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Leah | May 3, 2004 11:30 AM's the deal and I've spent the last hour reading your posts so I think I'm getting the idea.

My husband and I are in from NYC in Boston (me for a conference) starting Saturday noon he leaves Monday, I'm there for Monday & Tuesday night dinner.

We have no car staying at Copley and want a couple of suggestions. I'm going to ask if some of your posts still hold true because there are some interesting things out there.

Our tastes range widely from the dive with good food to the Boston 4 star dining experience.

On Saturday we'd like a great place to watch the Red Sox game IN THE AFTERNOON (preferably NOT a sports bar, but neighbourhood type joint!). Then Saturday night a fine dining experience, where we can just relax and Sunday night a casual (I'll have been in conferences all day) but delicious experience.

Our tastes range from The Spice Market in the Meatpacking district of NY to DB Bistro (Daniel Boulud's) restaurant to Tantra in we're open to anything. I know my carnivore husband would like one meat experience. Also maybe lunch experience close to Copley for Sunday as well.

After he leaves some nice (expense account type places) with one other co-worker for M&T evening.
Here is what I've found so far.

Dish and the Butcher Shop
Bukowski's (cheap burgers'...maybe sunday night casual)
Davio's (what type of food, no specifics)
Something on Tremont street for Monday & Tuesday?

Let me know what you guys think. Chowhound has helped me in all my business trips, I'm sure the Boston folks will do you proud. Thanks so much for this, I just love making my business trips a good food experience ....

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