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Restaurants sourcing locally


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Restaurants sourcing locally

valereee | Mar 7, 2009 06:21 AM

Apologies if this is covered elsewhere -- I searched, but when I used the search restaurants sourcing locally I got eighty gazillion, none of which looked right, and when I searched "restaurants sourcing locally" I got zero. :D

We're coming in today for a quick trip, back out Monday. I'm especially interested in restaurants that source local ingredients from local growers, etc. Maybe ~$200 (including drinks) for dinner for two, $70 for lunch? Staying at Hilton Back Bay, no car, would like something within a half hour train or even better, a walk. Will taxi if necessary but we'd prefer not to. I'm from the midwest, so I'm ALWAYS interested in great seafood when I get to the coast, but I'm planning on Neptune Oyster for one meal, so I don't need seafood for all the other meals. Have a res at Oleana for Sunday night, but I could change that if anyone has a better recommendation for something that focuses on local ingredients. Happy to eat weird hours if reservations are tight at a particular place.

Thanks for any help!


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