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In search of awesome lunch options

Thanks!

In search of awesome lunch options

Thanks. What Italian places do you like better? Flour and Water looks great but only open for dinner.

In search of awesome lunch options

Thanks

In search of awesome lunch options

Thanks Robert. Any Burmese recs? I've heard good things about Burma Superstar.

Re the dinners, we have a few nights off mixed in, but yes, we were a bit concerned that the dinners are mostly of a similar sort and long. What would you suggest for some variety?

In search of awesome lunch options

Yes, I meant Cotogna. Thank you.

In search of awesome lunch options

My girlfriend and I are taking a week-long, food-focused vacation in the Bay Area. We've booked a number of well-regarded, modern-American-French places for dinners (Coi, Saison, Crenn, Benu, Sons & Daughters, Manresa, Meadowood) and are looking for amazing lunch options. Given that many of our dinners will be large, we might heir on the light side. On the heavier side, however, we would love some great Chinese and Mexican. What are the current thoughts on Slanted Door or Catagna, both of which I know serve lunch?

Thank you!

Last Boston Meal -- Sushi Debate

I'm taking someone out for a last meal in Boston before she moves away. I'm looking for something light and seasonal. Price is no limit. I was thinking of B&G, one of my all time Boston favorites, but am leaning towards a Sushi option. I've been to Uni, OYa, and Oishi 3 and think they are all pretty great; Which do you think is the best Boston goodbye? My general thinking is that OYa and Oiishi 3 are very similiar in terms of style, so may as well do Oya between those two. But Uni is certainly a bit different. Anyone have thoughts?

Thanks!

May 28, 2008
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