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Phantom Gourmet’s Splurge-Worthy Restaurants

A steak dish at Da Vinci in Boston.

(Photo: Da Vinci)

Some restaurants can be on the pricey side, but the food is worth every penny.

Da Vinci

162 Columbus Ave., Boston

The focus is on modern Italian cuisine at this romantic, refined restaurant. Entrees include a satisfying beef tenderloin served in a red wine demi-glace reduction and Prince Edward Island mussels served in a fragrant broth of lemon, white wine, butter and cherry tomatoes.

Menton

354 Congress St., Boston

This elegant space in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood has a luxuriously modern decor. The offerings change frequently as world-renowned chef Barbara Lynch likes to work with what’s in season.

The Nordic Lodge

178 E. Pasquiset Trail, Charlestown, R.I.

A culinary destination that’s as memorable as it is filling, the Nordic Lodge offers over 100 items in its all-you-can-eat Viking Buffet, including lobster, Alaskan crab, filet mignon and desserts like cheesecake, brownies and Haagen-Dazs ice cream.

Ostra

1 Charles St. S., Boston

This Mediterranean-inspired restaurant is definitely worth your dining dollar. It’s a combination of simplicity and extravagance with high ceilings, dark floors, brightly colored decor and a luxurious seafood menu.

Smith & Wollensky serves up aged steaks in an elegant setting. Photo: Smith & Wollensky

(Photo:Smith & Wollensky)

Smith & Wollensky

101 Arlington St. and 294 Congress St., Boston

One of the premier high-end steakhouses in Boston features an elegant dining room, a state-of-the-art dry-aging room and an open kitchen where the finest aged cuts are grilled just right. Splurge for the signature dessert: a 6-inch-tall chocolate cake.

Maine lobster perfectly complements potato gnocchi at Sorellina in Boston. Photo: Sorrelina

Sorellina

1 Huntington Ave., Boston

If you’re looking for an unbelievable meal at a special-occasion kind of place, this is the reservation to make. Opulent ways to start your meal include pillowy potato gnocchi topped with Maine lobster or super juicy American wagyu beef meatballs.

The opulent seafood tower at Strega Prime comes with lobster, shrimp and oysters. Photo: Strega Prime

Strega Prime

100 Sylvan Road, Woburn, Mass.

Steakhouses don’t get any bigger, flashier, or more fantastic than this. Everything on the menu – including a giant seafood tower to the insanely tender 14-ounce bone-in filet mignon – is worth the splurge.

Tosca

14 North St., Hingham, Mass.

While this place certainly looks fancy – with its exposed brick walls and lofty ceilings – the menu works whether you want to go casual or all out with a high-end steak.

AAA members save on Phantom Gourmet gift cards, which are accepted at over 200 restaurants in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

 

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