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Lovely lunch Lynnfield, Stoneham area?

SuzieCK Oct 30, 2008 06:12 AM

ISO recommendation for a lovely weekday place to have lunch in this general area. Not pubby or cutsie historik, but really good food nicely presented in a warm atmostphere. Any suggestions?

  1. opinionatedchef Nov 1, 2008 03:12 PM

    In Wakefield Sushi Island has wonderful sushi incl. some more unusual sushi items. The atmosphere is clean and modern and wood paneled., but not cushy. If chains are o.k.,there is a Panera bread just off rt. 1 in saugus in the marshall's/circuit city mini mall.a very tough search indeed.

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      kate used to be 50 Nov 1, 2008 11:17 AM

      Fecilia's in Stoneham is open for lunch. Not sure about the atmosphere part, but the food is very good Italian

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        RoyRon Oct 31, 2008 12:02 PM

        It's not quite the areas you mentioned but if you are willing to drive to Burlington there are three good choices for a "lovely lunch". All are right off the Rte 3A exits right before the Burlington Mall exit. They are the Capital Grille, L'Andana and Summer - Winter in the Burlington Marriott Hotel. Each of serve a very nice lunch with nice atmosphere too.

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          taxi Oct 30, 2008 01:29 PM

          I am sitting here thinking of Lynnfield places - not many, that's for sure.
          However, in Saugus on Route 1 N are Orzo's (pasta) and Jimmy's(steak) and Out of Asia/

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            shines Oct 31, 2008 04:03 AM

            FYI - Orzo's, Rt 1 North in Saugus, is closed.

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              taxi Nov 1, 2008 06:18 AM

              No kidding? Gosh, I must be in la la land when I drive. Thanks for letting me know and so glad we used gift certificate to that place. have a great day.

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            three of us Oct 30, 2008 11:08 AM

            Do a search on Wakefield as well as Reading. It's not my neck of the woods but I've read some good posts on restaurants in these towns..

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