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Suggestions for a graduation dinner?

Loren Gross | Jan 27, 200302:19 PM     2

We're looking for a place in the greater Boston area to have a law school graduation dinner, for approximately 45 people. This is a chance for four different families to meet the people their loved one has been spending time with for the past three years. Ideally, we'd like to find a place where we can all sit together, but each family can handle its own tab. A versatile menu would be good, because there are so many people to make happy. We'd like any suggestions for a place that is relatively nice but won't break the bank. Thanks for any help!

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