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capital grille, chestnut hill for a (gulp) vegetarian...

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capital grille, chestnut hill for a (gulp) vegetarian...

mipiace | Apr 3, 2008 05:48 PM

so I have to please the grandparents this weekend for my nana's birthday, and as usual, she chose the capital grille as the place for her celebration dinner. I personally have never liked this place, as I find it the atmosphere too loud, the service too snotty, the clientele either geriatric, botoxed, and unadventurous, portions too large, food lackluster... shall I continue? On top of those complaints, I have not been since going vegetarian (two years), and the menu looks pretty slim for non-carnivores. Has anyone had a similar experience (here or another steakhouse?) and how did you deal? Should I just work with the sides and make sure nothing i order contains meat broth/chicken stock/etc.? So not looking forward to this, but I figured it is better to air my worries now than put a damper on the meal.

Thanks for the help!

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