Restaurant Week in the South End

Over a dozen eateries are participating in the fixed-price extravaganza.

The South End is well represented in this summer's Restaurant Week line-up, giving you ample opportunity to save some cash while eating out in the neighborhood. Below is a list of restaurants participating in the two-week event, which runs August 14-19 and 20-26. During Restaurant Week, two- and three-course lunches are $15.11 and $20.11, respectively, and three-course dinners are $33.11.

Reservations are recommended if not required and can often be made through the Restaurant Week website

Aquitaine: Serving two and three-course lunches as well as a dinner menu featuring an heirloom tomato tart and chermoula rubbed St. Louis ribs. (617) 424-8577.

B&G Oysters: Serving lunch only. Appetizers include lobster beignets with avocado aioli and arugula followed by an entree menu featuring a fried oyster BLT. (617) 423-0550.

The Beehive: Create your own fixed-price meal from the Beehive's regular menu for lunch, dinner and even brunch on weekends. Extra charges apply to certain items. (617) 423-0069.

The Butcher Shop: For dinner, choose between steak and pork belly entrees paired with starters like the lamb carpaccio or cucumber soup. For lunch, diners can enjoy a roasted pork panini or orecchiette with smoked mushrooms and broccoli rabe. (617) 423-4800.

Darryl's Corner Bar & Kitchen: Dinner options include roasted Atlantic haddock, jambalaya and Bob's Glorified Chicken followed by mile high chocolate cake or the red velvet version. (617) 536-1100.

: Dinner includes an appetizer, choice of two tapas and dessert. Choose from a lengthy list of small plates including crispy eggplant fries, marinated grilled baby octopus and homemade beef meatballs with brandy cream. (617) 266-0443.

Gaslight: Hors d'oeuvres include crispy fried brie cheese, Parisienne crepes and crispy Bayonne ham deviled eggs. Follow-up with Trout Almondine, tagliatelle with rock shrimp or a marinated flank steak. (617) 422-0224.

Masa: Stop by for lunch or dinner at Masa and get half off wine by the glass and bottles of wine from a special reserve wine list. Dinner entrees include crispy organic chicken, steak frites and swiss chard and ricotta enchiladas. (617) 338-8884.

Metropolis Cafe: Start off with pan fried mini lobster cakes with mango salsa and move on to dinner entrees featuring wild striped bass, crispy chicken confit and cannelloni stuffed with basil and summer squash. (617) 247-2931.

Noche: Dinner at Noche includes appetizers like the smoked beef brisket and corn arepas and an entree list featuring baked stuffed Verrill Farm tomatoes and the house smoked pork duo. (617) 482-0117.

Oishii Boston: A special fixed-price three-course lunch menu will be served during Restaurant Week. (617) 482-8868.

Petit Robert Bistro: Stop by for lunch or dinner at Petit Robert. Dinner entrees include roast duck and grilled Artic Char with chives followed by chocolat fondant or peach cake. (617) 867-0600.

Sibling Rivalry: Brother-chefs David and Bob each have their own Restaurant Week menu. For dinner, choose between ancho chili-rubbed skirt steak and braised beef brisket, seared jumbo Cape scallops and Tuna Provencale. (617) 338-5338.

Toro: Choose one starter per person, then choose 5 tapas for 2 people, 8 tapas for 3 people, 10 for 4 people, etc. An extensive tapas menue includes chickpea puree with argon oil, tripe and pork stew with coconut and salt cod fritters with lemon rings. Braised beef short ribs are $2 extra. (617) 536-4300.

Tremont 647: Stop by for lunch or dinner. Nighttime entrees include buttermilk fried pork chops and lemon and garlic spit roasted chicken. On Sunday, Monday and Wednesday you can also order steak frites with blue cheese butter or blackened catfish with lobster remoulade. (617) 266-4600.

Union Bar and Grille: Entrees include crispy skate, grilled brandt flank steak and Union's signature cheese ravioli. Finish it off with spiced carrot cake or baked chocolate pudding. (617) 423-0545.


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