Despite the chill in the air, the Summer Dinner Series at Apple Street Farm is still in full swing and ready to spice up your weekend with a Cowboy Barbecue. L'Espalier's Chef Frank McClelland and Sel de la Terre's Chef Daniel Bojorquez will warm you up with dishes like Mesquite Charred Heirloom Tomato Soup, Grilled Octopus and Texas Ribeye. All are fit for a cowboy and part of the evening's four course meal, which is complimented with a trio of wine pairings.
Bistro du Midi is known for bringing Provence to you, and that is exactly what they plan on doing for this evening's September Sommelier Night. With Bistro's lovely views of the Boston Common and charming atmosphere, it isn't too hard to imagine you are dining out in the South of France.
BOND Restaurant | Lounge, located in The Langham Hotel in downtown Boston, is a longtime Where To Eat favorite for many reasons. The afternoon tea is quaint, classy and delectable, while the gourmet dinner menu is full of globally inspired selections. The nightlife at BOND is also a force to be reckoned with and a go to for locals and traveling guests alike.
Taberna de Haro, a dining gem in Brookline since 1998, is well known for serving up authentic Spanish flavors paired with the perfect Spanish wine. Deborah Hansen, owner and Chef, is bringing back her beloved weekly wine seminars, which will feature a four-course tapas menu and four Spanish wines.