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Red Lobster in Framingham, MA
The Four's Restaurant & Sports Bar
166 Canal St, Boston, MA, 02114
1.Red LobsterServing the Framingham, MA area
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I haven't been to any Red Lobster in over 5 years. We decided to go here because of it proximity to the movie theater. We were pleasantly surprised by the swift service and the great selections. Soup and the shrimp lettuce wraps were great starters. The main entrees arrived super fast and the taste was spot right on. I highly recommend this place when on a budget and don't have a whole lot of time.
2.Red Wing Diner Inc
2235 Providence Hwy
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Great portions, fun atmosphere and amazing clams and seafood
3.Demitris Red Snapper Restaurant & Grille
2 Washington St
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4.The Red House
98 Winthrop St
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Loved The Red House. We showed up without reservations and got a wonderful seat in the bar right in front of a glowing fireplace. The food was innovative and delicious. Great artisan bread with olive oil and fresh grated cheese. The service was very good. Had passed by a few times and thought how unique and cozy it looked and finally remembered it as an option when next I found myself in the square. With all the history in the Square, you'd think that there would be more restaurants like this near Harvard rather than cookie cutter cold national chains. This location is genuine early Cambridge--like an old inn that is still in operation. I was reminded a bit of the Turf in Oxford.
5.Addis Red Sea
544 Tremont St
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The comments here really reflect my feelings about the place. The most favourable comments are generally from people who have enjoyed their first experience with Ethiopian food. If you have never had Ethiopian food, then this place is as good as any to start. It is a delightful, unique experience that everyone should try, if not here, then somewhere else. My wife and I love Ethiopian food, and seek out Ethiopian restaurants when we travel. I always consider them better than 90% of the alternatives, and hence give this 5 stars.\r \r However, those who have had Ethiopian before are rating this place lower, and that is because they are rating it compared to other Ethiopian places. I would agree. The big thing this has going for it is the atmosphere. This is exactly what I expect for an Ethiopian restaurant. All basket seating, with no tables. I love it. On the other hand, I agree with those who note that the food is lacking flavour. The doro wot was by far the worst I have had, and lacked the zing that you would expect. Similarly, the injera was really bland, and didn't have any sourdough flavour at all. Then again, the beef tibs were really good, and among the best I have had, and there was a good veggie dish with green beans, potatos, and carrots. So it is a mixed bag.\r \r But if you've never had Ethiopian before, these things should not stop you from trying it out. If I were in Boston again, I would probably check out another place, just to compare, but given the option of this place and most of the other restaurants in town, I'd choose Addis.
37 Fish Pier
Fish & Seafood Markets
212 Northern Ave
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8.Red Rock Bistro and Bar
141 Humphrey St
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kind of pricey, nice view
9.The Red Parrot
256 Nantasket Ave
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13 Fisher Ave Pier
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