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Traveling from NYC for Girls Trip this Wkend - Need Restaurant Suggestions

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I'm traveling to Boston this Saturday 2/19 with my sister and friend. We are all girls in our mid-late 20's living in NYC. Looking to go somewhere trendy on Saturday night and somewhere more low-key on Sunday night. Also interested in good (affordable) lunch spots. Willing to spend up to $30 for an entree on dinner (not including drinks, appet, dessert, etc.).

So far here are my thoughts. Would love comments on the below/ additional suggestions. Basically looking to go to the "hot" restaurant on Saturday night and somewhere good, but low-key Sunday. Would also be open to recs of places that are absoultely outstanding for their food (i.e. the best think I ever ate was the X at X). Open in terms of cuisine, anywhere with delish margs would be esp. welcomed.

Saturday
Dinner - Noche, Lolita or 28 Degrees
Drinks - 28 Degrees or Clink

Sunday
Brunch - Mooo
Dinner - Franklin Cafe
Drinks - Was hoping for some type of Irish pub. Nothing with a college-crowd though.

Thanks!

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28 Degrees
1 Appleton St., Boston, MA 02116

Mooo
15 Beacon St., Boston, MA 02108

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  1. Sorry should have mentioned, staying at Hotel NineZero in the Theatre District

    1. I haven't heard anything good yet about Noche or Lolita and I'm not a fan of 28 Degrees. For Saturday dinner you might consider Scampo, Market, Eastern Standard, Deuxave, or Island Creek Oyster Bar, all of which will be lively and energetic but also happen to have really good food.

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      28 Degrees
      1 Appleton St., Boston, MA 02116

      Eastern Standard
      528 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA 02215

      Scampo
      215 Charles Street, Boston, MA 02114

        1. "Nothing with a college-crowd though"

          you'll be in the wrong city :)

          1. irish pub: the druid in inman square (cambridge). outstanding authentic irish pub food (no, seriously) with great atmosphere and decor. also, super close by is trina's starlite lounge. it's definitely cambridge's newest trendy/lively spot with an emphasis on craft cocktails and good beer, along with fairly upscaled/tweaked southern comfort food.

            i totally agree with island creek oyster house or eastern standard for saturday night. as a bonus, they are virtually next door to one another.