Eat like royalty in Boston’s most famous castle. Indulge your senses and sense of history with the unique dining experience of our Back Bay steakhouse. Located in a historic stone and brick “castle” built in 1891.
As far as Boston steakhouses go, it's "hip" for locals to cite Grill 23 or Abe & Louie's as their fave, but the true beef lovers know that the dry-aged bone-in rib eye at S&W is the best cut in town.
As anyone who loves filet mignon knows, it is very difficult to find an excellent steak in Boston. SW is in a class of its own, one of the best steaks in the city (& don't forget the creamed spinach!)
Enjoy this combination: Smith & Wollensky “Private Reserve” Sauvignon Blanc. crisp, elegant and fresh wine with citrus, ripe mango and melon notes - paired with Signature Shellfish Bouquet.
Arguibly one of the best steakhouses if not the best one in town. Spectacular food, service and setting. Expensive but oh so worth it.
if you order the Sirloin, ask for medium-rare, extra char.....with roasted garlic and cippolini onions......you won't be sorry!
We were a little disappointed with our filets here. Ruth's Chris is undeniably king of steakhouses.
do not go here, this place sucks. Go to ruth chris or another steakhouse. Slow and pathetic food.
Get a side of creamed spinash. It's amazing!
butcher burger at the bar.. AWESOME!!
Portions are gigantic!
Simply great steaks.
Filet mignon is delish!
The service is horrendous.
Chiefs room is great!
Never never again!