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Advice needed for Seaport daytime and evenings on town

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Advice needed for Seaport daytime and evenings on town

bdachow | Apr 23, 2012 03:11 PM

Hi Boston hounds,

I need some advice/thoughts on dining. I'm going to be in town from a Thursday afternoon to Monday morning but at a course all day Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The course is being held at the Convention Centre in the Seaport Area and I'll only have an hour for lunches. From trolling old threads, I've found: Sportello and Flour Bakery which seem near and are open weekends. Any other suggestions for lunches in the area?

As for dinners, I've already made reservations for Island Creek Oyster Bar (have been to Neptune and don't relish the wait) and also O Ya for Saturday night. 2 more dinners to go. I've been kicking around the following:

Myer and Chang
Clio/Uni
Pho Basil
Pho Pasteur

I'm an all budget point eater but I don't really want to travel too far from the Seaport area where I'm staying as I have really full/long days and I'll probably be brain dead by the end of each day. I'm probably aiming more for Asian leaning (as I don't get a lot of good Asian here at home in Bermuda) but am open to anything, maybe some place with amazing sweet breads would be nice too.

Thanks in advance for your thoughts!

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