Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar - Boston
So many aspects of Fleming's Prime Steakhouse set it apart from its competitors. One of its standouts--and a big draw for most diners--is its ample wine program, which includes an award-winning list of 100 wines by the glass. It's also incredibly approachable and diverse, and hand-selected by the restaurant's wine director.
For example, each one is broken down into a category, with vivid descriptions like "bubbly and festive," "earthy, complex, robust and spicy" or "velvety and full bodied." They're meant to match Fleming's steaks, which consist of hand-selected USDA Prime, Certified Angus and Wagyu beef expertly aged a minimum of 21 days. Cuts range from a 12-ounce main filet mignon to a 20-ounce prime bone-in ribeye.
Steak companions are indulgent and decadent, and include the likes of truffle-poached lobster and jumbo lump crab meat prepared "Oscar style" with béarnaise sauce. There is also a prime rib dinner offered every Sunday. It comes with a trio of sauces, wedge salad, side dish and dessert. Those considering non-meat entrees can look forward to such selections as barbecue Scottish salmon filet, all-natural roast chicken and sauteed Chilean sea bass.
The Boston outpost is on the outskirts of Boston's historic Theater District, near the Financial District, waterfront, Fenway Park and the State House.