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Seeking: Brunch restaurant good for large group

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cidonie May 2, 2007 07:22 AM

Hi. I run a NYC women's group and I'm hoping to start the same thing in Boston. At the heart of our group is/was a monthly brunch where members were invited. I'm looking for a restaurant that's easily accessible which offers a prix fixe menu. (Typically, I set the price for the brunch, collect the money from attendees and pay the bill. Additional drinks are usually purchased by individuals).

Let me know what places you would recommend. Thank yo.

  1. hotoynoodle May 2, 2007 07:52 AM

    what constitutes a *large group*?

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    1. re: hotoynoodle
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      cidonie May 2, 2007 08:03 AM

      That's the problem - anywhere from 10-20. I would need the flexibility to give an unspecified number. I've found that it works best here in NYC with restaurants that are just getting started.

      1. re: cidonie
        kittychow May 2, 2007 09:44 AM

        Saturday or Sunday brunch? Price range? And location flexiblity. Are you looking only in Boston or would Cambridge work as well?

        I assume you'd have a final number within a few days of the brunch. If that's the case I don't think that's a big issue.

        1. re: kittychow
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          cidonie May 3, 2007 07:14 AM

          Saturday would be preferable. And NO, I wouldn't have a final number, only an estimate. Cambridge would work as well.

          L

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            Taralli May 3, 2007 07:40 AM

            Blue Room in Cambridge Kendall Square has a very eclectic brunch, but only on Sundays - you'd definitely need a reservation at this popular brunch spot: http://boston.menupages.com/restauran...

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