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Boston Convention Center - Fort Point Area

Channel Cafe is a good idea, thank you. I had only been there for lunch and didn't realize it was open for dinner. I walked over to investigate Lucky's tonight and while it might be fine, I hated the idea of taking out of towners to a dark basement. The Atlantic Beer Garden was very welcoming but I was afraid it would be too noisy. Sportello looked awesome but too expensive for this group, some of whom are unemployed.

Jan 05, 2010
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Boston Convention Center - Fort Point Area

I am trying to plan dinner for a group of librarians (10 or so) coming mid-January for a conference at the new Convention Center. They won't want to move their cars or walk too far or pay too much. I had thought Brandy Pete's on Franklin Street but it is closed on Saturdays. Sel de la Terre/Sportello probably too expensive. Elephant and Castle ideal but too far. Would appreciate any suggestions!

Thank you.

Jan 03, 2010
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Hot drinks in Cambridge?

Not looking forward to football game in rain this weekend, and wondering where in Cambridge (preferably in Harvard Square) I can take my friends after the game for a hot toddy? Thanks.

Oct 16, 2009
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Graduation Dinner near Waltham

There is a restaurant called Verona on Mt. Auburn and Rt 20 in Watertown Square that I like very much. It has a separate room, good (but casual) Italian food that is inexpensive and nice staff (except for Debbie, a very hostile waitress). It is just 3 miles from Moody Street.

Sep 21, 2008
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