Dine Out Boston at Scampo


  • Scampo 215 Charles Street Boston, MA, 02114 United States

Dine Out Boston at Scampo


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This August, Scampo in Beacon Hill will participate in the summer edition of The Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau’s Dine Out Boston®. Available from August 14-19 and 21-26*, chef/owner Lydia Shire and team have designed a globally influenced three-course lunch and dinner menu: 

 *Lunch available on weekdays only. Dinner not available on Saturday.

COST:             Lunch: $25 per person

                       Dinner: $38 per person

When: Available from August 14-19 and 21-26*

Reservations: Here


About: Dine Out Boston formerly known as Restaurant Week Boston® is brought to you by the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau and American Express twice a year, providing locals and visitors an opportunity to sample area restaurants at special prices. Participating restaurants designprix fixe menus for lunch and dinner. Each participating restaurant selects ONE of the three price options - the Chef then prepares a menu to delight.

Diners can choose from old favorites to the latest culinary hot spots, from nationally known chain restaurants to local chef owned bistros, from Asian or Argentinean fare to French, Italian, tapas and sushi, from the award-winning restaurants of Boston and Cambridge to the gourmet gems in the suburbs north, west and south of the city.

 

ABOUT SCAMPO: Scampo, the stunning first floor restaurant in Boston’s Liberty Hotel, is a culinary destination created by legendary chef Lydia Shire and The Lyons Group. In Scampo, Shire’s reputation for defying tradition translates into Italian-inspired cuisine unrestrained by borders, drawing on flavors from the Mediterranean and Middle East. Designed in collaboration with renowned designers Rafael Alvarez and Brannen Brock, Scampo is a reflection of Chef Shire: bold, red and full of energy. The contemporary space features shiny copper lamps, a glowing orange bar and stools overlooking a mozzarella bar, setting the stage for house-made breads baked in a tandoori oven, pastas that surpass red sauce norms and entrées that turn simple ingredients into extraordinary experiences. An approachable wine list complements the food with ready-to-drink varietals from mostly small Italian and American producers. A secluded 60-seat outdoor patio is open during warm weather months, while a 50-seat private dining room features an exciting view of the open kitchen. Scampo is available for group dining, semi-private and privates events, as well as complete buyouts.