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Was my first time eating at Flemings. Went with 4 other adults. Sat at a round table wich was perfect for conversation. Our waiter Christopher was superb. Some of the adults didn't speak fluent English and Christopher was extremely patient with them. We all enjoyed our meals. We were allowed to talk and didn't feell rushed. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Came here with my girls' part of our girls' weekend. They have a 90s hip hop brunch every 1st Sunday of the month and found that to be a bit disappointing as it was just 90s tunes playing with no other themes adding to it (like hiphop themed drinks/food, outfits etc.). If they do ramp that up it would definitely be another star!. Other than that the service was great, albeit our food did take some time to come out, BUT when it did WOW WOW WOW so good! My Good Morning Pizza was so big that I had to take some with me even AFTER I shared with BOTH of my girls (they kindly provided a plastic bag for me to make a portable cooler- to keep it refrigerated until I got to a fridge- with the ice from the ice bucket that held our champagne for our mimosas, which were great too!) . The food I sampled off their plates, the S'mores French Toast and the Chicken and Waffle Sandwich were also heavenly! And the bill was not bad at all for ordering our food plus splitting a table mimosa (which came out to be about 2 mimosas per person for 3 people) - a little less than $30 per person. Overall if you could just be a little patient for the food , it's a great place to come and eat and drink while bopping to some 90s hiphop jams :) MoreOpenTable Diner -
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This is a great place for sharing plates, in fact it’s encouraged but not required! We started with a stuffed artichoke which was tender and flavorful. Then moved onto the the cauliflower which is perfectly cooked and spiced in a most unusual way! For our larger plate we chose duck confit salad with a perfectly poached egg, another great combination! This is fast becoming one of my favorite places on Nantucket, healthy, creative and delicious fare! You must try it! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The Bistro & Wine Bar is the signature restaurant at Mirbeau Inn and Spa at The Pinehills, offering a French Bistro-inspired menu enhanced with New England flavors. Both the inviting fireplace dining room and the outdoor covered porch, which overlooks the Monet Gardens, offer wonderful ambiance in order to enjoy a relaxed night out or to celebrate a special occasion.
Please note that online reservations are available for dinner only. Please call the restaurant directly for breakfast and / or lunch reservations.
The Champagne Garden Bar will open for the 2019 season in late May, with seating on a walk-in / first come, first serve basis.
Proud Winner of the Wine Spectator Magazine 2018 'Award of Excellence'More
Boston's last independent general bookstore, Trident Booksellers & Cafe is located on Newbury Street in historic Back Bay.
Since 1984, Trident Booksellers & Cafe has been providing Back Bay residents, students, and tourists with sustenance for the mind and body. Trident is the perfect place to catch up with friends, study for your exam, grab brunch, or browse our wide selection of books and magazines. We offer free wifi, an award-winning magazine selection, a full service restaurant, books, cards, gifts, and, above all, a unique Boston experience. Check out the Trident’s extensive menu, featuring fresh juice and smoothies, as well as breakfast, lunch and dinner. Be sure to look at our events calendar to see what’s happening tonight!More
Beantown, dubbed for the baked beans that put the city on the map, is about far more than beans these days. Local restaurants channel the region’s farm-to-table traditions and celebrate the iconic seafood of New England’s coast—no trip to the region is complete without a proper lobster (pronounced “lob-stah,” steamed and served with butter and corn on-the-cob), freshly shucked oysters, fried clams—you name it. Hometown to a handful of internationally influential female restaurateurs and the inimitable legacy of Julia Child, who called Cambridge home, Boston will always be a city where liberal sensibilities meet a global approach, in politics and on the plate.