Calling all Boston foodies — the summer edition of Dine Out Boston begins this weekend, meaning it’s the perfect time to try some of Boston’s best restaurants during this culinary celebration.
From Sun., Aug. 7-Sat., Aug. 20, participating restaurants are offering prix fixe menus for lunch + dinner, ranging from $22-46, encouraging residents to skip the dishes and let the professionals do the cooking.
Formerly known as Restaurant Week Boston, the program is hosted by the Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau + these two weeks of deals help support local restaurants.
With 100+ restaurants participating, there is no shortage of options, whether you’re craving Italian, seafood, or sushi. Here are just a few restaurants to check out during these special two weeks.
Bacco, 107 Salem St.
Enjoy the dinner menu Sunday through Friday, featuring three-course options like crispy garlic calamari with spicy peppers, butternut squash ravioli + gnocchi bolognese for $46.
Bar ‘Cino, 1032 Beacon St., Brookline
The special menu features seasonal options for the three courses, including grilled peaches, grilled salmon with summer vegetable panzanella, and poached plums with vanilla gelato for $36 per person.
Pazza on Porter, 107 Porter St.
The dinner menu is available Sunday through Friday for $36 per person and includes starters like fried burrata + fig and ricotta bruschetta. Pro tip: make reservations to stop by Next Door Eastie while you’re in East Boston.
Serafina Seaport, 11 Fan Pier Blvd.
Make lunch reservations for Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays to try the menu available for $27. Take a look at our experience to eat with your eyes before you go.
Toscano, Harvard Square, 52 Brattle St.
A three-course dinner here could feature prosciutto with melon, Veal Scaloppini Limone + panna cotta for $46 per person, available Sunday through Friday.
Reservations are highly encouraged, and can be made through the Dine Out Boston website or directly through the restaurants. Who knows, you may be about to discover your new favorite spot.