Bar Boulud Boston Offers Oktoberfest and Parisian Affair Menus
Oktoberfest. Munich. Lederhosen. Bavaria. Not the words you would usually associate with Bar Boulud on Boylston street — Daniel Boulud’s classic French outpost in Boston. Nevertheless, from Sept. 30 to Oct. 8, guests can enjoy a delightful take on some of Germany’s most famed and traditional dishes.
Freshly baked, hand-twisted pretzel, Bavarian sausage sandwich or Bavarian bratwurst are all worth a try. They traditional alpine cheese spätzle with crispy onions to which you can add lobster is another stellar offering on their special menu.
If you don’t make it in to try Bar Boulud’s Oktoberfest menu, fear not, you’ll have another opportunity to feel international on Oct. 29 with their ‘Parisian Affair’ brunch. In collaboration with Brunches of Boston, this meal showcases a special seated brunch at the restaurant from 11:30-2:00. Indulge in classic Parisian fare like their pain perdu, the croque madame or the Daniel Boulud lox sandwich.
Immediately after this, guests are treated to a complimentary ride via Fasten to get you to the Citi Performing Arts Theater for the start of a 2 o’clock pm matinee of the hit Broadway show, ‘An American in Paris’.
Tickets range from $155-$175 and can be purchased through this link. It is going to be a fabulous brunch, from Boston and beyond – get your ticket now!
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