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Where Would You Go for Valentine's Day if Money Were No Object?

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If money weren't an issue and you were able to go anywhere no matter what the expense, what Boston-area restaurants would you consider for a special Valentine's Day dinner? [Go here to post a reply.]
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REPLIES:

Emma wrote:
Beacon Hill Hotel and Bistro.
(Posted on 1/24/11)

Andrea wrote:
True Bistro in Somerville.
(Posted on 1/24/11)

Diana wrote:
O Ya!
(Posted on 1/24/11)

Liz wrote:
Tryst!
(Posted on 1/24/11)

Samantha wrote:
Craigie on Main.
(Posted on 1/24/11)

3rd_Most wrote:
Davinci.
(Posted on 1/24/11)

Ana wrote:
Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro!
(Posted on 1/24/11)

pp wrote:
The Boston College Club.
(Posted on 1/24/11)

JJ wrote:
Olivadi in Norwood.
(Posted on 1/24/11)

Tony wrote:
Beacon Hill Bistro.
(Posted on 1/24/11)

AB wrote:
Menton.
(Posted on 1/24/11)

mohanley5 wrote:
Strega Waterfront.
(Posted on 1/24/11)

RB wrote:
Towne.
(Posted on 1/24/11)

AG wrote:
How has no one posted L'Espalier?
(Posted on 1/25/11)

robinite wrote:
Upstairs on the Square!
(Posted on 1/25/11)

rg wrote:
L'Espalier or Menton.
(Posted on 1/25/11)

Dann Russo wrote:
Cafe Henri (still my favorite).
(Posted on 1/25/11)

MN wrote:
Hammersley Bistro.
(Posted on 1/25/11)

Andrea wrote:
Tryst in Arlington!
(Posted on 1/25/11)

HN wrote:
Mistral, Sorrelina or Limoncello.
(Posted on 1/30/11)

TF wrote:
Clio hands down, followed by Menton, Uni, and Hammersley's. BHB is awful. I have no clue why anyone would suggest them in this situation.
(Posted on 1/30/11)

KW wrote:
L'Espalier for sure!!!
(Posted on 1/30/11)

Daisy wrote:
Menton or OYa.
(Posted on 1/30/11)

ab wrote:
Menton.
(Posted on 1/30/11)

JJG wrote:
Troquet.
(Posted on 1/30/11)

Julie wrote:
Clio is the best restaurant in the city!
(Posted on 1/30/11)

steph keogh wrote:
Hands down the Regal Beagle. Yummy.
(Posted on 1/30/11)

lb wrote:
Come local to the Hearth n Kettle comfy place and great food.
(Posted on 1/30/11)

Greg wrote:
Abe & Louie's.
(Posted on 1/30/11)

LB wrote:
Joco's in Waltham.
(Posted on 1/30/11)

N wrote:
Menton.
(Posted on 1/31/11)

RS wrote:
Amelia's Trattoria in Kendall sq.
(Posted on 1/31/11)

RI wrote:
Radius.
(Posted on 1/31/11)

Mirseven wrote:
51 Lincoln. Hands down.
(Posted on 2/7/11)

CM wrote:
Masa Southwest Bar and Grill in Woburn.
(Posted on 2/7/11)

MAL wrote:
McDonald's ... as it is Valentine's Day would let her supersize, and add an apple pie or a milkshake.
(Posted on 2/7/11)

dawn a wrote:
Menton!
(Posted on 2/7/11)

WJ wrote:
Buy the best ingredients and stay at home. Valentines is probably THE ABSOLUTE WORST NIGHT OF THE YEAR TO DINE OUT!
(Posted on 2/7/11)

DM wrote:
Bosphorus Mediterranean Restaurant in Cambridge. Brand new! Very romantic and sexy.
(Posted on 2/7/11)

maf wrote:
L'espalier ftw.
(Posted on 2/7/11)

eileensideways wrote:
dinner in a lighthouse in newburyport.
http://www.yankeemagazine.com/issues/2009-07/interact/10things/rear-range-dinner
(Posted on 2/6/12)

krissy wrote:
Salts, Cragie on Main, Eastern Standard, Grill 23.
(Posted on 2/6/12)

darcy wrote:
Menton. Don't walk to it, run! Amazing
(Posted on 2/6/12)

dp wrote:
Ten tables on any other night than vday
(Posted on 2/6/12)

nicky in ebos wrote:
No.9 park for the chef's tasting with the pairing, mistral or oleana. Mmmmm. NomNomNom
(Posted on 2/6/12)

CW wrote:
StaffMeal Truck followed by a scoop of burnt caramel @tosci.
(Posted on 2/6/12)

als wrote:
Acitron in Arlington. Nothing like it anywhere else in Boston.
(Posted on 2/6/12)

david wrote:
#9 Park or Bistro du Midi
(Posted on 2/6/12)

Mrs WHS wrote:
Menton
(Posted on 2/7/12)

kate wrote:
Definitely Clio chef's tasting w/pairings. Menton also a good option (I die w/ their cheese course).
(Posted on 2/7/12)

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