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allimeon | Dec 16, 201609:50 AM     2

I'm graduating on a Friday morning in May and looking to plan a late lunch afterwards around 2:00 pm. Our party with be around 8 (maybe 10) people. I know there are a few existing posts about graduation dinners and I've looked though them, but most of the places recommended don't open until 5 pm.

I'm looking for somewhere in downtown Boston, the waterfront, or Cambridge with a nice view of the city. Basically, I want to be in a cool part of town for the people who are visiting from out of town.

Looking to spend up to around 20-something on entrees and I would rather have some place that doesn't just or mostly have sandwiches or the like on their lunch menu.

Any suggestions?

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