The “3 for $3" menu at the bar (also offered on Saturday) features beloved classics such as grilled lamb chops and Cape Cod oysters. 5-7 p.m. 33 Stanhope St., Boston, 617-572-3311, 33restaurant.com
What’s better than $14 for a dozen oysters (other than a friend to share them with)? Two glasses of Taittinger champagne for an additional $20. Fairmont Battery Wharf, 3 Battery Wharf, Boston, 617-994-9000, sensingrestaurant.com.
Longing for a night out but don’t know what to do about the little ones? Chef Rachel Klein of Aura offers a special menu that has something for everyone in the family, from adults to toddlers. One Seaport Lane, Boston, 617-385-4300, aurarestaurant.com.
The Langham hotel’s infamous chocolate bar tempts waist-watchers every Saturday. The all-you-can-eat buffet of cacao decadence is provided by pastry chef Jed Hackney. $38 for adults, $25 for kids ages five to12. The Langham, 250 Franklin St., Boston, 617-956-8751, boston.langhamhotels.com.
Couples get the the VIP treatment: five courses for $75 per person. Perfect for anniversaries, or simply an excuse to splurge. Fairmont Battery Wharf, 3 Battery Wharf, Boston, 617-994-9000, sensingrestaurant.com.
Chef Mary Dumont’s $35 three-course prix fixe brunch features items like blueberry and ricotta pancakes and red-wine-poached farm eggs. Wash those down with a few “eye-openers" and you’ll be ready to start your day. 44 Brattle St., Cambridge, 617-868-2255, harvestcambridge.com.
A $38 three-course prix fixe menu includes dishes inspired by all regions of the Mediterranean, from Spain to North Africa. 502 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, 617-576-1900, rendezvouscentralsquare.com.
This offshoot of J.P.’s ever-popular Ten Tables offers $38 Sunday suppers to satisfy hungry Cantabrigians. 5 Craigie Cir., Cambridge, 617-576-5444, tentables.net.
Myers + Chang
Osters and Pabst Blue Ribbon tall boys are both $1 each. We’ll let you decide if you want to combine the two. 1145 Washington St., Boston, 617-542-5200, myersandchang.com.
A $40 prix fixe changes weekly, offering three courses of inspired Italian dishes. 75 Arlington St., Boston, 617-357-4810, davios.com.
A taste of New York in Chestnut Hill: Every Sunday the Met offers a deli-inspired menu, featuring sandwiches made from local, organic breads and filled with a generous portion of house-cured or roasted meats. 1210 Boylston St. (Route 9), Chestnut Hill, 617-731-0600, metclubandbar.com.
Executive chef Rodney Murillo evokes Mediterranean flavors with his weekly Spanish Suppers, offered for just $28 for three courses. One Charles St., South Boston, 617-267-4810, avilarestaurant.com.