It’s graduation season in Boston!
The Boston area has a wide selection of dining options for that special day, but it can be hard to choose. With over 30 colleges and universities in the area, that means a whole lot of graduation luncheons and dinners. So, plan in advance and make a reservation ASAP, especially at the high-end restaurants.
No. 9 Park in Beacon Hill
Menton in South Boston
Another Barbara Lynch creation, this fusion of Italian and French cuisine is named for a small French village near the border with Italy and claims to “excite, inspire, and transport guests for one memorable evening.” This restaurant opened in 2010 to much acclaim and is definitely a graduation-worthy setting!
Experience the flavors and beautiful displays of Seared Tuna with Heirloom Tomatoes, Lamb Shoulder and Belly with Favas, and Shrimp amuse-bouche.
If you unable to get a reservation to any of those three top restaurants, try their “sister properties” owned by the same chefs:
From Ken Oringer: Uni a Japanese Sashimi restaurant located next to Clio Restaurant in Back Bay or Toro, a Spanish tapas restaurant on the South End of Boston