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Jul 24, 2012 01:53 PM

Large format dinners in Boston

I've seen the Pig Roast thread and found a bunch of places that offer the Pig Roast in Boston. I'm wondering are there any other dinners like the Pig Roast that Citizen's offers in Boston? And if anyone knows of big dinners for lamb or maybe to mimic the NYC MaPache Beef 7 ways dinner?

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    1. In mentioning pig roasts, I take it you mean for a larger group, say, eight or more people, as opposed to just two (of which there are many) or a few (of which there are some).

      For a group of eight, I might pre-order Peking ducks at China King; one feeds three to four diners. Mary Chung doesn't serve the most traditional Chinese food, but its banquet-style dinners are fun and a serious bargain (and they serve beer).

      1. Taberna de Haro had a couple of options and you can put together your own table for it.

        Tuesday "cochinillo asado" (roasted suckling pig), and Thursday, "cabrito asado" (roasted baby goat).

        And to be sure there will be great Spanish wine on offer.


        1. You can order ahead at Hong Kong Eatery. One pig w/sides stuffed 9 of us.

          1. There's 7 Course Beef or Bo 7 Mon at Anh Hong in Dorchester, but I don't know of any Lamb equivalents. I am willing to bet Ma Peche's Beef Seven Ways was inspired by this traditional Vietnamese classic.

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            1. re: tatsu

              Anh Hong does 7 courses of fish as well - also delicious.