Boston Harbor Hotel, Rowes Wharf, Boston, (617) 439-7000. Rising along the border of downtown Boston and the waterfront, this is the perfect location for business or pleasure. Enjoy fabulous views and New England cuisine in our Rowes Wharf Restaurant, featuring the Best of Boston 1998 "Best Brunch." Visit us at www.bhh.com.
Cafe Budapest, Copley Square Hotel, 90 Exeter Street, Boston, (617) 266-1979. Formal. Price range $19-$33. Fine Hungarian cuisine in an elegant Old World setting, complete with violinists and pianist performing nightly. Specialties include cherry soup, veal goulash, stuffed cabbage, and sauerbraten.
Chez Henri, One Shepard Street, Cambridge, (617) 354-8980. A modern French bistro with a Cuban twist, located near Harvard Square. The menu features updated versions of classic bistro cuisine with a Latin accent, such as steak with yucca frites. The bar serves Cuban style tapas (empanadas, grilled homemade chorizo) until midnight. Besides the à la carte menu, prix-fixe dinners in the French manner are available. Prices are moderate, dress is casual. Dinner: Monday to Thursday, 5:30-10; Friday and Saturday, 5:30-11; Sunday, 5-9. Sunday brunch, 11-2. American Express/Diners Club/Mastercard/Visa.
Inn at Harvard, The Atrium Dining Room, 1201 Massachusetts Avenue (corner of Harvard and Quincy Streets), Cambridge, (617) 491-2222. Experience innovative New England cuisine in a beautiful courtyard setting. Serving breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, cocktails, and dinner. Complimentary valet parking with dinner.
Le Meridien Boston, 250 Franklin Street, Boston, (617) 451-1900. Le Meridien, one of Boston's premier hotels, invites you to complete your graduation with fine dining at Julien. As the day's Commencement celebration gives way to the night's festivities, delight at the restaurant Boston Magazine honored for "impeccably executed French food." To learn more about dining at Julien or to make a reservation and experience our award-winning cuisine and attentive service, call 451-1900 or visit www.LeMeridienBoston.com.
Longwood Grille & Bar, The Inn at Longwood Medical, 342 Longwood Avenue, Boston, (617) 232-9770. A colorful and eclectically designed restaurant, located adjacent to the Food Court at the Longwood Galleria, opens its doors to the Longwood community to offer a creative dining experience. Contemporary American cuisine, ranging from slow-roasted baby back ribs to grilled tuna steak. Full-service bar, wine list, and microbrews on tap. Open seven days a week. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night dinner. Please visit us at www.longwoodgrille.com or e-mail us at email@example.com.
Maison Robert, 45 School Street, Boston, (617) 227-3370. This Boston classic in the renovated Old City Hall was opened in 1971 by Lucien Robert and his wife, Ann, A.M. '56. Daughter Andrée and nephew Jacky, maître cuisinier de France, have since joined them. Classic and contemporary French food is served in the elegant main dining room and bistro-style fare in the more informal café. Fine wines. Seasonal garden. Valet parking. www.maisonrobert.com.
Terramia Ristorante, 98 Salem Street, North End, Boston, (617) 523-3112. "Terramia has become a hit with Boston insiders. The 40 seats are filled with savvy diners (including owners of other restaurants paying the ultimate compliment)," stated Bon Appetit in 1996. Fine wines available. Corporate events can be accommodated. At the top of the 1998 Zagat Survey's "Italian List for North and South," with a high rating of 26. Dinner only.
Up Stairs at the Pudding, 10 Holyoke Street, Cambridge, (617) 864-1933. The atmosphere, like the menu, is elegant: bowls of fresh flowers on the table, pink tablecloths, chandeliers, and rich hunter-green walls stretching up to high ceilings. Serving lunch, dinner, and weekend brunch. Outdoor herb garden.
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