Looking to squeeze in a few extra outings during Restaurant Week Boston? Don’t overlook all the amazing lunch options. With more than 65 participating spots offering delightful, multi-course midday meals for a steal ($22, $27 or $32), there’s plenty to choose from and more than enough to satisfy any hankering.
You can head for Harvard Square to enjoy a House Seared Tuna Sandwich with confit portobello, arugula and harissa aioli on ciabatta at The Hourly; make for Tremont Street in the South End to sit down to Moules Frites with Pernod butter sauce, crème fraîche and shaved fennel at B&G Oysters; or take in views of the Zakim while you tuck into an Heirloom Tomato BLT with crispy confit bacon and aïoli on grilled sourdough from the team at Alcove. If you’re over in the Seaport, book a table at Serafina for Bacon Wrapped Scallops with Vincotto, arugula salad dressed with lemon & EVOO; or if Beacon Hill is more convenient, secure a spot at Scampo for a summery plate of Burrata & fresh peach salad with cashew dressing, radish & frisee.
Peruse the full list of lunch options online here and start planning a luxurious and delicious midday break.