Craig LaBan hits the base of the Comcast Center and visits Table 31, the high-end steakhouse by Chris Scarduzio and Georges Perrier.
Well, it isn’t cheap. All but a couple of the prime steaks cost in the high $30s or well beyond (which is why most restaurants avoid the pricier prime grade). But the quality is high. And it’s also true that this multilevel restaurant with 200-plus seats aspires to be more versatile than a standard-issue steak house. The menu offers some intriguing bistro fare, well-cooked seafood, homemade pasta twirled around fistfuls of crab, and lunchtime sirloin burgers topped with mops of juicy short-rib meat.
Three Bells – Excellent