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One Dinner Only

tlubow | May 23, 2012 10:22 AM

We're coming to Boston the last weekend in July for a wedding. Staying at the Seaport. With all the wedding festivities, we'll have only one free dinner to ouselves (Thurs. night), but we'll have 3 lunches. I know we've got two months, but I've been scouring the boards anyway (commercial real estate is pretty slow right now...). For lunches, we're thinking about Neptune, Pizzaria Regina and possibly one of the dumpling places. The two places that intrigue me for dinner couldn't be more different: ICOB and O Ya. ICOB looks great - food, drink, atmosphere, price. O Ya looks amazing, but my concern is whether we should go if we're not the most adventurous sushi eaters. We love the raw fish, but don't really care for uni or eel or large fish eggs, etc. Is it worth spending the money if we're not that adventurous, and if so, would you still during the chef's omakase?

Thanks in advance for the help!

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