The chefs at Rosaria take pride in their steaks, insisting on working only with cuts of aged, corn-fed Midwestern USDA Prime beef. They exert equal energy and care when it comes to crafting their Italian dishes and seafood specialties, grilling the finest cuts of swordfish and salmon. Rosaria's elegant dining rooms tout glimmering chandeliers that beam down on hardwood floors, white-clothed tables, and big cushy banquettes. Behind the glossy wood bar wait more than 200 different varieties of international wines. The restaurant offers guests the option of having their own private wine locker, where they may keep their favorite bottles safe from malevolent corkscrews.
Aikia Steakhouse's staff goes beyond providing food: the chefs make elegant presentation a core part of the dining experience. From arranging sushi rolls artfully on plates to sizzling hibachi entrees on teppanyaki tables right in front of customers, the team takes the doldrums out of dining without the use of motorcycles. Their menu catalogs 20 hibachi dinners, including filet mignon, 28 maki and hand rolls, and several lunch specials. The decor is as upscale as the culinary presentation, with rows of plants set against wood accents and shoji screens marking private tatami rooms.
Situated on Salem’s scenic Pickering Wharf, Capt's Waterfront - Premium Steak & Seafood Grill provides guests with picturesque harbor views from its upstairs dining room and deck or first-floor bar and grill. While catching sports games playing on the widescreen televisions, guests in the bar and grill can overlook the harbor while cozied up next to the fireplace. Upstairs, the main dining area offers an ideal atmosphere for a romantic date or special event, with a full wine list and meals of charcoal-grilled steaks, lobster, and other market-fresh seafood. On Sundays, brunch momentarily takes over the eatery, with specialties such as lobster eggs benedict and apple-and-cheese French toast box served with a Bloddy Mary bar and bottomless coffees or espresso drinks.
Where would we be without food? On a planet dominated by merciless banana overlords, that's where. With today's Groupon, $35 gets you $75 worth of soup, salad, meat, fish, and drinks at the Oak Room, located inside Back Bay's Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel. This elegant eatery has won numerous honors from Boston Magazine, including Best Steakhouse Restaurant in 2003. Your Groupon is good for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and brunch, but cannot be used on Christmas Day, New Year's Eve, Valentine's Day Eve, Valentine's Day, or in doppelganger dimensions where Picasso was an art thief and the sun wears cool shades.
It might be the six-week aging process that helps Abe & Louie’s continually nab a place on Boston magazine’s Best of Boston list. Then again, it might be the bone-in filet mignon. The house also does seafood remarkably well, so don’t hesitate to order specialties such as the lump crab cakes and swordfish chop.
Situated on the city’s outskirts, this 40-year-old slice of Americana features a 200-seat dining room with rustic wooden tables and throwback red booths. Cold oysters and other specialties from the raw bar supplement the Stockyard Classics, which include aged prime rib and a juicy bone-in filet.