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40th birthday with the girls, near Salem NH

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tweetie Jan 17, 2009 05:08 AM

Most of us are from the Boston area, but the birthday girl is from Salem and is just days away from giving birth, so we want to celebrate locally. Any suggestions for a Sunday brunch/lunch within a 15 mile radius would be greatly appreciated.

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    lexpatti Jan 17, 2009 06:45 AM

    Another great sunday jazz brunch is Michael Timothy's in Nashua - I've been to dinner and loved it, hear wonderful things about their brunch:
    http://www.michaeltimothys.com/

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      treb Jan 17, 2009 09:52 AM

      2nd Michael Timothy's, it's nice quality and they have some petite killer desserts, your friend, eating for 2, may really like this place.

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        whs Jan 17, 2009 04:21 PM

        I totally agree with the previous two posters about Michael Timothy's--it's consistently good and the dessert pastries are from Dutch Epicure. A caveat--It is a buffet style brunch and they don't take reservations unless you are above a certain number of people. If you would prefer to order a la carte, equally good is the brunch at Richard's in Manchester--their bread basket is killer. And they take reservations. http://www.richardsbistro.com/brunch.htm

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          tweetie Jan 18, 2009 07:34 AM

          Thanks so much for the recommendations. This is foreign territory to me and I knew I could count on NE hounds for advice.

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