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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES The Oak Room

138 St. James Ave. (Dartmouth St.) Send to Phone
617-267-5300
An elegant dining destination, popular for a special occasion night out on the town.
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Breakfast & Dinner daily, Lunch Mon.-Sat., Brunch Sun.
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THIS RESTAURANT HAS CHANGED NAMES The Oak Room Restaurant Review

: Step inside The Oak Room and be taken back to another time. Its old-world charm, baroque Edwardian woodwork, high ceilings and miles of upholstery and drapery make this a favorite among locals and tourists alike. While you will find the traditional steakhouse staples here---jumbo shrimp cocktail and an iceberg wedge salad served as a prelude to the likes of a classic New York strip or bone-in rib-eye---the restaurant also is well known for its tableside Châteaubriand for two. There are some unique finds here, including a grilled bone-in halibut steak and bone-in monkfish chop. The cocktail list is impressive as are all of the drinks served up from the adjacent Oak Bar. After dinner, grab a martini and settle down in one of the plush banquettes for an intimate listen to some talented pianists. For the prix-fixe Sunday brunch, there's a good array of Benedicts (lobster, Florentine, Scottish and New England) that complement the restaurant’s own take on the Bloody Mary, served up with three jumbo shrimp.

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