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Ladie's Night on the Town- Cambridge & Hotels

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We are in the process of finding and booking a hotel and making dinner reservations for a friend's bachelorette party next weekend. I'm somewhat familiar with Cambridge but would love any thoughts on a nice spot for dinner for a group of eight or nine- anyone with outdoor seating? Nothing wicked formal, but nice and unique. Thoughts on awesome bars? We're mostly looking around Central and Davis Squares, they seem best for nightlife?

Our main difficulty at the moment is finding a hotel- we are not looking to spend a ton, and would love to be able to split a room/suite as many ways as possible- we need to accommodate eight of us. We'll be driving so will need the hotel to have parking of some kind, and be within walking distance of restaurants and bars. While the hotel is mostly just a place to crash we are trying to stretch out dollars as best we can for our friend's special day, so I guess we're mainly looking for value first.

Thanks!

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