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Looking for Medieval Private Dining in Boston

Thanks for all the suggestions!

Hammond Castle would be a brilliant idea by the looks of it, but I contacted them and their prices are almost frightening given our budget! Would be most memorable, no doubt though. Smith and Wollensky sounds really nice too and the location looks great. I also contacted the Castle Restaurant in Leicester, and they are really excited about this and would like to make this happen. It sounds like they would go out of their way for us. I realize that they are further away from Boston, but they are really enthusiastic.

So if we had to choose - Smith and Wollensky or Castle Restaurant, which would you recommend for a medieval wedding? Is the food quality about equal at each? Ambience?

Apr 06, 2011
Eromyn in Greater Boston Area

Looking for Medieval Private Dining in Boston

Thanks for all the help everyone! It doesn't have to be anywhere glamorous or exotic. It can just be a nice restaurant with a private dining room that has the right sort of "stately" ambience.

Apr 03, 2011
Eromyn in Greater Boston Area

Looking for Medieval Private Dining in Boston

We're targeting a Thursday evening in June, tbd.

Apr 03, 2011
Eromyn in Greater Boston Area

Looking for Medieval Private Dining in Boston

I'm a Canadian and my fiance is an American from Nevada. We're getting married this June in Boston, as a "neutral nod" to our binational relationship (neither of us have any particular affiliation to Boston). We're truly unique people, so we're getting married with a medieval theme. We'll be wearing full period garb (costume) at the ceremony and will be "knighted" in marriage by a justice of the peace at Boston Common. The reception dinner will be a quiet affair with only a few friends attending, no more than 10 in total (since we're flying them to Boston from Canada).

We're looking for a fine restaurant in the greater Boston area where we could reserve a private room for the evening for about 10 people. Other than good food (and the food style doesn't really matter), we'd like a place that has a rustic or medieval theme to it, something old and stylish and antiquated where a bunch of knights sitting around a table wouldn't look too out of place. We'd also need a place that would allow us to eat there in medieval garb, so no place with a dress code (unless they'd make an exception)!

We've read about Medieval Manor, but it sounds like more of a dinner theater and we're looking for something private. Any recommendations?

Apr 03, 2011
Eromyn in Greater Boston Area