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Boston Goes Big with Large-Format Dining

Tuesday Apr 23, 2019

Large format drinks (sangria, margarita pitchers, etc.) have been trending since the invention of Sunday brunch, but just as much wow factor can be found on the plate these days.

Three Boston restaurants are going big this summer with Instagram-worthy dishes meant for a crowd.

Since opening several years ago, RUKA has been a staple in Boston's restaurant scene known for its exploration of Peruvian-Asian culture by combining exquisite presentations with bold flavors. Diners can join together and feast on the 24 oz. Prime Corazon De Ribeye served with miso mushrooms, curly salt and pepper chips, and topped with dollops of a vibrant yellow Piri Amarillo sauce. The colorful plate allows your table to truly indulge in the unique flavorings of Nikkei cuisine.

A little luxury goes a long way, but a lot of luxury goes even farther, especially at Yvonne's. Elevate your experience by treating your table to the Hong Kong Beef Brisket, marinated for 24 hours in char siu and served atop a display of crunchy-garlic, chili noodles, pea pod stems, sprouts, black mushrooms, napa, cabbage and seasoned with Five-Spice Hot Pot. Keep things classy and top off with a boozy tea service for two.

Craigie on Main
It's no secret that Craigie on Main's prix fixe menu is at the top of many Bostonian's bucket list. The four-course menu crafted by James Beard Award-winning chef Tony Maws features a rotation of delectable dishes, but the Confit and Roasted Milk-Fed Pig's Head for Two is something you can't miss. Served whole, this savory meat is paired with sides of bibb lettuce, spicy pumpkin sambal and boudin noir-hoisin sauce.


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