Grill 23 & Bar

Row 1

Details
161 Berkeley St (at Stuart St.)
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 542-2255
Steakhouse
$ $ $ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 5:30 PM–10:30 PM Fri: 5:30 PM–11:00 PM Sat: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Sun: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM
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Foursquare Tips

  • Like most steakhouses, Grill 23 is full of mahogany, martinis, and expensive suits. Unlike at most steakhouses, the food is actually worth the ridiculous prices.
  • Excellent service, excellent food. Oysters, New England clam chowder, 100-day aged ribeye, English peas ... all were liked by our crowd. 2nd time here and will be back.
  • Devra First recommends: Crab cake, 100-day aged rib eye, Kobe cap steak, Maine lobster, mac and cheese, coconut cake (a towering slice, with moist, fragrant, almost macaroon-like layers)
  • I believe the cocktails here to be lethal. Get a steak - medium rare - and the truffle tots. Oh, and put your fancy pants on.
  • The chips at the bar are not to be missed.
  • Amazing food!
  • The dry-aged rib eye and truffle tots are excellent
  • Broad wine list, but too expensive. Best oysters I've ever had! The 100 days dry aged ribeye is a must in this restaurant!
  • Cannot say enough good things about Grill 23 & Bar. Ask for Daniel.
  • Definitely try the grilled 23 tots.
  • Try the porterhouse steak over 20oz the best in town!!!!!
  • Splurge on cuts like the Kobe cap steak or the 100-day-aged rib eye, but don't overlook the Yorkshire pork rack chop with potato mustard green cannelloni & bacon brown sugar vinaigrette.
  • Sophia is the best sommelier in town!
  • Their filet mignon (rate) was the best steak I've ever had. Simply amazing.
  • Amazing food, amazing service, best steakhouse in the city! Sit at the bar and hope Chris L. is bartending, you wont be disappointed.
  • Not for foodies. Steak = very good. Everything else = meh.
  • Overpriced
  • I did do this, and it wasn't awesome.....way over-rated!
  • Eat at the downstairs bar. Best service.
  • This Boston steak and seafood experience is a five minute walk from the Revere Hotel Boston Common. Dark woods, white table linen and brass accents set the tone for an excellent dining experience.