There's an archetype of a typical Boston steakhouse: dignified but staid, sedate and oh-so-Yankee. This is not that. The steakhouse, located in an architecturally interesting former bank, is long on sophistication and style, with an urbane dining room of rich burgundy tones, pressed leather seating, a 30-seat bar top of dark wood with steel inlays, ornate French-inspired light fixtures, and a glass-encased semi-private room overlooking the masses. A centerpiece: the prominently displayed, glass-encased wine room stocked with over 2,000 bottles.
1375 Washington St.; 617-227-5011