Treat Yourself to an Aged Steak at St. Anselm

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St. Anselm, which just opened about two months ago in the Union Market neighborhood, is an American tavern specializing in grilled meats and fresh ingredients simply cooked. While steak is a specialty, Chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley’s creativity doesn’t stop there — delicious food, eclectic wines, and classic cocktails set the tone for a great experience. Try favorite dishes like the Lamb Tartare with pickled currants and grilled flatbread, or the Pork Porterhouse with apricot chutney. Sides include unique takes on traditional steakhouse fare; pair your protein with pan-fried mashed potatoes, cauliflower with tahini and puffed amaranth, or creamy kale.

The restaurant features a 120-seat dining room, 13-seat chef’s counter, a 19-seat U-shaped bar, and an 18-seat patio. The space has a vintage 1880s feel to it with warm wood paneling, ornate chandeliers, and intricately patterned rugs. St. Anselm is open daily for dinner at 5 p.m. and also serves a weekend brunch starting at 10 a.m.

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