Where to Eat for Dine Out Boston


Boston has so many great restaurants, it’s hard to keep up. And that’s where Dine Out Boston comes into place. #DineOutBoston happens twice a year and provides locals with the opportunity to sample local restaurants at special prices. So many great restaurants participate with three-course menus so you can get a good taste of what they offer. A taste of what they offer. See what we did there. Check out our list to see a few of our favorites who are participating.



Rochambeau’s 3-course dinner runs for $38. Starts include a caesar salad, pate, or meatballs. For a second course, choose from salmon provencal, grilled cornish hen, or zucchini schnitzel. Dessert choices include chocolate mousse or a lemon tart. 



Scampo will be offering a 3-course lunch for just $25. Starters include porcini mushroom soup, a shrimp & arugula salad, or prosciutto with truffle honey and gruyere cheese puffs. For a main dish, choose from lemon sole, burrata & pear ravioli, or veal scaloppini. Dessert options include Lydia Shire’s tiramisu, fruit sorbet, or a cookie plate. 


City Table

City Table’s 3-course dinner runs for $38. Starters include a chopped salad, oysters, and burrata. They’re offering five different entree options; standouts include their brie burger and Green Circle Farms chicken. For dessert, choose from either carrot cake or chocolate mousse.



Talulla is offering a 3-course dinner for $38 with an optional wine pairing for an additional $28. Starters include asparagus salad, potato soup, charred broccoli, or fish pate. Mains include a beet risotto, haddock, and several more options. Of their several dessert options, we’re eyeing the vanilla panna cotta and the hazelnut cake. 


Post 390

Head to Post 390 for a 3-course dinner for just $38. Wine pairings are an additional $22, but you can also get beer pairings by request. Appetizers include pumpkin soup, an apple mesclun salad, or pate. For an entree, choose from steak tips, mushroom ravioli, or salmon. Desserts include banana cream pie, dark chocolate cake, or a stack of chocolate chip cookies.



For a cozy meal, head to Quattro in the North End. Their 3-course menu runs for $33 per person and has a much wider variety of options. Choose from 6 different antipasti like fried calamari, arancini, meatballs, and more. Secondi include several pizza options, as well as grilled swordfish, wild mushroom ravioli, and gnocchi. And for dessert, choose from two classics: tiramisu and cannoli.