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once yearly dinner for two, for less than $100?

little.tiger | Dec 20, 201006:41 AM     24

My parents will be coming to visit for Christmas, and they usually offer to babysit one evening so DH and I can eat out alone. We'll probably get a night out alone between Christmas and New Year's, and are willing to spend up to about $100 on dinner (we won't be drinking). I'll be picking up my DH from his work, which is in the Kendall Sq area. Where would you suggest we go? For the past two years we have gone to Oleana. The year before that, we went to Sabur, which we found disappointing (nothing was glaringly bad, but nothing "sang" either IYKWIM). Of course we could go back to Oleana (we haven't been disappointed yet), but I'd love some other ideas. It doesn't have to be in Cambridge or the Kendall area, but shouldn't be too far out since we don't want to waste too much time driving. Thanks for your ideas.

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Sabur Restaurant
212 Holland St, Somerville, MA 02144

Oleana
134 Hampshire St., Cambridge, MA 02139

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