March 16 – 29, two-course prix-fixe lunch and dinner menus at all four of Eataly’s full-service restaurants!
Ready to learn how you say “spring” in Italian? Let Eataly’s chefs lead the way with a tasting tour of the best flavors of Italian primavera. From ravioli di piselli (spring pea ravioli) to pollo arrosto (grilled chicken breast and asparagus), seasonal insalate, and beyond, their experts have put together new menus of fresh, vibrant dishes that reflect Italian spring traditions and the best ingredients the season has to offer.
So, in true Italian fashion, they’re celebrating by hosting Eataly Restaurant Fest, a two-week-long dining festival featuring two-course lunch and dinner menus from $18 and $25 bottles of wine in all Eataly Boston restaurants. Stay tuned for the menus!
How does it work?
1. PICK A RESTAURANT
Did you know that Eataly Boston has four full-service restaurants? Each restaurant has its own unique theme, chefs, and menus. All of them will be participating in Eataly Restaurant Fest, giving you endless dining options. Find your favorite and stay tuned for their new Restaurant Fest menus!
TWO COURSES $18
La Pizza & La Pasta
TWO COURSES $28
2. CHOOSE YOUR COURSES
Once you’ve chosen the restaurant that you prefer, simply select the courses of your choice from the dedicated prix fixe menus – it’s that simple. From Italian classics at La Pizza & La Pasta and La Piazza to seasonal ingredients cooked over a wood-burning flame at Terra to fresh New England seafood at La Pescheria, there’s a dish for everyone.
3. PAIR WITH A $25 BOTTLE OF WINE
Think Eataly Restaurant Fest can’t get any better? Complete your meal in true Italian fashion with a $25 bottle of wine from Eataly’s spring selection (think: crisp whites and pleasing reds), carefully curated by their wine experts.
With so many restaurants and a vast variety of dishes, the possibilities are endless at Eataly Restaurant Fest. Come back for another round before it ends on March 29 – there are no limits to the number of times you dine!
For more about Eataly Boston, please click here.