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Boston — By Maria Olia on February 13, 2010 at 6:24 pm
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What’s Cooking? Boston’s Restaurant Week 2010

Always one of Boston’s most anticipated events,  Boston’s Winter Restaurant Week (March 14-March 19 and March 21-March 26) allows diners to enjoy three-course fixed price dinners for $33.10, three course lunches for $20.10 and/or two-course light lunches for $15.10.

This year more than 214 restaurants are participating including long-standing faithfuls  like L’EspalierNo.9 Park, and Locke-Ober as well as the city’s buzz-worth newcomers like Market by Jean GeorgesGinger Park and Woodward.

Dinner and a show? The big news is that this year’s  Restaurant Week  event includes the option of purchasing half-priced theater tickets through Arts Boston for select performances at the American Repertory Theater,  the Huntington Theater Company, the Boston Lyric Opera , Improv Boston and Blue Man Group.

The event is sponsored by the Greater Boston Convention and Visitor’s Bureau where you can find a complete list of participating restaurants and information on parking discounts as well as Restaurant Week hotel package deals. Reserve early-  because many of the more popular restaurants book quickly.

Image Credit:Turner’s Fisheries from the Greater Boston and Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, used with permission

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