Okay Boston Chowhounders - I have come up with a bit of a schedule and am looking for guidance.
Coming from Chicago in two weeks without a car, but I'm not afraid of cabbing, walking, or a bit of public transit. Staying at the Sheraton right by the Prudential Building from Thursday-Sunday and Sunday-Tuesday I'll be in the theater district at the Revere. I'm not a breakfast guy, so I'm cool without.
Arriving late enough that I probably won't be eating lunch (dozen oysters at Island Creek when they open maybe?)
Dinner at No 9 Park. It appears they don't take reservations for the bar, but I'll be alone and arriving by six, so this seems like it would be fine.
Up in the air - I'll be alone, I am debating going to Salem. If I don't, and there's someplace I'm missing that does weekday lunch, let me know!
Dinner at Craigie on Main
Dessert at Toscanini’s.
Another day completely on my own, but I'll definitely be staying in Boston.
I have a lunch reservation at L'Espalier, I'm doubting whether I should do it, it's spendy, especially after Craigie.
Dinner is tricky - my wife will be working all day, is unsure when she's off, and probably won't want to hit the town. The only thing I can think of is Legal is down the block from the hotel and does carry out. This seems like a better idea than room service.
Brunch at Mike and Patty's.
Pre-dinner cocktails at Drink
Dinner at Erbaluce.
Lunch at Neptune.
Stop in at Union Oyster House for a drink perhaps....the idea is to go, but not for a meal.
Dinner at Blue 13 - this place gets mixed reviews, but I'm a sucker for liquid nitrogen. Feel free to
persuade me one way or the other.
Pre-flight lunch at Flour