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Abe & Louie's
Steak House$$$
Today 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
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The Shops at Prudential Center 793 Boylston St Boston, MA 02116
793 Boylston StreetUSMassachusettsBoston02116
$$$Steak House, Seafood Restaurant
Steak House
Seafood Restaurant
Today 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm

Setting the standard for the classic American steakhouse, Abe & Louie’s offers prime aged midwestern steaks and fresh seafood accompanied by seasonal produce, an extensive, award-winning wine list and a superior level of service.

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High-end, elegant steakhouse known for classic steaks & sides, brunch & an extensive wine list.- Google
"Try the hash brown potatoes or the creamed spinach."
"Abe and louie's is easily the best steakhouse in boston, but expect to pay."
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Peter Hollander
3 months ago
The reviews seem all over the map, but really, this is a second (or third rate) steak joint, no better than Applebees (yikes) with premium prices ($53 just for the meat). My ribeye was an inferior piece of meat; lots of gristle and tough seasoned with salt. And why to they brag about it being corn fed. Clearly not the choice of any beef lover. The waiter upsold me from a Delmonico to the ribeye because "the bone adds flavor." The little piece of bone added nothing. And who needs a 24 oz. piece of meat anyway? Drinks were fine; wine list was ridiculous. Three times too expensive for mediocre wine. Clams Casino were a lazy man's version. Slap a piece of bacon on top of a little neck. I have eaten here before and was looking forward to this dinner with an old friend. Never again. When I stated a slight disappointment to the waiter, he just got defensive and brushed us off. With so many wonderful places to eat; don't waste your time on this one.
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Dan Lee
4 weeks ago
Best place to eat in Boston. Ate here many times and I can't fault it. Had my anniversary dinner here after the Bruins lost, great way to restore pride. Try the Tomahawk steak, its a monster.
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Sonia Neira-Matthews
10 months ago
Fantastic!!! I Think this location is bettter than tbe one on Glades Rd, in Boca. Zeek, was great, ask us to say hello to Michael in Glades. Everyone misses and remembers you... Ps, I love the bread and tbe spinach from the Glades location.
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Nathaniel Gopen
10 months ago
This place is as good as any steak house in the area. But what's great is if you come here for lunch you can get their burger which is absolutely worth it. Not that expensive, but really delicious and filling. It's probably the best deal on the menu and something worth going for and going back to get.
SlowFood Guru
6 months ago
Not even a real steakhouse. Abe and Louie's is owned by a restaurant group, not a chef and the menu is dated and kinda lousy. The food quality is typical industrially produced swill. The steaks are air-aged, corn-fattened beef. Whatever. That means that they are supermarket-quality beef that is dry-aged differently than supermarket beef, which is usually wet-aged in a sealed plastic bag. It's clientele are people whose idea of sophistication is meat and an iceberg wedge salad, and like to flaunt that they can afford to eat at an overpriced pit like Abe and Louie's. On top of that, the bartender Michele made no bones about how much she hates Jews. I was at the bar with friends and some skinhead types were on an antisemitic rant about how Jews run the world and can be blamed for everything. I'm not even Jewish and was really offended, and told them so. But Michele defended them and said she totally agreed with what they were saying. I can forgive the overcooked pasta in the mac n' cheese and the cornfed, supermarket beef with the fancy name and even the lack of imagination (an iceberg wedge salad...c'mon), but the hate? No thanks you very, very much.
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David Williams
9 months ago
Incredible! Food, service, atmosphere. Everything was top notch and amazing. The price was...expectedly high. The service was absolutely wonderful. The food..well it was as expected and delicious. Wonderful evening had by all!!
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Traci Cappiello
9 months ago
I had a business lunch here and enjoyed one of the circular booths in the front of the restaurant, not quite close enough to the street, but a great location to people-watch inside the restaurant. Service is speedy, the rolls served with your meal are delicious and the filet mignon and tomato salad is top notch. A bit pricey (as expected) but a good experience.
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Jeremy Abel
a year ago
We dined here in the summer of 2013 and the steak was absolutely superb! While the menu is pricey the options are well worth the expense. The dimly lit interior created a more intimate and calming atmosphere, while the wait staff provided exceptional service. If you're willing to splurge for a great steak and incredible dining experience then be sure to visit Abe & Louie's next time you're in Boston.


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