Settle into a deep booth in the mahogany-paneled dining room and get ready for a melt-in-your-mouth culinary experience at this old-fashioned ... More
Abe & Louie's
Settle into a deep booth in the mahogany-paneled dining room and get ready for a melt-in-your-mouth culinary experience at this old-fashioned steakhouse called Abe & Louie's. Filet mignon and porterhouse steak are standard fare. The kitchen offers a selection of cheese and sauces that may be included with your steak. Lighter entrees include a selection of poultry and fish dishes. Pick your own side dishes from a list including onion rings, asparagus and creamed spinach while you enjoy a drink from the full service bar. Seasonal outdoor seating and private dining rooms are available.
We visited the restaurant in Boca Raton and was very disappointed. For an extremely expensive restaurant it was not up to par of Ruth Chris or Smith and Wolensky. We were stuck in a terribly small table even though we had a reservation and the place was not crowded. While the food was ok it is definately not worth the price to be paid in quality or service. We will not be back again.
if you want faster food you can go to the food court in the copley place mall its within walking distance, otherwise go to abe and louies, the steaks are around $40, but im sure its less expensive at the mall. Also in the summer the wait can be hours but eating on the terrece isnt bad at all
Food is not steak-house caliber, staff is rude, somewhat of a local, laid-back atmosphere, less formal than some. Even Capital Grille, a chain, rocks this place in terms of quality of food and service.
I say this becasue the Saturday special is the carpetbagger steak and it is awesome! Very unique and very tender. My girlfriend and I had a great time, she got a shrimp dish and the shrimp was among the best we have ever had!
I was so excited about going there for a Private Brunch. The room downstairs was so small and cramped. No room to move around and no decor. It was a typical basement room.
I don't know what was spent for the food, but whatever it was, it was WAY to much.. We had french toast. A specialty that about a quarter of the people had. It was so hard that you couldn't eat it. Our waiter said that the chef overcooked it. So why did he let it go out to the customers? If you ate it, most likely you would have a hard time swallowing it. It was left on all plates at time of clean-up.
I would think twice before having a bruch downstairs here.
I have to say that the service was so slow. Very inexperienced.
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