What are the best restaurants for a business lunch in Boston?

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Melanie Nayer

Power lunches are making a comeback, especially in Boston. As start-ups continue to open their doors and more businesses make their way to the Bay State, business lunches are more and more popular. If you're in town for business and need a place to take a client - or just want a nice place to regroup with your team - check out a few of the best restaurants in town for a power-hour:

The Bristol Lounge at Four Seasons Hotel, Boston, is a staple for business lunches. On any given weekday you'll find a table full of suits sharing the latest happenings in the boardroom, or a networking group planning the next big event in the city. The lunch team here has an hour down to a science, so don't worry about missing your after-lunch meeting. Just let them know when you need to be on your way and they'll make sure it happens.

Visit Mooo at XV Beacon during lunch and you'll find plenty of State House staffers running through the latest bill on the floor, or talking about the next big campaign push. Mooo's lunch menu is simplified, ensuring plenty of time for good food and conversation.

If you're entertaining clients from out of the town, take them to the Old Union Oyster House in Faneuil Hall. This Boston staple has been around for generations and is consistently praised for its clam chowder and traditional New England setting. 

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