Most Expensive Restaurants In Boston

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If you are looking to book an unforgettable night out on the town to celebrate that special occasion, we have got you covered. From an elaborate multi-course sushi parade to a 20+ course tasting menu, here’s a look at some of the most expensive restaurants in Boston that are sure to deliver an extraordinary experience.


Menton

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Menton, Barbara Lynch’s Grand Chef Relais & Châteaux property located in the Fort Point neighborhood, offers an eight-course tasting menu for $185 per person (tack on another $140 if you choose to do a wine pairing). The menu here changes regularly and may include our favorite starter, Lynch’s famed butter soup made with local shellfish, caviar, milk and honey.

354 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02210; Website


UNI

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UNI is well known for its selection of sushi that features everything from baby red snapper nigiri, Spanish sea bass sashimi and snow crab tempura rolls to more adventurous finds like monkfish liver, freshwater eel and Japanese sardines. For the ultimate sampling, try the chef’s choice multi-course Omakase ($125) paired up with a flight of caviar ($375) and a bottle of Champagne Billecart-Salmon ($425).

370 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215; Website


Journeyman

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Dining at Journeyman is an event so be sure to plan on setting aside a few hours for this extravaganza. The nine to 11-course tasting menu that changes daily features fresh produce (all grown, foraged or harvested locally) along with meats and seafood cooked on a wood-burning grill. The wine list here also features a selection of biodynamic wines that can be paired up for the perfect complement.

9 Sanborn Court, Somerville, MA 02143; Website


Mooo

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At this Beacon Hill steakhouse, start off with a sampling of Israeli Osetra caviar ($145) then move onto a six-ounce Japanese A5 Wagyu sirloin ($160), a flight of side dishes (think whipped Yukon gold potatoes, creamed spinach, truffled parmesan fries and corn succotash) for $32 and finish it off with a $30 milk chocolate hot fudge sundae for two.

15 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108; Website


o ya

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Boston’s most expensive tasting menu, the Grand Omakase here rings in at a haute $285 per person; $435 each, if you include wine pairings. If you are looking to drop nearly $1,000 for you and your significant other to indulge in more than 20 courses, you have come to the right place.

9 East Street, Boston, MA 02111; Website

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