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italophile Jul 6, 2007 06:17 AM

Hi all - we're entertaining a couple from NYC. They're up for good food, nothing too chi-chi, but on par with some of these...we've done Stella, Toro, Via Matta in the past...anything new and delicious? We live downtown and aren't "afraid" to travel too far, but obviously on these warm nights love to walk!

  1. MC Slim JB Jul 6, 2007 06:42 AM

    I've really been enjoying Sage lately, but recent raves in the Globe and today's Herald might make getting a Saturday night table tough. Rocca is another one that might do, but it's closed until Monday. Some thoughts: Rendezvous in Central Square, Trattoria Toscana (no reservations, but the Sox are out of town), Grotto, Pops.

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      Blumie Jul 6, 2007 06:54 AM

      Just went to try to book Sage for this weekend on opentable. Although restaurants sometimes have inventory that is not available on opentable, opentable shows only 5:30 as being available tonight, tomorrow night and Sunday night. Word obviously is out.

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      BostonBarGuy Jul 6, 2007 11:25 AM

      Make sure you bring them somewhere with a TV w/the Sox on!!! Neptune(go early), Sorrelina(a little on the fancy side), Bin 26(no tv) for wine and some small bites. If you haven't been to The Butcher Shop and B&G oyster, I'd go to both. Butcher Shop for wine, cheese and charcuterie, then B&G for seafood.

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        emilief Jul 8, 2007 01:31 PM

        Second Sorellina- yes, a little fancy but soo good.

      2. TomH Jul 9, 2007 11:01 AM

        Have you tried Sel de la Terre yet?

        http://www.seldelaterre.com/

        I have gone twice now. Once with clients and once with the wife and it was fantastic both times.

        Enjoy!
        Tom

        1. kittychow Jul 9, 2007 12:07 PM

          I went to Neptune with some NYers last weekend and we had a wonderful meal. I left some feedback earlier today (http://www.chowhound.com/topics/419300).

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