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rozziegal Apr 19, 2002 11:01 AM

I'm going to see the Alvin Ailey Dance group tomorroe and want to have a relatively affordable brunch nearby. Any ideas?

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    Alan H Apr 19, 2002 11:06 AM

    Dim Sum at Chau Chau (sp?) City in Chinatown.

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      galleygirl Apr 19, 2002 11:42 AM

      That was my suggestion, too....
      Chau Chow City, 81 Essex St.

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        iworkinthearea Apr 26, 2002 09:47 AM

        I work in the theatre district, and recommend the following quaint places: Garden of Eden on Tremont -- most call it the south end, but if you're walking, its an easy walk. Pricy but excellent quality.
        If Finale is open, they have delightful and decadent pastries. There is a french crepe place also on tremeont that is very good, and serves brunch faire -- Jacob Wirths, usually opens at lunch time, also has a good menu, serves heavy german fare. There's also a little place called "TOGO's" on Washington or Shawmut that has nice bruchy food and sandwiches.

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      Bluebird Apr 20, 2002 05:16 PM

      Try the Brew Moon, just down the street, for a good ol' USA brunch...

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        chuck s Apr 20, 2002 06:21 PM

        Not there any more. Replaced by Rockbottom.

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