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Boston restaurant for 21st birthday celebration

Thanks all, these are great ideas! I'm visiting next weekend so now we have some to check out!

Mar 07, 2015
dwsully in Greater Boston Area

Boston restaurant for 21st birthday celebration

Thanks for the ideas. We are a bit of self admitted food people in that she grew up in SF and France and we have chefs in the family. Asian, or just great, high quality food with great young energy is our focus. Thank you.

Mar 06, 2015
dwsully in Greater Boston Area

Boston restaurant for 21st birthday celebration

I would like recommendations on where to take our daughter and 10 friends for dinner on her 21st birthday in Boston. Somewhere lively. Not all her friends will be 21years of age so a bar is out. But we want a fun place to celebrate our daughter's birthday that would be around $50.00/person max.
It's early April, so inside seating this year!
Thank you

Mar 06, 2015
dwsully in Greater Boston Area

Finding a "hot" restaurant scene to take our teenagers to in Paris

Thanks, yes. I have just had that confirmed by several. BB off the list!

May 04, 2010
dwsully in France

Finding a "hot" restaurant scene to take our teenagers to in Paris

Thanks for the ideas. I was wondering if anyone would mention Buddha, so I'll check it out. You are right, cool and wanting to be seen are definitely two different things. At 16 and 18, they really don't get "cool", so anywhere with a scene will be fun. Thanks to all for the ideas - I've written them all down!

May 03, 2010
dwsully in France

Finding a "hot" restaurant scene to take our teenagers to in Paris

We are joining some friends in Paris this June, renting a flat and bringing our two teenage daughters to celebrate their birthdays (18 and 16). We've traveled quite a bit in the past with our daughter and it is always fun to find a "hip" new place to eat where the atmosphere rivals the food (or sometimes exceeds it, since they so want to be "cool" right now). We've taken her to Tao and other places like that in the states; when we're traveling in Asia or Europe, we tend to go more low key and great food. However this time, while we're going to enjoy some great places for the adults as well, we're hoping to take them to a restaurant where they'll feel like celebrities and where they can have a special evening. Any ideas? Thanks.

Apr 29, 2010
dwsully in France