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Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

2405 Alabama St. (Revere St.) Send to Phone
Prime beef and notable wines define this upscale steakhouse.
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Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar Restaurant Review

: Fleming's is part of a national chain, but you'd never know it by its sleek, club-like look and well-defined taste. The intimate wine bar with fine stemware and hundreds of choices by the glass, plus cozy booths and gracious service, all add to the refined experience. Chef James Cole’s homemade breads are first-rate, but don’t fill up on them before the starters arrive. We suggest the crab cakes, fried calamari, spicy ahi with Asian garnishes or the crisp, cool iceberg wedge salad drenched in blue cheese dressing. Of course, Fleming's is a cow palace, and the wet-aged USDA Prime beef is the specialty, with selections ranging from petite filet mignons to a Texas-size porterhouse. They pair up nicely with typical à la carte sides like creamed spinach and shoestring potatoes. We also suggest the seafood options, perhaps lobster and fish specials. While Fleming’s is pricey, the menu includes less expensive small plates such as New Zealand petite lamb chops with polenta fries, and sliced filet mignon atop shiitake risotto.

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