us to cut into steak then walked away when we said it looked cooked properly. Upon taste my filet tasted metallic and out of date. My husbands rib eye was mediocre. We had hoped to enjoy coffee and a birthday desert but at this juncture both old us were turned off. No manager tried to approach the table. We left our waiter a $75.00 tip as we had $250.00 in gift cards after spending $25,000 with American Express. We assured our waiter he got such a exhorbitant tip because we would never return. A male manager was seen touching a nearby table x2 of ladies who had a third of a cocktail spilled onto their bread tray, but he walked past us no less than five times without engaging. Upon leaving I found the same male manager at the service bar laughing with three female staff members. I requested to speak with him, & let him know we were disappointed not only in the food but the disinterested manner in which we were dealt with. As steak house lovers, and my husband a professional restaurant manager, we walked away feeling unappreciated and as though we were unwelcome. We are not sure what we did wrong.
The GM contacted us to "print out an email I send and have dinner on me." Hmmm. Interesting approach.
Very similar to a Ruth Chris steakhouse in expense and style served -- you pick out the steak/entree and then family-style large sides. The small plates had much better variety than the actual entrees and were decent sized; they also came with a little something on the side which the entrees don't, only they are very expensive for small plates. We ordered one steak, one lamb small plate, and two sides and had leftovers to take home. Overall, we liked Ruth Chris a little better in terms of flavor and ambiance, but this is a nice alternative if you want to mix things up. We probably won't come back simply because we didn't think it was worth the price tag but had $100 in gift cards and had never been before -- knowing what we know now, we would probably have done two or theee meals at the gift card partner restaurants (Outback, Bonefish Grille, Carabba's) than one meal here, but that's more just personal preference.
Enjoyed our evening..very slow night not many people in the dining room seemed odd.. but it was Monday.. but this is Boston? Service was very good and the meals were extremely well prepared . Nice touch with fresh bread with a brie/champagne spread very tasty...Nice wine menu.. they also presented the wine and dessert menu on a tablet as well as a hard copy.. maybe I am too old fashioned but the tablet seems too commercial and the hard copy was just perfect >> great selections of wine by the glass. We only live 12 miles from Downtown Boston and decided to do a night get away and stay downtown and had an enjoyable evening at Fleming's . Will return !
The NY strip was over cooked. I had ordered it Med. Not sure what changed. The last time I was there (about 6 months) and all the other times the NY Strip was delicious full of flavor.
Not this time. Very disappointing for a $52 steak!
If I could give 6 stars, I would. I celebrated my parents 50th anniversary as a gift, and the service was best I ever received from any restaraunt. The wished them a happy anniversary upon arrival. The had the staff sign a card to wish them a happy anniversary. My parents had nothing but the words 'superior service and superior food'' to describe. They both got aged ribeye with a coffee rub. Best steak they ever had. And at the end, the restaurant gave them a box of chocolate truffles complimentary for their anniversary. They sent me the check and I paid with my card over phone. Certainly extremely high priced and really a special occasion meal stop, but for those occasions, it's certain to be memorable!
While our time at Fleming's did not start out well, it ended up beautifully. Despite the fact that the restaurant was less than 50% full we were initially shown to a table in a small room way in the back of the restaurant where no one else was seated. On our very long walk to this very isolated room we passed a number of other couples sitting at lovely tables (for four) at the windows or in cozy booths. When I raised our concern about being hidden in that small isolated back room, the host said he would return to the hostess station to see if there was another table we could be seated at. We waited awkwardly for his return. Upon his return he showed us to another table in the main area of the restaurant that was lovely and the rest of our evening was just spectacular. We had a reservation, were very appropriately dressed, and were celebrating a promotion on my part. Having to sit in the cold, isolated room would have made our evening very disappointing. I still have no idea why we were taken to that tiny empty back room.
It's a steakhouse, and a very expensive one. The food is excellently prepared, but vastly overpriced. $40 for an 8 oz filet mignon, and another $10 if you want a side with that - no sides come with the meat. $50 for a 12 oz sirloin, again, without a side. The wine list is similarly overpriced - $25 for a 9 oz pour of an ordinary pinot noir, really?
If you don't mind overpaying for nice ambiance, good service and perfectly done steak, this is the place for you.
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