Boston Restaurants Open for Holidays

 

Valentine’s Day

Flowers and chocolates are all well and good for Valentine’s Day, but how about treating your sweetie to a truly romantic evening of culinary delights? Boston’s best chefs and restaurants are planning all sorts of fun for lovebirds. Here are your best bets for Boston restaurants open for Valentine’s Day.

Easter

Whether you’re looking for a place to go after church, after your annual Easter egg hunt, or just looking for a menu full of spring lamb, asparagus and other harbingers of warmer weather, lots of Boston restaurants have planned all manner of deliciously celebratory meals. Here are your best bets for Boston restaurants open for Easter.

Mother’s Day

Make a fuss over Mom this Mother’s Day with a special meal out – some of Boston’s finest restaurants are offering special brunches, lunches and dinners just in her honor. Here are your best bets for Boston restaurants open for Mother’s Day.

Father’s Day

Do something a little different for Father’s Day this year – skip the tie or the cuff links – and take Dad out for a relaxing meal at his favorite restaurant, where he won’t have to fire up the grill himself or make his own drinks. Here are your best bets for Boston restaurants open for Father’s Day.

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving, every foodie’s favorite holiday – it’s all about the eats and there are no presents to buy – is fast-approaching. See which of your favorite Boston restaurants are open for Thanksgiving.

Christmas Eve

Once you’ve hung your stockings by the chimney with care, head out for a Christmas Eve dinner – some of the city’s top chefs have put together spectacular holiday menus (much more satisfying than visions of sugar plums dancing in your head). Here are your best bets for Boston restaurants open for Christmas Eve

Christmas Day

Get comfy and enjoy a wonderful Christmas Day meal at any of these spots, each of which will be serving up special, festive meals for holiday diners. Here are your best bets for Boston restaurants open for Christmas Day.

New Year’s Eve

Boston restaurants have an array of festivities planned to ring in the new year – from elaborate multi-course meals to parties that go on until the wee hours. Here are your best bets for Boston restaurants open for New Year’s Eve.

New Year’s Day

Whether you’re starting the new year bright eyed and bushy tailed or still recovering from a rowdy evening out on the town, make your first meal of 2016 a great one. Here are your best bets for Boston restaurants open for New Year’s Day.


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Boston’s Best Outdoor Dining

Boston’s outdoor dining season is all too brief…whether you’re looking for a sunny spot where you can watch the world go by, or a quiet little urban oasis in which to enjoy dinner, there’s an al fresco area to suit your mood in this rundown of Boston restaurants with outdoor dining.

The Best Restaurants on Cape Cod

When heading down Cape there’s one way to guarantee yourself a great meal. Pick from the best restaurants on Cape Cod.

Brunching in Boston

Weekends are short – make the most of the two-day leisure time with brunch. See some Saturday and Sunday spots to unwind before the work week begins all over again with this list of Boston restaurants serving brunch.

Build Your Own Bloody Mary

Whatever you’re looking for—hair of the dog, a kick without the caffeine or an extra dose of veggies—the Bloody Mary reigns supreme at the brunch table. You can customize your cocktail at these Boston restaurants with DIY Bloody Mary bars.

Get Cozy By the Fire

When the cold weather hits, it’s time to hunker down in front of the fire. Luckily (for those of us who don’t have hearths at home), there are more than a few spots around town where you can enjoy an amazing meal by flickering firelight. Cozy up and dine at Boston restaurants with fireplaces.

Kitchenside Seats

See how the sausage is made – almost literally – at  these kitchen-side seats where you can watch the culinary goings-on while you eat. You can see cookers, shuckers, ceviche-makers and sushi rollers doing their thing, thanks to these Boston restaurants with chef’s tables and counters.