Formerly known as Restaurant Week Boston, Dine Out Boston 2022 runs August 7-20. Just in time before school starts and summer Fridays end, take advantage of all the dining deals across the city to try a new restaurant or return to your old favorite that you haven’t visited in a while.
Dine Out Boston Deals
Participating restaurants are offering prix fixe menus for both lunch and dinner. While there are a few different price options, they are all great opportunities to try out what each restaurant has to offer. Usually, they select their most popular or seasonal summer dishes when creating the menus.
Lunches are available at $22, $27 or $32 and dinner menus range from $36 to $46. You may notice that these are all a tad higher than they have been historically and unfortunately not only were restaurants among the hardest hit during the pandemic, but they are also not immune to the price increases the entire economy is facing. However, these are prices for multi-course meals so they are definitely still a deal.
Which restaurants are participating in Dine Out Boston?
There are so many great restaurants participating in Dine Out Boston this year. Visit Boston is the sponsor of Dine Out Boston and has a site where you can easily sort by neighborhood, cuisine or price point to see who is participating. But here are a few of our top picks across the city:
Back Bay: Back Bay Social, Banks Fish House, Bistro du Midi, the Capital Grill and Eddie Vs
Seaport: Ocean Prime, Para Maria at the Envoy, Serafina Seaport
South End: Boston Chops, Brasserie, Elephant Walk, Mida and Trophy Room
Harvard Square: Bar Enza, Harvest, the hourly Oyster House, Toscano
Dorchester: dbar and Venezia
Downtown: Koy, Palm, Q Restaurant, Union Oyster House
Dine Out Boston, i.e. restaurant week, runs from August 7-20, excluding Fridays and Saturdays. So book a table now so you can try somewhere new before summer is over! And for the best list of restaurants to try any time of year check out our top 34 restaurants or our best bars in Boston when you don’t want the night to end.