Sous chef Jamie Braden has joined the weekly brawl against chef David Kinkead at this South End restaurant’s weekly Fight Night, in which two chefs go head to head with different interpretations of the same ingredients. The lineup isn’t the only thing that’s changed: The three-course prix fixe has dropped from $39.99 to $29 per person. 525 Tremont St., Boston, 617-338-5338, siblingrivalryboston.com.
Myers + Chang
Money can’t buy you love, but it can get you and your sweetie a good deal on Asian fare. Mondays (and Tuesdays) are Cheap Date Nights at Myers + Chang, and couples can choose from an array of menus. The total price for two? Just 40 clams. 1145 Washington St., Boston, 617-542-5200, myersandchang.com.
Carnivores can kick off the week by feasting on $4.99 gourmet burgers. 1210 Boylston St. (Route 9), Chestnut Hill, 617-731-0600, metclubandbar.com.
From 6 to 9 p.m., enjoy appetizers like smoked chicken tacos and soy- or honey-glazed wings for half the price. 604 Columbus Ave., Boston, 617-391-0256, storkclubboston.com
Every Monday night, chef Evan Deluty steps aside and lets a visiting Boston chef take over the stoves to present an à la carte menu of Italian eats. Guests will include Andy Husbands of Tremont 647, Josh Ziskin of La Morra, and many others. 1525 Washington St., Boston, 617-247-7747, bostonstella.com
On Wine Mondays, sommeliers feature a different combination of vintages along with a tasting menu by chef Frank McClelland. Parties are seated at group tables to keep the conversation interesting. Starts at 7 p.m., $60 per person. 774 Boylston St., Boston, 617-262-3023, lespalier.com
One-dollar oysters. Need we say more? Charles Hotel, One Bennett St., Cambridge, 617-661-5050, rialto-restaurant.com.
Red Rock Bistro
Get half-shell oysters, two jumbo shrimp, sliders, or corn dogs for $1. 141 Humphrey St., Swampscott, 781-595-1414, redrockbistro.com.
Chefs Chris Douglass and Sam Putnam will use their collective culinary powers each Tuesday to create a prix fixe dinner menu: tasty bites and a full belly for only $35 per person. 555 Talbot Ave., Dorchester, 617-825-4300, ashmontgrill.com.
It’s Cheese Tuesday! Longtime mâitre d’ Louis Risoli is a connoisseur of the curd, and this four-course, cheese-centric dinner with wine pairings showcases his deep knowledge of all things fromage. Starts at 7 p.m., $68 per person. 774 Boylston St., Boston, 617-262-3023, lespalier.com.
Sel de la Terre–Natick
Wine Tuesday features various vintages paired with a four-course tasting menu of rustic French cuisine by chef Daniel Bojorquez. 7 p.m., $38 per person. Natick Collection, 1245 Worcester St., Natick, 508-650-1800, seldelaterre.com.
Ten Tables–Jamaica Plain
Travel to a new, flavorful destination every Tuesday. Wine director Stanislas Hilbert and chef Sean Callahan pair four courses with four regional-themed wines for $42 per person. 597 Centre St., 616-524-8810, Jamaica Plain, tentables.net.
Tuesdays are Tasty Teaser Nights, with 99-cent bar bites—save on food and spend on libations! Fairmont Battery Wharf, 3 Battery Wharf, Boston, 617-994-9000, sensingrestaurant.com.
Olé! Chicken, carnitas, and pork pastor tacos are $1 each. One Lansdowne St., Boston, 617-351-2580, laverdadtaqueria.com.
Have a great meal and learn something, too, at Show and Taste Tuesdays. Chef David Kinkead will demonstrate three courses, which diners can sample after for $50 per person. 525 Tremont St., Boston, 617-338-5338, siblingrivalryboston.com.
For the meat-and-potatoes crowd, this steakhouse and bar is offering a country club–cut sirloin with a side of crispy shoestring potatoes for $17.95. 1210 Boylston St. (Rte. 9), Chestnut Hill, 617-731-0600, metclubandbar.com.
On Tuesdays Uncorked, wine director Jason Irving guides guests through a tasting of three wines to complement a dish created by chef Brooke Vosika. Starts at 5:30 p.m., $25 per person. Four Seasons Hotel, 200 Boylston St., Boston, 617-351-2037, fourseasons.com/boston.
Chef Andy Husbands serves $2 tacos suitable for omnivores and vegetarians alike. 647 Tremont St., Boston, 617-266-4600, tremont647.com.
Gargoyles on the Square
Gargoyles pays homage to a Japanese tradition with Tokyo Tuesday. Bento boxes are $15 at the bar, and for an extra $20 you can pair it with three sakes. 219 Elm St., Somerville, 617-776-5300, gargoylesrestaurant.com.
Watch the kitchen and the bar duke it out in a fight of flavor. For $20, you get three courses and three drinks, and the chance to vote for the winner. 75 Charles St. S., Boston, 617-423-4944, pigalleboston.com.
Each week, chefs Chris Douglass and Maxwell Thompson give foodies a culinary tour of a region of Italy. The popular three-course meal for $18 is only served at one 6:30 sitting, so be sure to make reservations in advance. 1918 Dorchester Ave., Dorchester, 617-822-1918, tavolopizza.com.
The “Burgers and Burgundy" menu pairs one of the Britsol’s famous burgers with two Burgundian-style wines. $30 per person. Four Seasons Hotel, 200 Boylston St., Boston, 617-351-2037, fourseasons.com/boston.
Slap on a bib and feast on a twin lobster special for $24.99. 1210 Boylston St. (Rte. 9), Chestnut Hill, 617-731-0600, metclubandbar.com.
For Wednesday’s Bringing Spaghetti Back Night, chef-owner Jaimie Mammo serves up a plate of classic spaghetti and meatballs with a slice of garlic bread for $9.95. 177 Tremont St., Boston, 617-542-6418, teatroboston.com.
Sel de la Terre–State Street
SDLT hosts a Wednesday Wine Night with seasonally inspired spirits and a four-course tasting menu at 7 p.m. for $38 per person. Not feeling ravenous? Enjoy $1 oysters at the bar, shucked by the chef right as you watch. 10 p.m.–midnight. 255 State St., Boston, 617-720-1300, seldelaterre.com.
The “3 for $3" menu at the bar 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.
Ten Tables–Jamaica Plain
Pick your favorite three—one appetizer, one main, and one dessert—for $32. 597 Centre St., 616-524-8810, Jamaica Plain, tentables.net.
At the Sensing bar, your first cocktail comes with a free appetizer of your choice. Fairmont Battery Wharf, 3 Battery Wharf, Boston, 617-994-9000, sensingrestaurant.com.
Enjoy $1 oysters while sipping on one of the bar’s expertly prepared cocktails. 550 Adams St., Milton, 617-696-8700, abbypark.com.
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.
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