As we head towards the conclusion of The Five Days of Meat, here's a look at the average steak price, calculated per ounce, for a filet at various restaurants in the area. The second chart groups the Boston proper restaurants into neighborhoods and shows the average price per ounce in each of those neighborhoods. These numbers don't take into account quality (several are certified USDA Prime, aged, etc.) or serving (some come with potatoes, vegetables, etc.), but there are still some interesting takeaways. The Capital Grille, for one, surprisingly appears fairly low on the scale ($3.63/ounce). On the unsurprising side, the glitzy Seaport District is the most expensive neighborhood for steak by far, with an average price of $5.41 per ounce, courtesy of Morton's and Del Frisco's. Take a look.
Eater intern Lilienne Sexton contributed research to this post.
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