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2022 Steak

Editors’ Choice

Rare Steakhouse, Encore Boston Harbor, Everett

The service at this Forbes four-diamond winner is so attentive, they even bring tiny cream-colored padded chairs for handbags, matching the sleek seating throughout. As befits a restaurant for high rollers, the wine list is top-notch, with experts to guide you every step of the way. But the real star here is the beef—chef Kyle Bradish oversees the most uniquely curated steak program in New England, including exclusive Japanese cuts from Kobe and the Kagoshima prefecture, as well as the best of domestic beef from Snake River Farms, Idaho. Do yourself a favor and get the bone-in cowboy rib-eye. Aged in house, it is so tender and flavorful you won’t want to share. But you should because it’s massive and you’ll want room for the sides like chili-roasted Brussels sprouts and Yukon Gold potato purée. 1 Broadway, Everett, 857-770-3300,


Readers’ Choice 

Pellana PRime Steakhouse, Peabody 

The Mammola family has been delivering high-quality beef—and service to match—for more than 15 years at this elegant spot. Of course, the meat is aged in house, and custom cuts are a specialty. 9 Rear Sylvan St., Peabody, 978-531-4800,

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