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Easter Brunch Picks
April 12, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
We rounded up some of our favorite places that are featuring special menus for Easter Brunch. 33 Restaurant & Lounge is also donating $3.33 from every brunch served to help the victims of the devastating earthquake in Italy. Book your reservation today.
Passover Menu in the Soiree Room
April 10, 14, and 16, 5:30-10 p.m.
UpStairs on the Square
Chef Steven Brand calls upon the flavors and traditions of his years growing up among the great food traditions of a Jewish home. He’ll serve up his favorite Passover dishes for your pleasure.
Olives Throwback Friday Menu
Every Friday evening, 5:30-10 p.m.
Celebrate 20 years at Todd English’s flagship. Every Friday night through April 24, you can order off the original 1989 menu, which features the dishes that made Olives so popular in the first place. And, you’ll also pay 1989 prices, including beef carpaccio for $5.50, grilled octopus with chickpeas for $5.95, brick oven roasted half chicken for $12.95, and bouillabaise for $15.95. Read an article about Todd English’s success in the April issue of Boston magazine.
CPA Appreciation Day
Morton’s The Steakhouse, 699 Boylston St. or 2 Seaport Lane
Call 617-266-5858 (Boylston) or 617-526-0410 (Seaport)
On April 15, Americans will be rushing to file their taxes. After a rough day for all our accountants (who’ve worked hard to get us all huge refunds, we hope), Morton’s is offering CPAs the chance to “file” for a complimentary steak & seafood dinner for two. Call either of Morton’s Boston locations before April 14, and submit your name, phone number and email. On Tax Day (April 15) one winning CPA will be chosen.
Da Vinci Toasts Leonardo
April 15, 5-10 p.m.
Da Vinci will celebrate the 557th birthday of its namesake, Leonard Da Vinci, with a meal in his honor. A two-course menu is available for $20.09, including choices like mussels, rigatoni bolognese, and pan-seared haddock, but for one night only.
Tax Credit at Grafton Street and Temple Bar
April 15, 10 p.m.
Grafton Street and Temple Bar are giving you another tax break to look forward to. All items on the late-night bar menu will be discounted to $9.90 and below (in honor of the 990 tax form for charitable organizations), allowing you to fill up on chicken and mushroom fritters, fried calamari, and salmon ceviche.
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