Published on March 25, 2015

Spring Tasting Menus, Wine Parties, and Holiday Happenings in Boston

All over New England, in kitchens and bars, people are rejoicing. Spring is coming, which means a whole new crop of seasonal ingredients are being dug up to brighten menus. As the weather starts to improve, we’ve got some great events to look forward to as well!

Here are the spring happenings you won’t want to miss:

TONIGHT: Wednesday, March 25th - Meet the Farmer Dinner at Journeyman (Somerville)

The team at Journeyman welcomes Drew Alinovich of Royalton Farms for a tasting menu featuring Mangalitsa pork and Wagyu beef fresh from the farm. Tickets are $95 per person, and the 7-course tasting starts at 7:00pm. Book through Reserve and enjoy $25 off.


Saturday, March 28th - By The Glass Wine Events at Island Creek Oyster Bar (Kenmore) & more!

BTG’s mission is to make wine education interactive and pretense-free. The brainchild of Tom Schlesinger-Guidelli and Theresa Paopao, BTG’s inaugural events are selling out fast. Lucky for you, we’ve got some tickets to give away! Enter code DRINKWINEBOS to enter to win. Details here. We’ve also partnered with BTG for exclusive dinners following events!

Wednesday, April 1st - Dogfish Head Dinner at Study (Cambridge)

Study has teamed up with Dogfish Head brewery to offer a 4-course tasting menu with beer pairings. Dogfish Head is brewing “Off-Centered Ales For Off-Centered People,” so you can expect some creative food to match. Tickets are $75 per person including beer pairings. Read more here, and book through Reserve.

Friday, April 3rd to Saturday, April 11th - Passover at Craigie on Main (Cambridge)

Chef Tony Maws celebrates Passover at Craigie on Main with creative riffs on some of his favorite Sephardic and Ashkenazi traditional foods like Moroccan Spiced Gravlax, Matzo Meal Lasagnette and Schmaltz Poached Dayboat Halibut. Read more here.


Sunday, April 5th - Easter Brunch - Celebrate with Reserve!

  • Bergamot (Somerville) is offering a 3-course prix fixe Easter brunch on Sunday from 11am-2:30pm for $44. Read more here.
  • Boston Chops (South End) is offering a 3-course prix-fixe brunch Easter Sunday for $50. Read more here.


  • Craigie on Main (Cambridge) is offering a 3-course prix-fixe menu for $50. Read more here.


Friday, April 10th - Toques and Tonic at The Boston Children’s Museum

Barbara Lynch’s iconic culinary event, Toques and Tonic, celebrates 30 of the country’s most talented chef’s in a glorious celebration of food and drink, all in the name of charity. Your ticket includes an exclusive dinner at Menton prepared by the country’s top chefs, as well as small plates, craft cocktails, music, auctions and more. Register here.


Sunday, April 12th - Lamb Jam at The Royal Sonesta Hotel

Join chefs Matt Jennings of Townsman, Daniel Bojorquez of La Brasa and many more at this year’s Boston Lamb Jam! Learn the art of grilling lamb from Chef Jennings and Chef Jamie Bissonnette of Toro at 1pm or join for the main event, the lamb cook off, at 3pm. Register here.

Saturday, April 18th - Farm To Glass Mixology Throwdown at the W Boston Hotel

When the city’s best bartenders get to experiment with farm fresh ingredients and local spirits, tasty libations are bound to ensue. Join the party at The W Hotel for cocktails, small bites and some friendly competition between bartenders at West Bridge, Fairsted Kitchen, La Brasa, and more. Register here.

As your personal concierge, we’re excited to bring you even more different kinds of dining experiences this spring. Here’s to a wonderful season ahead!

Happy dining,

Maddie Bergier, Reserve Boston

You might also like

Explore past posts


About Us

The country's premier hospitality technology platform Book reservations and discover the best restaurants in your city.