Thirty North End/Waterfront eateries are participating in Restaurant Week Boston, more than last year’s participants.
Restaurant Week takes place March 18-23 and March 25-30 and features, prix fixe three course dinners for $33.12, three course lunches for $20.12 and two course lunches for $15.12. Prices are per person and exclude beverages, tax and gratuity.
“Restaurant Week is a winner for everyone,” North End Chamber of Commerce President Frank DePasquale said. “Diners love it because of the wonderful prices.” DePasquale is also the owner of several restaurants in the North End.
“March is a great time to visit Boston because Restaurant Week can be combined with a Celtic or Bruins game, a concert, a theatre performance or shopping,” said Patrick B. Moscaritolo, President & CEO of the GBCVB. “With so many restaurants to choose from, locals and visitors alike will enjoy the exceptional value, variety and hospitality of Restaurant Week Boston,” added Moscaritolo.
Restaurant Week Boston is sponsored and presented by founding partners, Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau and American Express. Additional sponsors include Greater Media, Inc. radio stations: MAGIC 106.7 (WMJX), Radio 92.9, 105.7 (WROR), Country 102.5 (WKLB) and Talk 96.9 (WTKK).
Summer Restaurant Week Boston returns August 19-24 and August 26-31, 2012.
Participating Restaurant are as follows:
Aragosta Bar and Bistro-The Fairmont Battery Wharf
Artu Rosticceria & Trattoria
Chart House Restaurant
Meritage The Restaurant-Boston Harbor Hotel
Rowes Wharf Sea Grille-Boston Harbor Hotel
Sel de la Terre
Smith and Wollensky
Strega Restaurant & Lounge
Trattoria di Monica
Trattoria II Panino
Vinoteca Di Monica
Waterline-Boston Marriott Long Wharf