Surf and turf has never looked so el­e­gant at Sea­port’s new­est eatery, Mas­tro’s Ocean Club.

Boston Common - - CONTENTS - –Stacey Mar­cus

WAY ABOVE BOARD

True food­ies al­ready know—Mas­tro’s Ocean Club is worth cross­ing land and sea just for even a fork­ful of the Ahi tuna tostada, lob­ster-mashed pota­toes and oh, that two-foot seafood tower. The top-tier steak and seafood restau­rant, with lo­ca­tions in Bev­erly Hills and Man­hat­tan, among oth­ers, has opened its new, vis­ually-ar­rest­ing space on Fan Pier. De­signer Marissa La­cov­oni smartly out­fit­ted the front en­trance with a brick-mir­rored wall where din­ers can af­firm their fab­u­lous­ness while watch­ing col­or­ful cock­tails waltz by. “We wanted a mod­ern in­ter­pre­ta­tion of tra­di­tional New Eng­land style,” says Mas­tro’s Gen­eral Man­ager Peter Pa­page­lis. “We filled the space with cus­tom light­ing, stonework and art.” Food­wise, Ex­ec­u­tive Chef Todd Kozaka, who earned his stripes at Le­gal Seafoods and Flem­ing’s Prime Steak & Wine Bar, adds sig­na­ture down East flare with ten­der filets and lip-smack­ing sauteéd sea scal­lops. Don’t for­get to cap the night off with a slice of Mas­tro’s sig­na­ture warm but­ter cake. 25 Fan Pier Blvd., 617.530.1925, mas­tros­restau­rants.com

Mas­tro’s ahi tuna tartare

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