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Weigh in on Birthday Dinner

jessabella617 | Jul 13, 2011 11:46 AM

I am looking for reccomendations for my birthday dinner this Saturday, I will be going out with friends who Im sure will insist on paying for my meal. We all love many types of food but one friend in particular does not have a ton of money and I dont want my bday to be a burden for him.

I would like a place that has largeish portions to satiate this crew of hungry people.

I love offal, seafood, Italian, French but Im not interested in Asian food for this particular night. (Because of one picky friend!) I also don't want straight-up bar food, but something with a twist could be fun.

We are in our late 20's and definitely dont mind a boisterous scene.

I was thinking of Panza or Audobon Circle because the price points and locations are ideal, but I am open to other suggestions. Would love to do Eastern Standard or Toro but the pricees are just too high...maybe Citizen?

I would LOVE some place similar to Highland Kitchen but with T access (No drinking and driving!)

1. Takes Reservations

2. Has entrees that fall in the low-mid teens

3. Has easy T access

Anything Im not thinking of?

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Audobon Circle Restaurant Bar
838 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02215

Eastern Standard
528 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215

Toro
1704 Washington St, Boston, MA 02118

Highland Kitchen
150 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA 02143

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