Looking to spice up your dining routine? Whether your planning a party, date night, or are looking to treat yourself after a long work day, these four restaurants have you covered.
Perfect for date night or a sushi and sake night with friends, PABU Boston is now offering a new luxury sushi platter for parties of two to four for $249. The chic izakaya and sushi bar is owned by James Beard Award-winner, Michael Mina, and renowned executive chef, Ken Tominaga, curates their mouthwatering menu. If you’re a sushi fanatic, this is one hot spot you just can’t miss. 3 Franklin St., 857-327-7228
Grab some after work drinks and relax poolside at the rooftop pool at The Colonnade. In the heart of back bay, The Colonnade is the ideal place to enjoy a Boston summer sunset. Thanks to The Colonnade’s new seasonal menu, you can sip on frosé, snack on homemade guacamole, and grab some friends for their speciality Mega Mules. For only $99, groups of four or more can indulge in the Hennesey Mule, Paloma, Icelandic Mule, and Monster Mule to your heart's content. 120 Huntington Ave., 617-424-7000
Oak+Rowan, founded by Nancy Batista Caswell, prides itself on providing locally-sourced and personal food to guests. Dine on one of their many divine land and sea entreés and alluring desserts, but don’t forget the caviar! Besides the obvious deliciousness, caviar is packed with health benefits. Order an ounce of the German Osetra Supreme ($110) or the Royal Belgian Platinum ($150) for a taste of extravagance. 321 A St., 857-284-7742
If you have a sweet tooth, then the Big Fish at Ruka is definitely for you. While the name might be deceiving, the Big Fish is the delightful creation of pastry chef… well, pastry genius, Liz O’Connell. O’Connell fills a buttery taiyaki waffle with caramelized bananas, homemade lucuma ice cream, and prickly pear sorbet. The luxury doesn’t stop there, the "Big Fish" is then topped with chocolate sauce, spicy peanut brittle, and peanut caramel. Regardless of how you start your night, this Ruka dessert is the ideal way to end it. 505 Washington St., 617-266-0102
Photography by: Photography courtesy Katie Noble; courtesy Adam DeTore