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In Boston

I’m heading to Boston tomorrow morning on the 8am Acela and staying there until wednesday afternoon. I”ve only been to Boston once before and that time I went straight from the airport to an office and right back to the airport. I don’t think I’ll have time to see any sights, but if you know a good, medium-priced restaurant in the cuty the screams BOSTON, let me know.


3 Responses

  1. When I went to Boston, a friend recommended Rabia’s. I had the gnocchi and a wonderful glass of wine.


  2. We ended up at Cafe Fiore on the rooftop deck. It was a pretty solid meal. I had the sausage bombolotti on the advice of a Boston friend.

  3. I am going to Boston next year, and from all the photos and ‘blogs’ I have read, it looks as though I am going to have a fantastic visit., Thanks all.

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