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NYC Attorney Returning to Cambridge for Recruiting Dinner

Cuisinescene | Sep 26, 2008 08:27 AM


I'm a Harvard Law grad now working as an attorney in NYC, and I'm coming up to Cambridge next week for a recruiting dinner (about 5 people, including 2 law students and the recruiting partner). I remember from my HLS days all the typical recruiting restaurants: Sandrine's, Rialto, Upstairs on the Square, Harvest, etc. Craigie Street Bistrot was a favorite of mine (though I hear it moved locations), but I can't get a table for 5 the night I need it.

The partner has asked me to pick the restaurant. Where should I go, CHers? Price is not an object-- it should actually be on the more upscale side. Oleana is out-- the food needs to be a bit more "mainstream" (new American, French, Italian, steak, seafood), much as I would be up for a culinary adventure. Given the mix of attendees, nothing too hip, loud, or where the partner is going to feel out of place and really old.

Any thoughts on Salts or Rendezvous? TW Food? Rendezvous had just opened when I was in Cambridge, and I think I went once, but I'm not sure if it's up to par these days. I haven't been to the other two. EVOO? Other suggestions that I haven't thought of?

It's going to be a Sunday night and we are restricted to CAMBRIDGE. A place that takes reservations is a must. I'm looking for something besides the "usual suspects" that the law students are already bored of (i.e., where all the other firms take them).

Thanks so much for all your help, CHers!

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