Boston magazine is turning its annual celebration of the local restaurant scene into a supportive, fundraising, city-wide shindig full of diverse dining content, meaningful conversations, cooking and cocktail demonstrations along with a Taste Passport for you to use around town. One hundred percent of the ticket proceeds from Taste 2020 will benefit the Mass Restaurants United, the coalition of independent Massachusetts restaurant professionals advocating for industry survival, repair and rebuild from the current COVID-19 pandemic.
How it works – to get involved, buy your $15 ticket online and get all of the Taste 2020 programs as well as your Taste Passport. The Taste Passport gives you access to dining deals and takeout specials over the month starting Monday, November 16th until Wednesday, December 30th. Your ticket also gives you access and automatically registers you to all the virtual events, so all you have to do is tune into the ones that you want. The virtual events are available nightly starting at 7:00pm from Monday, November 16th – Friday, November 20th.
With your Taste Passport you can enjoy deals from local eateries like Citizen, Clink, Oak Long Bar + Kitchen, Black Lamb, Citrus & Salt, MIDA, Grill 23 & Bar, Pammy’s, Field & Vine, Urban Hearth and Waypoint (just to name a few). Take a peek at the full participating restaurant list and all of the events that are happening here. Make sure to get your ticket online now to start organizing your delicious passport travels around town while supporting local eateries.