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Getaways For Gourmets: Northeast

SOBoston | Feb 11, 201511:46 AM     11

I had been browsing my local library recently and had happened upon this book-most recent edition being 2006.
I figured that I would share its "Best of the Best: Boston" in order as they were listed.
Also not pointing fingers, but did they know something that we didn't? (The authors were Nancy and Richard Woodworth, not that it means any difference.)

-L'Espalier
-Radius
-No. 9 Park*
-Hammersley's Bistro
-Mistral*
-Olives
-Locke-Ober
-Icarus

I could continue the list of failed restaurants included, but these are exclusive to the "'hot,' high-profile restaurants."

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