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Pinnacle Nov 1, 2008 06:20 PM

Hi All,

NY chowhounder staying @ 4 Seasons Boston. I have a really good expense account and was wondering if my friends to the north might recommend the best places to eat within walking distance of the hotel. I eat everything and will be in a group of 6.

Thanks

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    Gabatta Nov 3, 2008 11:00 AM

    Via Matta has excellent Italian and is right on the same block as your hotel.

    1. whs Nov 2, 2008 04:39 PM

      Locke Ober. Your group of six will be happy--order the lobster Savannah, clams casino and JFK's lobster stew. Tournedos Rossini also excellent.

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        csammy Nov 2, 2008 04:00 PM

        Both Troquet and Pigalle are a block away from the Four Seasons.

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          sophie fox Nov 2, 2008 01:55 PM

          I've been very pleased with every meal I've had at the Four Seasons. Aujourd'hui is excellent, as is the Bristol Lounge for breakfast, lunch, tea and drinks. Walking across Boston common to No 9 Park can be less than fun when it's this cold, but definitely worth it.

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            Valyn Nov 2, 2008 12:22 PM

            If you're willing to take a brisk 20-minute walk, you should also consider Radius or O Ya.

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            1. re: Valyn
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              kate used to be 50 Nov 2, 2008 04:45 PM

              Second O Ya, especially if you are on an expense account!
              You haven't said what you like to eat. There are all sorts of choices if you are on an expense account in Boston.

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              bachslunch Nov 2, 2008 12:02 PM

              Depends, for one thing, on what you consider "walking distance." If money's truly no object and dinner's the meal in question, consider Aujourd'hui (the place at your hotel), No. 9 Park (at the other end of Boston Common from your hotel, several blocks walk), L'Espalier (about 5 blocks down Boylston St), or Clio (about 2 blocks further).

              Reservations and proper dress advised at all these.

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                fabeneag Nov 2, 2008 12:16 PM

                Those 4 recommendations are the only 4 places you need to consider. I'd take my expense account to any of them and you won't be disappointed for sure.

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