Fleming's Prime Steakhouse
7321 Corporate Blvd, Baton Rouge, LA 70809
Since the first Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar opened in 1998, we've raised the standard of excellence for steakhouses to a whole new level, winning awards all over the country for outstanding food, wine and service. Stylish, contemporary dining is the hallmark of Fleming's. As our name implies, our menu features the finest in prime beef, augmented by a tempting variety of chops, seafood, chicken, generous salads, inventive side orders and indulgent desserts, Our celebrated wine list, known as the Fleming's 100, boasts some of the finest wines in the world, all available by the glass. Our goal is to provide ongoing celebration of exceptional food and wine, in the company of friends and family. We think you'll find the atmosphere inviting, the spirit generous and joyful, and the overall experience one you won't soon forget.
Corporate Office: (949) 222-2223
Atmosphere: Casual, Elegant
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: No
Cuisines: American, Steakhouse
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
06/12/2011Provided by Citysearch -
We got there with no reservation on a Saturday night and had a table in about 10min. The food was excellent and the staff was terrific. This was a great experience and we will definitely be back. My steak was so tender I cut with my fork and it melted in my mouth. I would recommend this place to anyone.
When a party of six arrived, we had to wait an hour and a half, although we had previously made reservations. The noise level in the restaurant was terrible. My steak and my brothers steak was undercooked. We had asked for medium and they came out very rare. We wanted to have them recooked but our waiter, who was very nice, told us it would be about 20-25 minutes due to the number in the restaurant. We ended up not paying for these 2 steaks. The sides were very good so was the salad. I would rate it as a 2 star.
08/24/2008Provided by Citysearch -
A warming - Flemmings is very busy on the weekend. My husband and I had reservations on a Saturday but when we got there, they said that we would still have about an hour wait. We were not willing to wait when we had confirmed reservations and almost did not come back (I have heard this complaint from others, so perhaps they need to be more accurate with their reservation scheduling).
I don't think I would ever go back on the weekend. Luckily we came back on a weeknight and the results were much better.
We found the staff to be quite attentive yet not overly so. Just the right level for the type of place and price level. A lovely starter of cheese spread, tapinade and crudite was delivered and we were given time to make our choice. Everything we ordered was delicious. Our steaks were cooked perfectly - a rare thing (no pun intended) in the restaurants I've tried. The sides we got were also good. The homemade bread was the best I'd ever had in a restaurant - crisp on the outside but chewy on the inside. We have been a few times now and the food has never disappointed.
Flemmings is not a cheap night out, especially if you want wine with your dinner (it IS a wine bar as well as a steakhouse!) so expect a decent dent in the wallet. I never mind the occasional splure if the food is worth the price and in my opinion, Flemmings IS worth the price.
08/19/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Fleming's definitely serves the best prime steak in Baton Rouge. Everything else about the restaurant is just as impressive; service, atmosphere, etc. From the moment you walk in the door, you are treated as a customer should be. The side dishes are very generous. We loved everything and have no complaints!
09/20/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Love it! This was my 3rd visit to the Flemings in Baton Rouge, LA and once again a wonderful and memorable fine dining experience. Being a female fairly often steakhouses feel as if they are geared towards men, not Flemings, it feels comfortable for both men and women. The steaks have been cooked to my desire, top quality meat and seasoned to create a wonderful flavor. The waiters have always well versed on the numerous wines and menu. The atmosphere is upbeat and decor is glamorous. Steakhouses in this city are odd: Ruth's Chris is stuffy, dated and steaks are just seasoned with with butter, Sullivan's is rowdy/night club atmosphere and service is lacking. Flemings in this city is exceptional even compared to others in New Orleans and in other well known cities I travel to for business and vacations. Enjoy!!
05/12/2007Provided by Citysearch -
This place is just not that great. I could see taking a business meeting to Flemings. Beyond that the food is not great. The service is average. It is decorated well beyond that not much. Just expensive to be expensive. I had dinner the night before at Galatoires. It was cheaper there than at Flemings. Get real this place is ok, but just not worth it.
04/09/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Don't get me wrong the food was great, but I didn't appreciate having to wait an hour for a table considering I had a reservation. Service is very good. Steaks are good, although a little on the rare side. It's very pricey but I knew that before going. Overall, considering price, ambiance, and quality, I prefer Sullivan's or Ruth Chris.
02/20/2007Provided by Citysearch -
This is by far, the best steak in Baton Rouge. Huge portions (of everything), and cooked to perfection.
The atmosphere is outstanding. Feels like a private club.
Most importantly, the service is perfect. Baton Rouge suffers from a disease: terrible service. Most restaurants have very young college students as wait staff. They don't know what they're doing, and worse, they could care less. If you really tip based on service, don't expect to spend much in this city. Fleming's is one of the few exceptions. The wait staff has clearly been groomed for service... they just don't do anything wrong. I'd expect this type of service in New York or Vegas, but not in Baton Rouge. The staff alone will keep me coming back for years.
02/03/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Without a doubt, the best steaks in Baton Rouge are served up at Fleming's. The fare at Fleming's is perfectly tender and tasty. The sides are huge, and just as savory as the proteins they accompany. The wine selection is extensive; the appetitzers are well portioned and outsanding; its worth scrimping on the main course to partake in the outstanding deserts. Fleming's is a very classy, highly recomended steak house option.
03/08/2006Provided by Citysearch -
from the moment i was greeted at the door, i could tell that fleming's was nothing like i had experienced here in baton rouge. as i waited for my party to arrive, i quizzed the bartender on a few different types of wines. he was incredibly knowledgeable and friendly. once seated, we were guided through the menu as our server described everything, from the type of steaks they use to where they come from. the meal was a tad expensive, but worth it. we started off with the tuna for an appetizer, which was incredible. i had the petite filet for my meal and, i can honestly say that it was the best piece of steak i have had in awhile. with appetizers and drinks, a dinner for 3 rounded out to around $200. not something i'd like to spend on a daily basis, but i will definitely be back.
05/22/2005Provided by Citysearch -
You experience awe inspiring appearance when you enter the store. The food is top notch. And the service is wonderful. This is one of the top places to dine in Baton Rouge. However do not expect to carry on a conversation if you are sitting anywhere in the middle of the floor area. The noise level is much too high for this style restaurant. I have eaten there 3 times each time sitting in a different area. Each time the noise was too much. I will go again however this location will not be on my regular visit listing.