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Good Restaurants or Cafeterias in Schools or Office Buildings?

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A former classmate of mine recently asked me if I had ever thought about checking out college/university/workplace restaurants and cafeterias. I've been to a few decent ones (all in office buildings), but would love to know if any really stand out in the Greater Boston area. And, of course, they have to be open to the public! [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted on 1/13/10 by hiddenboston)

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MC wrote:
The cafeteria in One Financial Center is pretty nice, and open to the public the last time I checked.
(Posted on 1/13/10)

Edible Boston wrote:
Harvard Medical School -
http://www.ediblecommunities.com/boston/fall-2009/healthy-food-for-a-health-
care-community.htm
(Posted on 1/13/10)

Jen wrote:
We like the cafeteria at MGH (main bldg, downstairs). A huge selection of hot entrees, huge salad bar, pizza, (Regina's maybe?) sandwiches, desserts, and great prices.
(Posted on 1/13/10)

TC wrote:
Northeastern New International dining hall. 12.95, as much as you can eat. Amazing food, rated one of the top cafeterias.
They have Sushi (which they make in front of you), burgers, Middle Eastern cuisine, salad bar, cereal bar, sandwich bar, soup bar.
(Posted on 1/13/10)

st wrote:
Wheelock College has a pretty excellent breakfast buffet and Emmanuel College is supposed to have an even better lunch buffet, though I haven't been.
(Posted on 1/13/10)

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