Don’t panic if you haven’t made a reservation – or even thought that far ahead – yet. We’ve got your back with a quick, simple roundup of multi-course, prix-fixe menus all over the city, so now all you have to do is figure out which card to buy.
Want the Agenda’s takes on where you should eat this Valentine’s Day? Read the team’s top 3 choices in last week’s Dear Agenda column.
The 5-course tasting menu, made to be shared, includes oysters in the half shell with Raspberry and Prosecco Mignonette, Seared Tuna Nicoise, Whipped Ricotta Toroloni and Strawberry Prosecco Compote. See the full menu, available February 10-17, here. $175 per couple.
The restaurant is offering a blackboard menu as a 3-course prix-fixe option with items such as Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese Ravioli, Orzo Pasta and Banana Creme Pie. See the full menu here. $75 per person.
The 4-course prix-fixe menu includes options such as a cheese and charcuterie plate, Crown Rack of Lamb, Creamed Spinach Stuffed Portabella Mushroom and Layered Triple Chocolate Mousse. See the full menu, available February 9-10 and 14, here. $95 per couple.
Choose between 3 and 4 courses with items like Tuna Tartare, Beef Carpaccio, Elk Loin, Butter Poached Lobster and a Pomelo Rose Tart. The menu is available February 9-14 and costs $85-95.
The three-course prix-fixe menu includes a Tableside Lobster Bisque, Beef and Scallop and Deconstructed Carrot Cake. See the full menu, available February 10-11 and 14, here. $48++ per guest, $70++ per guest with wine.
Known for its pre-fixe menus, the restaurant is serving a 5-course meal with items like Duck Confit, Salmon, Beef Filet and Red Velvet Cheesecake. See the full menu, available February 9-17, here. $175 per person, wine included.
The three-course menu includes options like a lettuce wedge, lobster bisque, 11-ounce filet, 22-ounce Cowboy Ribeye and a pudding and chocolate cake pairing for dessert. Sides and complements such as jumbo seared scallops and grilled asparagus with hollandaise included, wine pairings optional. See the full menu, available February 9-18, here. $80-100 per person.
On the simpler side, the menu offers Lamb Belly Porchetta and Lobster for Two, served in a cast iron pan over and oyster and lobster stew, with Ice Box Chocolate Cake for dessert. $80 per couple.
The 4-course tasting menu includes Grilled Trumpet Mushroom & Shaved Asparagus Salad, Charred Scallion Gnocchi, Roast Duck Breast and Hazelnut Semi freddo for dessert. $65 per person, available February 9, 10 and 14.
Alternatively, a roasted whole fish, wrapped with lemon-braised artichokes, is available for $55.
The newest edition to the South End cocktail scene is offering a 4-course menu that includes a Kumamoto oyster shooter, pomegranate and King Crab salpicon and dry age crispy duck. $125 per couple.