18 restaurants serving up Dine Out Boston deals for the first time

The weeklong food fest starts Monday.

La Motta, in the South End, is one of the restaurants participating in Dine Out Boston. The Boston Globe

If you love going out to eat and also love scoring a good deal, you’re in luck: From March 6-11 and March 13-18, 170 participating local eateries will offer prix fixe menus at varying special prices thanks to Dine Out Boston (formerly known as Restaurant Week).

Lunch costs $15, $20, or $25, and dinner runs $28, $33, or $38, depending on the restaurant. The event is sponsored by the Greater Boston Convention & Bureau and American Express.

Diners will also have a chance to win a $100 gift certificate through an Instagram contest. All you have to do is take a photo of your meal at a participating restaurant, tag it with #DineOutBoston, and share it on your social channels. Each day, the person who gets the most “votes’’ (meaning the combination of likes, shares, and retweets from Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter combined) on his or her photo will score a gift card to one of the Dine Out Boston restaurants picked at random.


There are also 18 restaurants participating in this Dine Out Boston for the first time. Here’s a list of all the establishments that decided to join the fun this time around:

Bostonia Public House (131 State St., Downtown): $38 for dinner

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Champions at Boston Marriott Copley Place (110 Huntington Ave., Back Bay): $20 for lunch, $28 for dinner

Del Frisco’s Chestnut Hill (33 Boylston St., Suite 3370, Chestnut Hill): $20 for lunch, $33 for dinner

La Voile Brookline (1627 Beacon St., Brookline): $25 for lunch, $38 for dinner

Gaslight Lynnfield (1100 Market St., Lynnfield): $20 for lunch, $33 for dinner

La Motta’s Italian Specialties (1357 Washington St., South End): $33 for dinner

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Legal Oysteria (10 City Square, Charlestown): $20 for lunch, $33 for dinner

Novara (556 Adams St., Milton): $33 for dinner

Ocean Prime (140 Seaport Blvd., Seaport): $25 for lunch

Outlook Kitchen + Bar (70 Sleeper St., Seaport): $20 for lunch, $38 for dinner

P.F. Chang’s at Prudential Center (The Shops at Prudential Center, 800 Boylston St., Back Bay): $20 for lunch, $28 for dinner

Papa Razzi Metro (2 Wall St., Burlington): $20 for lunch, $33 for dinner

Rocco’s Cucina & Bar (450 Commercial St., North End): $15 for lunch, $28 for dinner

SELECT Oyster Bar (50 Gloucester St., Back Bay): $25 for lunch

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Sfizi Tapas & Kitchen (135 Richmond St., Dorchester): $33 for dinner

State Street Provisions (255 State St., Downtown): $28 for dinner


Tuscan Kitchen (24 New England Executive Park, Burlington): $25 for lunch, $38 for dinner

Viale (502 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge): $33 for dinner

Update: A previous version of this post incorrectly stated the dates of Dine Out Boston. The event lasts for two weeks, not one.

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