Dating in Boston is expensive. The cost of an average date in the Hub is $131, at least according to one survey, making it the fourth-most expensive city among those included in the survey. (Only San Francisco, New York, and Washington, D.C., are apparently less hospitable to the wallets of love-seeking singles.)
The pursuit of love shouldn’t leave seekers wondering how they’ll make rent at the end of the month or pay the interest on their impregnable student loans. With that in mind, here is a collection of 17 restaurants in Boston proper that make for excellent, relatively inexpensive date spots.
This map contains a mix of full-service restaurants, doughnut shops, cafes, and fast-casual takeout joints. Ordering wisely, eaters embarking on the incredibly awkward and traditionally miserable to-do that is a first date should be able to get in and out of the below establishments for no more than $60 (less than half the reported price of an average date in Boston), generous tip included.Read More