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Restaurant with a private room to accomodate 25-50 on 93 north corridor

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dadschum Oct 4, 2011 01:09 PM

Hi,

I am in the beginning stages of planning a high school reunion for classmates from a local girls' high school.

I am looking for a venue that would have a private room to accomodate probably a minimum of 20 women and max of 50 (it was a small graduating class).

The best location would be a venue in any of the communites along the 93 north corridor from Medford to where 93 intersects with Rte 495. We could go a bit west (Burlington area) or a bit east towards (Peabody/Danvers).

Last time we did Kowloon. The time before that we had something more formal at Spinellis'.

We are going for a low key, low maintenance somewhat casual ladies night out. As for cuisine, something that will appeal to all sorts of tastes. Italian is good, Chinese (though we did that last time) or a place with a varied menu. We would probably do buffet or family style.

But I am open to the great suggestions of the chowhounds.

Many thanks!

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Spinelli's
280 Bennington St, Boston, MA 02128

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    phonelady Oct 5, 2011 06:33 AM

    The Beacon Grille in Woburn has a nice function room

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    Beacon Grille
    400 TradeCenter, Woburn, MA 01801

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      pemma Oct 5, 2011 05:48 AM

      Salvatore's in Medford Square has a private room that looks like it could accommodate 20 (the old bank vault that was broken into by cops). And, it also looks like they can close off a portion of the restaurant to seat a much larger group.

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        food_lubber Oct 4, 2011 01:18 PM

        The Chateau in North Andover has private rooms, ample parking , very reasonable prices and food to suit all tastes. Not gourmet by any means, but it fits the bill and is easily accessible from 93 and 495

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          ipsofatso Oct 4, 2011 01:48 PM

          You beat me to it! I love the cheesy toasted ravioli and their pizza is also pretty good by New England standards. They also make greatly serious sandwiches and salads.

          The other option would be Mandarin Reading, a couple of exits N of 93 off 95/128

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          Mandarin Reading Restaurant
          296 Salem St, Reading, MA 01867

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