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Outdoor romantic dining/ near Copley Sqaure?

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bklynkat Jul 17, 2007 07:35 AM

My boyfriend wants to spend his bday this weekend Boston so we're driving up from NYC...I'm seeking suggestions for an outdoor romantic restaurant near Copley Square...We're seeing Martin Sexton play in the square on Thursday evening, so we want something close by...

thanks,
kc

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    cigalechanta Jul 18, 2007 02:24 PM

    Casa Romero's Mexican restaurant is very romantic and has small terrace in the back..(Gloucester St.)

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      WineTravel Jul 17, 2007 11:20 AM

      There are no "romantic" outdoor spots. Agree on the Sorellina rec... great chow, a nice atmosphere, and perfectly located... just a stones throw to the concert. Good point re: the weather... supposed to be rainy on and off for a while starting tomorrow. Check for Sorellina on Open Table and snag a table if you can.

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        Kbee Jul 17, 2007 08:01 AM

        What type of food? Price-range? Honestly, it's not exactly a great area for restaurants (or, at least, good ones). I've heard good things about CODA over on Columbus at Dartmouth, about a 2 minute walk, but they don't have outdoor seating.

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          robwat36 Jul 17, 2007 08:37 AM

          How about Casa Romero?

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            Blumie Jul 17, 2007 08:51 AM

            It's not exactly a great area for restaurants? Copley Square has some fine places (Sorellina being a great example, although they do not have outdoor space) and is directly adjacent to the South End, which is awash in good places.

            If you can get a reservation at Sorellina, I'd sacrifice the desire to be outdoors and take the reservations. (It's going to rain all weekend anyhow, isn't it?)

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              Kbee Jul 17, 2007 09:09 AM

              I agree that Sorellina is great. For some reason I assumed (quite possibly incorrectly) that they weren't looking to spend a ton. And of course the South End has great places, but OP was asking about Copley.

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