When you are craving a fine steak but not the cookie cutter corporate atmosphere, Boston Chops is the go to in the South End. This celebrated steakhouse has the rich facade of an old bank, which formerly occupied the space. The historic, exterior architecture is a lovely compliment to the rich history of our neighborhood, while the modern interiors create a sophisticated yet relaxed environment. Diners can take in dinner under 20 foot ceilings. The restaurant has a grand sense of openness, while tones of burgundy and mahogany keep maintain an inviting atmosphere. While Boston Chops is first and foremost a steakhouse, do not write this place off if you do not eat meet. There are several seafood dishes, delicious vegetable sides and the always tempting raw bar selections. Their drinks and wine are impressive as well and Boston Chops houses a 2000 bottle wine room. Many times our favorite evenings are dining at the bar or adjacent banquettes that run the length of the restaurant, both available to walk ins, first come first serve. A idea when you are finding it difficult to secure a last minute reservation. The vibe is fun so even if you stop by for drinks you are sure to meet fun servers and locals.
1375 Washington Street, Boston MA02118
Cuisine: Steak House
Atmosphere: Upscale, Neighborhood