Smith & Wollensky | Boston Restaurant Guide | Dining in Boston
Boston, MA 02116
Indulge your senses and sense of history with the unique dining experience of our Boston steakhouse. Located in a historic stone and brick “castle” built in 1891, the structure originally served as the headquarters for the First Corps of Cadets and is listed on the National Historic Register. The first floor gunroom, social hall, and museum floor have been converted to the main dining room. The castle also boasts an impressive collection of private dining rooms, and the fourth floor Battle Room is one of Boston’s most coveted locations for large parties. Create a memorable evening by requesting our “behind the scenes” tour.
A prime spotting place for local celebrities, political figures and even a few movie stars, Smith & Wollensky has long been considered a premier steakhouse destination. Offering simple elegant food in a refined setting, the experience is uniquely American—and says unequivocally “YOU’VE ARRIVED™.”
Our signature green and white building was established in 1977 in New York. Today, with nine iconic and distinctively different locations, it continues to symbolize the timeless luxury of Prime USDA steaks, fresh seafood and award-winning wines. We’re still the only national steakhouse to dry-age and butcher on site, fly in lobster daily and make our sides and pastries by hand. Our staff put your comfort and pleasure as their absolute priority. So whether you visit for an intimate gathering or large celebration, you’ll be glad when you’ve arrived.
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