A taste of old Boston


 There's something to be said for hip, new and trendy; and there's something to be said for an institution that maintains its high standards. That was the case recently when we spent The Oak Room, Bostona luxurious evening at the Oak Room – no one is hurried here – starting with a martini in the front room, with a jazz pianist playing. We entered the main room and had a sumptuous meal – steak, au gratin potatoes and spinach for me, swordfish and lobster ravioli for my fiance and we both were in heaven. The 30-foot high ceilings, Waterford chadaliers, the architecture, the ambience. All a world away from the chilly one we left in Copley Square.

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