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    I'm looking for an up-scale restaurant in the Boston area. Any suggestions?

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Here are some friends with simlar question as we.And I have this question for many days,anyone help us?
Kitty said: Yes.I'm looking for an up-scale restaurant in the Boston area. Any suggestions?-I try seach this on internet but no results found.Maybe this is a stupid question.
Mike said: oh,no,you are wrong.I have found as below for this question(I'm looking for an up-scale restaurant in the Boston area. Any suggestions?),it will help you,my kids.

This is to be a special night out for two couples.
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Abe %26amp; Louie%26#039;s on Boylston Street, Boston is the best. Always great service and a great meal. The steak is out of this world. They also have seafood and other specialties..

Make reservations well in advance, they are always booked!!!!!!

Enjoy.
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My first recommendation for an up-scale restaurant for special occassion would be Todd English%26#039;s %26quot;Olives%26quot; in Charlestown. It%26#039;s my first choice for my birthday dinner, every year.

Best steak: Abe %26amp; Louie%26#039;s on Boylston Street. Better than the Palm or Morton%26#039;s

L%26#039;%26#039;Espalier is a culinary exploration set in an 1880 Back Bay Townhouse. This chic %26amp; modern restaurant features inventive New England-French cuisine with an emphasis on local ingredients.

Aujourd %26#039;hui in the Four Seasons Hotel on Boylston Street is lovely....the service and atmosphere are top rate.
You can%26#039;t go wrong with any of these restaurants! Bon Appetit
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OMG, Boston has so many, here%26#039;s 1, I was there just once about 10 yrs ago and it only gets better.

AZURE
Lenox Hotel
www.citybarboston.com
710 Boylston St
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 421-4919
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There%26#039;s a very nice diner in the area that%26#039;s pretty upscale. I can%26#039;t remember the name though.
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Capital Grille on Newbury Street.
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Mooo on Beacon Street, by far the best...Great selections of wines...
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Try Fiore in the the North End. The food is to DIE for!


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