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best of Boston (high & low) for a week-long trip

alopez | Aug 4, 2006 03:59 PM

Hello Boston hounds.

I'm going to be in the area for a week this month for work/vacation. I'm interested in chow, both high and low, and especially things that are uniquely Boston/can't get elsewhere, but I'm up for anything good. I like out of the way gems. I will be with my SO and we can splurge on a coupla meals but mid-range and cheap options are important. I eat anything (she doesn't but she's usually game).

For three days I will be attending a conference in Kendall Square, so lunch options in that area are much appreciated. Apart from that I'd like to stay within range of the T, although I'll probably be able to access a car and I'm more than willing to travel a bit if it's worth it. Location-wise, we'll be based in Kendall Square and then the Back Bay for a weekend.

So that I'm not coming to you hat in hand without having put forth any effort of my own, I perused the board for a bit and jotted down some places that sounded intriguing. They are in no particular order. Please feel free to expand, rave, or diss this list of choices. Thanks!

-B&G
-Neptune
-Sage
-Daily Catch
-Pizzeria Regina
-Lucca
-Prezza
-Clio
-Uni
-Santarpio's
-Butcher Shop
-L'Espalier
-Charlie's Sandwich shop
-Skipjack's
-Jasper White's Summer Shack
-Meritage
-Cha Fahn
-Troquet
-L.A. Burdick's

Kendall Square area:
-Blue Room
-Royal India
-Emma's Pizza
-Atasca
-Bytes

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