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Where to eat? Large group for birthday dinner during 2010 Restaurant Week

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Where to eat? Large group for birthday dinner during 2010 Restaurant Week

CTrainInbound | Mar 4, 2010 11:38 AM

Last year we went to Toro, because as people have mentioned in other posts it's impossible to dine with a party of ten or more there during the rest of the year. It worked out great because the more people you have, the more tapas items you are allowed to order so we got to try everything on the menu and no one left hungry.

We are a group of 10-12, in our late twenties. We eat out A LOT and would like to try a new spot, or at least eat somewhere that has a lot of options on their prix-fixe menu. Also, we like to drink probably as much or more as we like to eat so the venue should be the kind of place that won't bat an eyelash as our voices tend to rise throughout the meal.

Just from browsing the restaurant week website some of my ideas are: Rocca, Da Vinci,
Sibling Rivalry, Mare, or Pigalle.

I've never been to Marilave or North 26, but they also seem to have lots of menu options.

Does anyone know if Damiano in the north end is sticking to small plates for RW or doing a more traditional prix-fixe? Also, any info on Hungry Mother or KO Prime's RW menu would be great.

Thanks!

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