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Looking for Medieval Private Dining in Boston

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Looking for Medieval Private Dining in Boston

Eromyn | Apr 3, 2011 12:32 PM

I'm a Canadian and my fiance is an American from Nevada. We're getting married this June in Boston, as a "neutral nod" to our binational relationship (neither of us have any particular affiliation to Boston). We're truly unique people, so we're getting married with a medieval theme. We'll be wearing full period garb (costume) at the ceremony and will be "knighted" in marriage by a justice of the peace at Boston Common. The reception dinner will be a quiet affair with only a few friends attending, no more than 10 in total (since we're flying them to Boston from Canada).

We're looking for a fine restaurant in the greater Boston area where we could reserve a private room for the evening for about 10 people. Other than good food (and the food style doesn't really matter), we'd like a place that has a rustic or medieval theme to it, something old and stylish and antiquated where a bunch of knights sitting around a table wouldn't look too out of place. We'd also need a place that would allow us to eat there in medieval garb, so no place with a dress code (unless they'd make an exception)!

We've read about Medieval Manor, but it sounds like more of a dinner theater and we're looking for something private. Any recommendations?

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