Boston Restaurant Week starts on Sunday, August 5th. So, are you ready to dine at one of these restaurants that offers a prixe fixe menu?

Boston Restaurant Week

Predominantly, this is a chance to try new restaurants or visit your regular favorites. First and foremost, get ready to mark your calendar.

Consequently, this happens twice a year. Be sure to visit my Boston Restaurant Week March post 2018 to read more. Similarly to Boston, many states and cities have their own variation of this regularly. At the same time, this offers foodies the chance to try out new restaurant, sample new offerings of food and cuisine.

In my opinion, this is a wonderful opportunity to experience different lunches or dinners at affordable prices at a restaurant you may not usually dine at.

Boston Restaurant Week Participation

Since not every restaurant participates, make sure you check out the list of participating eateries. Because most people are trying to not overspend; restaurant week is the opportunity to try a place you may not normally consider dining at.

For the best dining experience, make sure you do your homework. By this I mean, check out menus online. Compare restaurants in various areas to see what is being offered. As you’re looking at the menu, see what types of appetizers and entrees are being offered. For instance, you don’t want to dine at a new place that doesn’t usually have a similar type of food on their regular menu. Of course, the key is to find a restaurant that has a similar type of offerings regularly.

Boston Restaurant Week Reservations

Are you counting down the days before restaurant week starts? Whether you’re looking for a restaurant in the city or suburbs; surely you will find an eatery that appeals to your taste buds.

Now is the perfect opportunity to try out a restaurant that you usually cannot afford. Be sure to check-out the regular prices on a menu before making a reservation.

Be open minded. In essence, the key is to open your appetite to different types of food. Are you ready to make reservations? In conclusion, you can phone the restaurant directly. Or, you can make reservations through Open Table.

What restaurants will you be dining at during Boston Restaurant Week?

As always, I look forward to your comments.