Dine Out Boston (formerly known as “Restaurant Week”) returns for two glorious weeks this March, giving you the chance to enjoy some of Boston’s best restaurants at special prices. Not only is it a great opportunity to enjoy a delicious meal, but the event includes an auction that goes toward helping a local charity.
Read on to learn all of the important details about 2020 Dine Out Boston.
When is Dine Out Boston 2020?
Dine Out Boston takes place twice a year. This year, the event will run from March 1-6 and 8-13, and again for a two-week period in August.
How Much Does It Cost to Eat Out During Dine Out Boston?
Many local Boston restaurants participate in Dine Out Boston and you can select one of three price options to offer a prix fixe menu during the restaurant week.
Lunch prices are $15, $20 and $25 and Dinner prices are $28, $33, $38. Prices are per person and do not include beverages, tax, or gratuity.
Menus are prix fixe so make sure to check out the menus beforehand online to make sure it’s something you’d be interested in. Also, you may want to compare prices to their regular menu items and specials as some restaurants have better deals than others.
How Do You Take Part in Dine Out Boston?
The great thing about this promotion is no coupons, vouchers, or special passes are required. Each participating restaurant will have its own special menu, and you just let the server know you want to dine from the Dine Out Boston menu.
Because of the popularity of this event, it’s strongly recommended that you make reservations as these restaurants will likely be more crowded than usual.
Which Restaurants Will be Participating?
You can browse the full list of Dine Out Boston restaurants and get details about their special menu offerings here.
Which Charity Will Benefit from Dine Out Boston?
This year’s charitable partner is ProStart®, part of the MRA Educational Foundation. The give students the chance to learn about the restaurant industry and build essential skills needed for career success.
For more information on all of this, make sure to visit DineOutBoston.com.
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