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Myers+Chang Hits It Out of the Park Again

they have a gluten free and veg menu printed, just ask.

late lunch saturday 2/25

the johnny cake was a generous portion. it looked like a giant pancake folded on it's side, the presentation was really nice. i didn't try it myself, but there were no complaints from mother. the french omelette (ham and gruyere)was pretty straight forward, as was the burger. i enjoyed the duck hash and sunny side eggs. the duck it's self was nearly inedibly salty, but worked with the under seasoned eggs. there were quite a few families with small children as to be expected so close to the aquarium, and the space lent well to that. never felt crowded or rushed and we sat well after we were finished sipping coffee. the staff was quite pleasant and efficient despite being out numbered by toddlers. all in all a really solid restaurant.

late lunch saturday 2/25

we ended up at sal de la terre. it's a great spot. i'd def go back there

late lunch saturday 2/25

thanks, all good suggestions. Marliave is a good option, been there a couple times. i'm going to wait to see what the weather has in store for the day and then take it from there. i'm so curious to check out trade though! @ libertywharf chef there just got james beard nomination.

late lunch saturday 2/25

wanted to go to Sam LaGrassa's but they are closed on the weekend. i go to aquataine pretty often for brunch but it'd be nice to try something new. doesn't have to be fancy, just a good place to sit, eat and not feel rushed. i live in cambridge and am much less familiar with the options across the river... doesn't need to be seafood, could be within walking distance of the aquarium or t accessible.

late lunch saturday 2/25

doing the tourist thing with out of town parents tomorrow. aquarium, faneuil hall etc... looking for a good, sit down lunch spot to take break from walking around.