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When winter winds blow across the Atlantic seaboard, there’s no cozier place to be than a Boston steakhouse.


Here are ten of Boston’s best – and coziest – steakhouses.


Abe & Louie’s just sounds like a friendly place, and it will all seem even more warm and friendly when you tuck into a bowl of chowdah followed by… a 50-day dry-aged New York strip.


Boston Chops is more than just chops (though theirs are spectacular); you’ll know that when you tear into a steaming popover and slice into your Prime ribeye (with added lobster).


Met Back Bay serves lots of comfort with their sirloin and strip steak, like a luscious mac n’ cheese, a chicken pot pie and a winter stew to warm you on a cold Bean Town evening.


Alden & Harlow has low lights and outstanding steaks – we like the New York strip – to help you feel warm and at home (try the pickled corn pancakes!).


The Butcher Shop is the place for the finest hangar steak, enjoyed in the casual comfort of an old world boucherie.


One Eleven Chop House offers many ways to dress up a beautiful steak, including Hollandaise/Bearnaise, Stilton and bacon, and Oscar.


Abe & Louis


Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse has awesome steaks – including a 55-day dry aged cowboy steak and a Prime flat iron – served in the friendliest surroundings in town.


Bogie’s Place has filet and NY strip, but before all that, get bone marrow: so rich and flavorful, a rare treat.


Willy’s Steakhouse Grille and Sushi Bar covers a lot of bases, but folks come here for the outstanding beef…and maybe a sushi roll.


Stockyard Restaurant serves a sizeable selection of steak, prepared in an 1800 degree broiler, for that beautiful, charred crust.

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