Boston’s Best Prix Fixe Meals For Valentine’s Day

January 29, 2014 6:00 AM

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Some of Boston’s best restaurants have created prix fixe menus that offer diners the option to pay one price and get an expertly selected multi-course meal. Valentine’s Day is the perfect excuse to get out with loved ones whether it be a date night or even a friends or family gathering. What better way to commemorate the day of love than with wine, fresh seafood, steaks, veggies and, of course, desserts included on special menus for Valentine’s Day meals at these locations.
(Photo Credit: Savlatore's)

(Photo Credit: Savlatore’s)

545 Washington St.
Boston, MA 02111
(617) 542-5555

Salvatore’s has an exciting Valentine’s Day prix fixe menu available for $60. Start off the meal with the amuse-bouche, which is salmon tartar. Then diners have the chance to choose from the strawberry goat cheese salad, shrimp cocktail or the frito misto salad, which features lightly fried assorted seasonal vegetables with chicory and pomegranate. Entrée options include roasted chicken, filet with a shrimp hollandaise sauce, mushroom ravioli or the rosemary skewered seared scallops. Valentine’s Day dinner is not complete without dessert, which will include the option of crème brulee or doughnuts and chocolate.

(Photo Credit: Beacon Hill Bistro)

(Photo Credit: Beacon Hill Bistro)

Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro
25 Charles St.
Boston, MA 02114
(617) 723-7575

Beacon Hill Bistro will have a prix fixe dinner for $68 per person with an optional wine pairing for $32 per person. The meal will include an amuse-bouche, appetizer, entree and a sweet dessert finale. Starters include the wild mushroom velouté with Madeira and the taleggio oxtail ravioli with pea tendrils, black pepper ricotta, brown butter and sage. Main courses include the choice of Maryland striped bass with wild mushroom ragout, mille-feuille and beurre rouge or the Faroe Island salmon with orange-scented beets, fennel and quinoa, which will make for a memorable meal this Valentine’s Day.



15 Beacon St.
Boston, MA 02108
(617) 670-2515

At Mooo…, guests will enjoy four courses paired with wines in the private Wine Cellar on Valentine’s night for $125 per person, with limited seating, by reservation only. The Valentine’s Day evening dinner will begin with champagne, oyster and caviar amuse followed by Maine lobster dumplings, whole roasted Vermont boneless quail and prime dry-aged sirloin. Red velvet cake will be the featured dessert with Valrhona chocolate syrup and raspberry sorbet.

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(Photo credit: Bravo)

Museum of Fine Arts Boston
465 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 369-3474

The Museum Of Fine Arts restaurant Bravo is hosting a flavor-packed, innovative menu for Valentine’s Day diners to enjoy. Porcini and roasted garlic flan with parmesan frico, peppercress and truffle oil will start the meal off, followed by a choice of grilled sea scallops or the poached pear salad featuring purple endive and arugula, chive-rolled Vermont goat cheese, black pepper and almond brittle, along with a light champagne vinaigrette. Entree options for the evening will be green peppercorn-crusted yellow fin tuna or indulge on the parsley and marrow smothered filet, roasted maritake mushrooms, shallot-braised fingerlings, sweet sausage, broccoli rabe and a thyme jus with chocolate layer cake, brown butter caramel, blood orange caviar and sugar cookie hearts for dessert.

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(Photo Credit: Aura/Facebook)

Aura Restaurant
1 Seaport Lane
Boston, MA 02210
(617) 385-4300

Aura Restaurant will be serving a perfectly portioned four-course meal for $70 per person or $85 per person with accompanying wines. The meal will start with salmon and caviar flan, followed by the choice of arugula salad with fig jam, spiced almonds, asiago cheese and Seaport honey vinaigrette, oysters three ways or the shellfish panache for two with clams, mussels and other fresh seafood selections. Entrees include lobster and asparagus risotto or you can go for the roast poussin or beef tenderloin for two and share your meal with your date. And last but not least, dessert offerings are cheesecake or panna cotta.

Related: Boston’s Best Places For Unique Valentine’s Day Gifts

Michelle Levine is a creative energetic, young professional that is passionate about everything Boston has to offer. She loves to attend local events, dine out, and cook and wants to share her findings with you. Her work can be found on