I'm looking for recs on a place for dinner for a group of 9. It's a sketch comedy group thats breaking apart (amicably) and celebrating the end of our time together. We're using the money we've made from shows to pay for dinner, but what we don't spend we'll split up, so I'm looking for nice...but not over the top. We're all just finishing college now or recent graduates so this is a nice chance to sample a Boston restaurant we havent been willing to spend the money on before we all leave. I would love to do a nice North End dinner, but think with a group of 9 that may be tough. I've been thinking tapas might be fun (maybe toro?), and have long wanted to try Sibling Rivalry. Eastern Standard also sounds like a decent choice to me. Thoughts? Also, a reasonably priced wine list is always a big advantage. We just want to have fun, don't get the opportunity to splurge much, and don't want to waste this rare chance with a bad choice. Where can't we go wrong?