Boston Restaurants Invite You to Dine Out

Running March 1-6 and March 8-13, 2015, Dine Out Boston is the perfect opportunity to support Boston’s service industry.  It’s been a long couple of months in the Northeast. With storm after storm piling snow on top of snow, and keeping diners out of restaurants who are in need of their patronage. Transition into March with a great deal at many of Boston’s top dining establishments and help these hurting business owners get back on track.

If you’re in tune with social media, share your Dine Out Boston experiences and be entered to win a $100 Gift Card to a participating restaurant.  Snap a photo of your meal, tag your location, and share. Use the #DineOutBoston on  Facebook or Instagram and you’ll have the chance to win one of the two (one via Facebook, one via Instagram) $100 gift cards each day.

Selections vary from restaurant to restaurant as does pricing. Options include lunch for $15, $20 or $25, and dinner for $28, $33 or $38. Additionally, restaurants can choose the number of courses offered at their set price point so you’ll find variety in what you get from spot to spot.

If you can’t take part in Dine Out Boston, you can take part in the  charitable auction. This year, all proceeds go to ArtsBoston, Inc. Get in on the action at the auction to win gift certificates (provided by participating restaurants) starting March 2.

Find participating restaurants at: www.DineOutBoston.com. Like Dine Out Boston on Facebook: www.facebook.com/dineoutboston; follow on Twitter: www.twitter.com/dineoutbos, and Instagram: www.instagram.com/dineoutboston.

Then Dine Out, Boston.

-Sales, steals and deals are even better on meals, Jess

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Armed with an undergraduate degree in Marketing and a Master’s Degree in Teaching, Jessica began a career as an advertising executive before spending nine years as an 8th grade English teacher. In 2009, Jessica opted out of the workforce to be home with her kids. In need of an intellectual outlet, Jessica was offered the opportunity to start a third career as a freelance travel & lifestyle writer and has never looked back. Having contributed to travel & lifestyle outlets: Nile Guide, Tripology, USA TODAY & 10Best Jessica is excited to be part of the Amazing Matriarch where she hopes she can encourage other women to channel the amazing within.

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