Deals to Tide You Over

If the announcement of Restaurant Week Boston has whet your appetite for dining deals, look no further. Boston chefs are offering bargain bites and discount dishes to tide you over till Restaurant Week (also known as Dine Out Boston) rolls in on Sunday, August 14th. Follow your belly to any of the spots below to satisfy your hankerings sans the wallet damage.

Monday deals take you across the map with a slew of global bites on offer like Tavolo’s cichetti for cheap, Empire’s unlimited sushi and exotic app and drink pairings at The Bristol. Or, if you prefer a marine twist to your Monday, belly up to the bar at L’Andana for dollar bivalves.

Tuesdays are for tacos, of course, with tortillas available as a trio at Met Back Bay, for $2 apiece at Tremont 647, on special at Loco and as part of a beer deal at Tico. Or, take to the seas with $1 oysters at Alba.

In need of wine by Wednesday? Tamo comes to the rescue with a flight deal and Alba pours theirs at a discount. Rather brine than wine? Novara has dollar bivalve hours and Scarlet Oak does the half-shells for $1 each.

Pizza and pints are the name of the game on Thursdays with Puritan’s bar pie special, Park’s weekly cask night and Russell House’s beer debut. If you’re still craving those weekday oyster deals, head to Brine for $1 bivalves or swing by Ashmont Grill for dollar shucks.

Go hog wild to kick off the weekend—BISq puts suckling pig on the menu with a special plate every Friday night. And, of course, there’s oysters to be had: Tavern Road serves up $1 half-shells and Les Zygomates has a briny bargain with dollar offerings.

Saturdays are for sipping. Lincoln Tavern adds some effervescence to brunch with buckets of bubbles and Miel hosts an afternoon rosé tasting through the summer. On the sea fare front, Dante offers their daily oyster happy hour, $1 apiece.

Start the week (or end the weekend) on a tasty note—Sundays are all about burgers and dogs, like CBC’s specialty hot dog deal and South End Buttery’s burger-and-beer offerings. And, half-shell happenings take place at spots like Back Bay Harry’s with afternoon oysters and Bergamot for $1 bivalves.


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