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The 12 Most Expensive Tasting Menus in Boston

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In honor of Whale Week, here's a mapped guide to Boston's most elaborate and expensive tasting menus, from the truffle and caviar-filled "Chef's Tasting Journey" at L'Espalier to the "Grand Omakase," a 22-course sushi marathon, at O Ya. And for the most expensive tasting menus in the whole country, see Eater National.


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T.W. Food

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Journeyman

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Craigie on Main

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Salts Restaurant

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No. 9 Park

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Via Matta

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The whole table must participate in the "chef's whimsical tasting menu." Depending on the size of the group, a variety of dishes are served for each course, so diners get to try a bunch of different things. $100.

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L'Espalier

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L'Espalier has several prix fixe and tasting options, but the ultimate choice is the Chef's Tasting Journey, which the whole table must order. Described as an "adventurous symphony of food traveling through multiple courses," it includes caviar and truffles. $200 plus $130 for wine pairings.

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Top of the Hub

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Oishii Boston

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T.W. Food

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Journeyman

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Craigie on Main

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Salts Restaurant

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No. 9 Park

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O Ya

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Via Matta

The whole table must participate in the "chef's whimsical tasting menu." Depending on the size of the group, a variety of dishes are served for each course, so diners get to try a bunch of different things. $100.

Menton

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L'Espalier

L'Espalier has several prix fixe and tasting options, but the ultimate choice is the Chef's Tasting Journey, which the whole table must order. Described as an "adventurous symphony of food traveling through multiple courses," it includes caviar and truffles. $200 plus $130 for wine pairings.

Clio

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Top of the Hub

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Oishii Boston

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