Boca's Top 5 Steakhouses | Caesar's Selection
Perhaps no trio says "fine dining" quite like steak, lobster, and red wine. In Boca Raton, where so many of the finer things in life are cultivated, we're blessed to host some of the finest dining and entertainment options anywhere in the world. When you think date night, corporate dinner, swanky party, or simply a night of decadent living, look no further than our very own Caesar Parisi's Top 5 Steakhouses in Boca Raton.
New York Prime is one of the most prestigious steakhouses in Boca Raton. Its classy upper-class vibe welcomes the diner to the ultimate in red meat and red wine. This timeliness combination is cultivated to the fullest extent, with USDA Prime-only beef flanked by superb seafood offerings and the classic sides expected at a high-end steakhouse. NY Prime is currently promoting their Stags' Leap Wine Dinner this upcoming September 19th.
This swanky location in the Glades Plaza is an offshoot of the legendary Boston flagship restaurant. Their prime-aged midwestern steaks and fresh seafood are matched by chef-selected seasonal produce, with a wine list featuring over 200 globally sourced palates. Abe & Louie's also hosts a Supper Club, a classic feature of the steakhouses and corner clubs that defined the upper-class East Coast experience across the 20th century. Alongside their incredible steak menu, Abe & Louie's might have the very best wine selection in Boca Raton.
With a name like Chops Lobster Bar, you know the surf and turf must be exquisite. Chops Lobster Bar is situated just south of Mizner Park at Royal Palm Place, Chops is piloted by Executive Chef Sean Thompson, a veteran of the Buckhead Life Restaurant Group, who has contributed substantially to Boca's upscale restaurant scene. Chops are split into two levels, their luxe steakhouse, and their seafood bar with an extensive raw menu.
If there's a single name synonymous with steak, it's Morton's. Perhaps the most well-known and widespread, covering over a dozen states. Gaining their reputation due to their "million-dollar hamburger," co-founders Arnie Morton and Klaus Fritsch coalesced around Fritsch's masterpiece while working at the Playboy Club in Montreal. With exciting features such as the Prime Events and Power Hour, Morton's has created a culture around steak and fine dining that's equal parts class, equal parts excitement.
If you're not feeling Morton's but want a comparable night out, search no further than the renowned Capital Grille. Their appetizer menu alone is sufficient to make the mouth water, with classic steakhouse sides like crab cakes, shrimp cocktail, calamari, and prosciutto-wrapped mozzarella. Their steak menu is short but as reliable and delectable as any. No steak lover would see their expectations cut short. Furthermore, their Capital Butcher and takeout menus allow for the flavors to be brought home, ready to eat, or for you to take your best crack at matching the talent these chefs provide night in and night out.
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