AKA Restaurant Week
Written by Heather Foley
It’s the most wonderful time of the year…It’s restaurant week! If you’ve been looking to break out of your dinner (and in some cases lunch) routine and try a new joint, Boston Restaurant Week is for you. From August 16th – 21st and 23rd – 28th participating restaurants offer dinner deals starting at $33 and lunch deals at $15. And the best part? There are Southie, Seaport, and Waterfront restaurants participating, so you get to use your resident parking sticker and give your Uber account a break…unless you’re going to be drinking, don’t be a dink. Check out this handy dandy list of Southie restaurants, click on the restaurant for their menu.
Check out this handy dandy list of Southie restaurants, click on the restaurant for their menu.
Barlows $15 for two course lunch, $33 for three course dinner. We have a lobster roll, I repeat we have a lobster roll.
Bastille Kitchen $38 for three course dinner. Three entree choices including steak frites, also known as my jam.
Blue Dragon $38 for five (yes five) course dinner. If you haven’t had Blue Dragon’s “The Cookie” you haven’t lived.
Del Frisco’s $25 for three course lunch. You had me at honey dew melon jalapeno gazpacho.
M.C. Spiedo $20 three course lunch and $38 three course dinner. I do love a Bolognese.
Morton’s Steakhouse $20 for three course lunch, $38 for three course dinner. Honey chili salmon for the win.
Rosa Mexicano $20 for three course lunch, $33 for three course dinner. I didn’t even know lobster flautas were a thing but now I need them in my life.
Strega Waterfront $20 for three course lunch, $33 for three course dinner. Worth it for the meatball alone.
TAMO $20 for two course lunch, $33 for three course dinner. Desserts include a s’mores dish that has jumped to the tippity top of my to do list.
Wherever you go for Restaurant Week, make sure you tell them Caught In Southie sent you. It won’t get you anything, but you should tell them anyway.