During Boston’s Restau­rant Week, top-​​notch eateries across the city serve up their best dishes at great prices. Spe­cial prix fixe menus offer three-​​course din­ners for $33.11, three-​​course lunches for $20.11 and two-​​course lunches for $15.11.

Restau­rant Week actu­ally runs for nearly two weeks—Aug. 14 to 19, and Aug. 21 to 26—and many restau­rants will also serve from their spe­cial menus this Sat­urday, Aug. 20. Visit www​.restau​rantweek​boston​.com for a full list of par­tic­i­pating restau­rants and menus, or con­tact the indi­vidual restau­rants for more information.

Here are some of our favorite spots near campus, which will all be par­tic­i­pating in Restau­rant Week.

Aquitaine
This French restau­rant has a vegetable-​​rich menu, with summer sweet-​​corn soup and rata­touille listed among its appe­tizers, and entrées that include a veg­etable cas­soulet made from a variety of local runner beans, bolero car­rots and wild arugula. But fear not, car­ni­vores: Steamed PEI mus­sels and chermoula-​​rubbed St. Louis ribs round out the entrée offer­ings.
569 Tremont St., South End | 617–424-8577
Serving dinner every evening and lunch every weekday until Aug. 26.

The Bee­hive
This South End des­ti­na­tion, which fea­tures per­for­mances by local jazz acts, feels like an ele­gant speakeasy. It has not cre­ated a spe­cial prix fixe menu for Restau­rant Week; you can create your own meal from the Beehive’s reg­ular menu of Amer­ican fare.
541 Tremont St., South End | 617–423-0069
Serving lunch this weekend and dinner Sunday through Friday nights until Aug. 26.

Brasserie Jo
Located just down Hunt­ington Avenue at the Colon­nade Hotel, this French restau­rant offers tra­di­tional cui­sine for the first two courses, then fin­ishes the meal with mouth-​​watering desserts including peanut butter and choco­late crème brûlée, frozen straw­berry soufflé and a caramelized pineapple rum tart.
120 Hunt­ington Ave., Back Bay | 617–425-3240
Serving lunch on week­days and dinner Sunday through Friday nights until Aug. 26.

The Butcher Shop
Dou­bling as an actual butcher shop, this restaurant—one of sev­eral in Boston owned and run by chef Bar­bara Lynch—takes its inspi­ra­tion from boucheries in France and Italy. The prix fixe entrées are a hanger steak served with heir­loom toma­toes, and pork belly served with grilled sweet corn and red onion.
570 Tremont St., South End | 617–423-4800
Serving lunch and dinner Sunday through Friday until Aug. 26.

Darryl’s Corner Bar & Kitchen
Steps from the Columbus Avenue por­tion of campus, this eatery spe­cial­izes in soul food, including jam­balaya, stuffed pep­pers and its spe­cial “glo­rifried” chicken. Dessert won’t dis­ap­point: Darryl’s is offering red velvet cake or mile-​​high choco­late cake.
604 Columbus Ave., Rox­bury Crossing | 617–536-1100
Serving dinner Sunday through Friday nights until Aug. 26.

Sib­ling Rivalry
At this pop­ular South End restau­rant, brothers David and Bob Kinkead pre­pare com­peting menus based on key ingre­di­ents. The offer­ings on the lengthy menu include meals based around curry, chilies, beef, fowl and fish.
525 Tremont St., South End | 617–338-5338
Serving dinner Sunday through Friday nights until Aug. 26.

Tapeo
This tapas restau­rant lets diners sample from a large list of small-​​plate offer­ings, great for sharing with your dining com­pan­ions. Unlike some restau­rants, Tapeo will make nearly its entire menu avail­able as prix fixe choices.
266 New­bury St., Back Bay | 617–267-4799
Serving lunch on week­ends and dinner Sunday through Friday nights until Aug. 26.