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Last night our family had a wonderful dining night at the Rialto Restaurant in the Charles Hotel (Cambridge). Certainly an interesting menu with selections enjoyed by various family members. But as I looked at the entrees I realized that I am a meat and potatoes Midwesterner when it comes to taste. I had not quite realized this. I still resist this. But my DW made the call. On the menu listing roasted duck, rabbit, lamb, bass with calamari, eggplant, scallops with parsnips, I chose grilled chicken which was delicious. Yes, the Rialto has a prize chef. I just hadn't realized how unadventuresome I may be.
www.rialto-restaurant.com/menus/dinner/

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