If you like the idea of a year-round public market in Boston, head to any of more than twenty-five of the Boston area’s top restaurants on Tuesday, November 1st when they host specially designed dinners in support of the Boston Public Market Association. The Chefs’ Harvest Dinners, as they’re called, feature local seasonal foods and can be enjoyed at participating restaurants like Aujourd’hui at The Four Seasons, Aura at the Seaport Hotel, Caffe Umbra, Chez Henri, Great Bay, Grill 23 & Bar, Harvest, Henrietta’s Table, L’Espalier, Lumiere, Mare, Meritage at the Boston Harbor Hotel, No. 9 Park, Oleana, Perdix, Radius, Rialto at the Charles Hotel, Spire at the Nine Zero Hotel, UpStairs on the Square and Via Matta, among others. The dinners, which start at 7:00pm, cost $200 per person, with proceeds supporting the Boston Public Market Association’s mission to provide quality fresh and locally produced food to city residents via a public market. Ten percent of the proceeds from the dinners will be donated to Hurricane Katrina Disaster Relief through Second Harvest. Call 617.492.7137 for reservations or check out the Association’s website for more information.