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shoshiedude Apr 27, 2012 12:19 PM

Sunday at 5 is a hard time to find somewhere, but we have a scheduled three person mtg in Milton,. Should be as near as possible to Milton Academy. Can't be fancy or expensive, but has to be cozy/comfortable/pleasant. argh. ideas?

  1. hiddenboston Apr 27, 2012 12:26 PM

    Maybe 88 Wharf in Milton Landing? It's slightly upscale, but casual and comfortable, and prices aren't too bad. Or you could do The Ledge in Lower Mills, which is about 2 blocks north of the Milton line.

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      newhound Apr 27, 2012 03:14 PM

      Food wise, 88 Wharf is a bit more ambitious than the Ledge, but can be a bit inconsistent. The setting can't be beat, though, for the area. Abbey Park in East Milton is also fine, and about the same distance away from Milton Academy.

      1. C. Hamster Apr 28, 2012 07:27 AM

        Those are the three obvious choices. Of those, the Ledge is the quckest and likely the friendliest. The food has definitely improved there, too.

        Tavolo is only 5 min up the street from the Ledge, just to throw that out there.

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          libertywharf Apr 29, 2012 05:15 AM

          A few minutes up rte 28 south is Newcombs. Family style, good food and great prices

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            catsmeow Apr 29, 2012 03:53 PM

            I go to Newcombe Farms pretty often and really like the breakfast dishes.. It can get a bit noisy if it's crowded.

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