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Searching for early Monday dinner spot, near Logan airport

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I've been asked to find a dinner spot in Boston for the CEO of my company to meet another CEO for a 4pm dinner next Monday night, Nov. 8th. It can't be too far from Logan as one of them has to catch a flight right after dinner.

Of course, I'm running into the issue where most restaruants are closed on Monday, or don't open for dinner until after 5pm.

I was debating about Neptune Oyster, but I'm a bit worried that they might not get seated at 4pm since they don't take reservations. Has anybody been there on a Monday? if so, how crazy busy is it?

What about Sel de la terrre?

Any other suggestions?

I've already checked Aura, Prezza, Meritage - none of them are open at the right time

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Neptune Oyster
63 Salem St Ste 1, Boston, MA 02113

Prezza
24 Fleet St., Boston, MA 02113

Meritage Restaurant
70 Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA 02110

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  1. Sel de la Terre on State St. says they start serving dinner at 4. It's in the right area and is pleasant with good food.

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    Sel de la Terre
    774 Boylston St., Boston, MA 02199

    1. I'd recommend Sportello - super close to the airport...

      http://www.sportelloboston.com/

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      Sportello
      348 Congress Street, Boston, MA 02110

      1. You might try Ecco in East Boston. It looks like they open at 4 pm for dinner, are open Mondays, and you can't get much closer to the airport than that. It's a nice, sophisticated space, great cocktails, great food. And a parking lot in back.

        http://www.eccoboston.com

        Though personally I think a CEO meeting at Angela's or Rincon Limeno in Eastie would be more fun.

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        Rincon Limeno
        409 Chelsea St, Boston, MA 02128

        Ecco
        107 Porter St, Boston, MA 02128