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Dine Out Boston saw its inaugural run March 16-21 and 23-28. Pictured, spicy Cambodian red sauce over rice noodles at Elephant Walk.
The French-Cambodian restaurant proves a chef’s creativity need not be compromised by price. Pictured, Elephant Walk's passion-fruit mousse in a crisp almond pastry crust.
Katherine Taylor for the Boston Globe
At Cinquecento in the South End, the Dine Out menu included pan-roasted chicken with wild mushroom panzanella and rosemary sugo.
The $28 dinner seems designed for places like Cinquecento. Pictured, bresaola with figs, balsamic, and arugula.
Cinquecento’s chocolate panna cotta with Amarena cherries.
ESSDRAS M SUAREZ/GLOBE STAFF
Head to the South End’s other end at lunchtime, where $25 Dine Out offering lets you sample signature tapas without the evening crowds. Pictured, dates with ham.
Dine Out Boston is a step in the right direction. It offers consumers a markdown and lets lower-priced restaurants participate, both good things. Pictured, Toro’s bone marrow dish.
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