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Pre Bruins Game Lunch Location Needed

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kunman Mar 3, 2009 08:09 PM

Heading to to the B's game at the garden this Saturday. Game starts at 1. I am looking for a good lunch place within walking distance of the garden. Pubish type good woudl be great. Thanks

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  1. Bob MacAdoo RE: kunman Mar 3, 2009 09:12 PM

    The Four's is the place, right across the way from the garden on Canal Street.Get the Bobby Orr steak tip sammy - mmmmm.

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      Harp00n RE: Bob MacAdoo Mar 3, 2009 09:56 PM

      BM, given the OP's stated request, I don't think there is another place to go. Besides, and if they're Bruins newbies, it's a right of passage. Love the Bobby Orr but another way to go is the Tony C, a breaded veal sang wit fresh mozz & marinara. Oh yeah!

      http://www.thefours.com/

      Harp

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      Four's Restaurant Boston
      166 Canal St, Boston, MA 02114

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        bignick33 RE: Bob MacAdoo Mar 5, 2009 10:27 AM

        When I think of the Fours, the Buffalo Chicken Nachos come to mind.

      2. Joanie RE: kunman Mar 4, 2009 04:31 AM

        Harvard Gardens on Cambridge St. 10 min walk away or so.

        1. MC Slim JB RE: kunman Mar 4, 2009 06:00 AM

          Waterfront Cafe on Commercial Street would also serve: pitchers, good pizza, decent Italian-American entrees, subs. burgers, steamers, steak tips. http://www.waterfront-cafe.com/splash

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            Bob MacAdoo RE: MC Slim JB Mar 4, 2009 06:52 AM

            Waterfront Cafe is a great choice, but it's a good mile from the Garden. I'd still rec the Four's. It's right in the shadow of the garden and while you are eating, you can count the stitches on Gerry Cheevers' mask. Or check out a zillion photos of Larry Bird, Ted Williams, and, orf course, Bobby Orr! with all of the memorabilia on their walls, the Four's is the equivalent to a pre-game walk down Boston's sports pantheon of greatness .

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              MC Slim JB RE: Bob MacAdoo Mar 4, 2009 07:34 AM

              Really? I walked that very recently, from a Bruins game to the Waterfront Cafe, and I would have guesstimated it at half a mile, tops. Might be a bit more than a ten-minute walk between traffic lights at the big intersections (like N. Washington) and snowy sidewalks, but not all of a mile.

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                Bostonbob3 RE: Bob MacAdoo Mar 4, 2009 07:37 AM

                It's nowhere near a mile from the Garden. It's a ten minute walk.

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                  kate used to be 50 RE: Bostonbob3 Mar 5, 2009 10:21 AM

                  The Fours is a classic sports venue. Really should make the trip, if not this time maybe the next. For food though, the Waterfront Cafe is far better. It is a 10 min. walk to North Station which translates to 1/4 mile at best. I commute out of North Station and familiar with time and distance to and from North Station and various points in Boston.

            2. Delhiwala RE: kunman Mar 4, 2009 07:03 AM

              Although not a "pubush type" place, Regina Pizza is only a short walk from the Garden.

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                phatchris RE: Delhiwala Mar 5, 2009 09:54 AM

                If the Fours is your choice get there early, by 11:30 the place is a mob seen. I'd and (I will be eating there saturday) take the 10 minute walk to the Waterfront for better food, and no line at the door.

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