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Matthew Kulas wrote:
> --- Skip King <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
>>Kinda hard to go wrong with Legal Seafoods, too,
>>although I find they've become a bit precious over
>>the years.
>
>
> I just checked Zagat's--go with Legal Seafood or the
> Boston Sail Loft.  Anthony's Pier 4, No Name and even
> Durgin Park don't look like attractive options
> (especially Anthony's--what a rip-off!).  For what
> it's worth, Kylie and I had a nice dinner at the Chart
> House recently, but it is a tad more expensive than
> Legal and the food rates a point lower.  On the
> otherhand, the decor may be nicer.  The Boston Sail
> Loft's food doesn't rate nearly as high as Legal, but
> it is very affordable and would be a good experience.
> Get a reservation wherever you go.
>
> New England Aquarium.

2 birds, one stone.  There's a Legal Sea Food right next to the
Aquarium, and the decor at that one ain't that bad.

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