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Suggestions for bachelor party restaurant

Persynna | May 14, 200212:45 PM     7

Boston chowhounds,

As a female "best man" for my brother's wedding, I find myself in the strange and entertaining position of planning his bachelor party. I am looking for a restaurant in the Boston area which will meet the following criteria:

To appropriately fulfill my role as "best man," it seems important to find a restaurant that will have a masculine feel, or be somewhat racy, or maybe have some kind of slightly humiliating schtick for the man of the evening (isn't humiliation a key element of these events?).

As a lover of excellent chow (and my brother is also), I want somewhere with excellent, delicious, or at least fairly appealing food.

So -- anyone? Thoughts?

Many thanks in advance for help!

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