Restauranr suggestions- Sunday
We will be in Boston on a Sunday this month. Toscano is closed and my other choice is Marco that serves a family style dinner that I'm not crazy about.
We like all foods with a lean toward Italian, seafood, or French. Looking for quality food and service in a "quiet" atmosphere. We will take the "T" and will travel within the city proper. Looking to spend up to $100-$125 for the two of us.
Thanks for the help.
When you say 'city proper', does that include Cambridge? Rendezvous in Central Square hits all your bases imo. It has been getting alot of CH love lately:
This may not matter to you but just fyi, as far as the T experience when it's really cold, the underground to Rendezvous is a lot warmer than the above ground to La Morra.
Another wonderful Cambridge spot is EVOO.
For a combination of CH fav, great seafood w/ Italian and French influences, I'd suggest Neptune Oyster(but no reservations) and Island Creek Oyster Bar, both in Boston. but the former is far from quiet (it's a bustling, crowded, meet your neighbor spot) and ICOB is large but ,imo, well padded and easy for conversation.
I pulled up Open Table and put in a search for a Sunday table and 200+ restnts came up. Of them I would recommend Aquitaine or Brasserie Jo for French bistro,or Bina Osteria for Italian, all in Boston.
502 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA 02139
63 Salem St Ste 1, Boston, MA 02113
48 Boylston Street, Brookline, MA 02445
350 Third Street, Cambridge, MA 02143
581 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111
120 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02116
Island Creek Oyster Bar
500 Commonwealth Ave, Boston, MA 02215