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Grill 23 & Bar

161 Berkeley Street
Boston, MA 02116
617-542-2255

Grill 23 & Bar restaurant information
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Since opening its doors in 1983, Grill 23 & Bar has been New England's premier steak and seafood grill, renowned for its prime, all-natural, dry-aged beef exclusively from Brandt Beef, as well as its fresh, creative seafood presentations. The Back Bay restaurant has become a landmark dining spot with a dynamic menu full of classic favorites and creatively composed dishes, each reflecting the best ingredients of the region. The award-winning wine list has achieved the Wine Spectator's Best of - Award of Excellence annually since 2002 as well as many other accolades.

The 5,000-square-foot dining room preserves the original sculptured ceiling, mahogany paneling, massive, Corinthian columns and hardwood and marble floors of the historic Salada Tea Building. Unlike many steakhouses, this one is primarily warm and light with an open kitchen that allows diners front row seats for all the creative culinary action.

 

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Aïoli
1. noun A blend of ail (garlic) and oli (oil) in the parlance of the Provence region of southern France. Around here, we'd call it a garlic mayonnaise.
Ceviche
1. noun Raw fish and/or shellfish in a citrus marinade.
Chimichurri
1. noun A condiment made of olive oil, vinegar, parsley, oregano, onion, garlic, salt, cayenne and black pepper.
Gremolata
1. noun Minced parsley, lemon peel and garlic.
Jus
1. noun French for juice, jus also refers to the unthickened juices from a piece of roasted meat.
Panko
1. noun Coarse breadcrumbs used in Japanese cooking.
Papillote
1. noun The term "en papilotte" is used to describe a dish that is cooked (and usually served) in a parcel of greased parchment paper that protects it from the high heat of the oven and retains aroma and flavor.
Pierogi
1. noun Crescent-shaped Russian dumplings.
Praline
1. noun A sweet made of almonds and sugar invented for the French Comte du Plessis-Praslin by his cook in the 1600s.
Ragoût
1. noun A thick, seasoned stew of meat or fish, sometimes with vegetables.
Risotto
1. noun Italian dish made from rice cooked by intermittently adding small amounts of stock or broth. Other ingredients are added as required.
Tartare
1. noun Ground or finely chopped, seasoned raw meat (traditionally beef). May or may not come mounded, and with a raw egg.
Terrine
1. noun An earthenware container, or the dish cooked therein.

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