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post #31 of 34
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Arrived late last night after major traffic in CT!!! Hotel nine zero is nice and, much thanks to you gents, saved some cheese by parking at boston commons. Did the trolley duck and am now enjoying a meal at La Voile. Plan is to maybe hit up fenway tonight...if not tonight, then tom for the day game.

Is fenway much better at night than the day? If we do go tonight, what can we hit up afterwards for dinner that late?

Also gf wants do brunch tom - any places that are good?
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Arrived late last night after major traffic in CT!!! Hotel nine zero is nice and, much thanks to you gents, saved some cheese by parking at boston commons. Did the trolley duck and am now enjoying a meal at La Voile. Plan is to maybe hit up fenway tonight...if not tonight, then tom for the day game. Is fenway much better at night than the day? If we do go tonight, what can we hit up afterwards for dinner that late? Also gf wants do brunch tom - any places that are good?
Fenway is good day or night. The Paramount in Beacon Hill has a nice brunch. http://www.paramountboston.com/
post #33 of 34
- Giacomo's in north end for italian. tiny place. you'll have to wait for a table. good good food.

- There are 2 great brunch places in the south end. Slightly gay clientele. Great food.

- Wally's cafe is the coolest jazz club in the united states. Dirt cheap, great late night saturday night fun

http://wallyscafe.com/
post #34 of 34
Next time stay at the boutique hotel called The Lenox. It's located at Exeter and Bolyston, just a block away from Newbury St in the Back Bay area of town.
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