New England dining >>>The Palm restaurant, Boston, Mass.
by Eric H.
BOSTON, MASS.- -- The Palm restaurant is not for devout followers of any diet plan, but for the rest of us it will do just fine. At this Copley Square, Westin Hotel location, huge servings of steak, veal, lobster, pasta and more can be experienced in a friendly but classy setting where Boston's beautiful people, working class types and families can enjoy the best in Boston dining. While an initial glance at the menu may produce a scare with some high prices, it is all redeemed by the high quality, and leftovers brought home for second and third meals
(imagine a 36-ounce steak!). The chocolate cake is the top choice for desert, looking like, in size, the chocolate version of the neighboring 52-story high Prudential building. The cake is absolutely delicious -- real dense, rich chocolate leaving one with no choice but to eat it all.
The Palm is actually a chain, with over 25 restaurants nationwide. It certainly doesn't feel like a chain with its marvelous cuisine. The decor is elegant, but not intimidating with its low-lighting, white tablecloths, and HGTV-caliber window, ceiling and floor flourishes. Service is top-notch, perhaps the best found in Boston. Overall, the Palm is a grand Boston dining experience, guaranteed to satsify the appetite and fill the senses as part of a great night out in New England's best city.
The Palm, 200 Dartmouth Street · at The Westin Copley Place · Boston, MA 02116 · 617.867.9292 · Fax: 617.867.0789
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