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rudbekia Feb 28, 2007 04:57 PM

Hi folks.
My sister and her husband and kids (2 12-ear old boys and an 18 year old girl) will be in town this weekend and we are getting together for bruch on Saturday. We will be traveling around by T and are looking for a place to eat walkable from either the Governement Center stop in Boston or the Davis Square stop on the red line. Requirements would be: not to pricey, some veggie options, and a place where we can hang out and talk without feeling rushed out. Any suggestions?

Thanks very much.

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    Blumie Mar 1, 2007 01:23 PM

    The Stanhope Grill, in the Jury's Hotel on the corner of Stuart and Berkeley Streets, has an above-average breakfast buffet (including made-to-order omelettes and waffles) at a below-average cost (at least as hotel buffets go: $16/adults; $9 kids). It's an easy walk from the Arlington Street stop on the Green Line (a very quick ride from Government Center).

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      ginnyhw Mar 1, 2007 09:21 AM

      Don't go to the Rosebud - they rush you out before you've eaten your breakfast! I can't imagine lingering there.

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        bear Mar 1, 2007 07:48 AM

        Sorry, I forgot to say it's in Davis right near the T!

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          bear Mar 1, 2007 07:47 AM

          Johnny D's is a decent option, with many veggie options. It's casual and not too expensive, and right in Davis across from the T station.

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