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SF Hound Looking for Reccs


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SF Hound Looking for Reccs

djh | | Sep 23, 2010 03:57 PM

Coming from San Francisco and land in Boston Thurs --> Sunday week after next before heading to Vermont and Montreal (and Au Pied du Cochon, but that's another board!). Arrive late Thursday, depart Sunday after brunch. Looking for the best that Boston has to offer, with an emphasis on local cuisine and the kind of meal you can only get in Boston. Not Durgin Park, but the places the locals miss when they move away, and the ones they want to get back to when they come back to visit. Price is not an issue, but that doesn't mean the priceist = the best ... just that we're willing to pay where its worth it.

Poked around your board and the web a bit, and Craigie is high on our list, T.W. Food and L'Espalier look good as well. Friends recommend Redezvous and East Coast Seafood, and the Summer Shack looks possible.

Staying over near Faneuil Hall, so thinking Kingfish Hall or Anthem the night we arrive because they are close and serve relatively late, and then Craigie either Friday or Saturday, so looking for one more dinner and a killer Sunday brunch to round out our quick trip through the City. So let me have it ... critique our plan, and give me your reccs.

774 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02199

Summer Shack
310 Northern Ave, Boston, MA 02210

T.W. Food
377A Walden St, Cambridge, MA 02138

Kingfish Hall
188 South Market Building, Boston, MA 02109

East Coast Restaurant
1456 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester, MA 02122

Durgin Park
1 Faneuil Hall Sq, Boston, MA 02109

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