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March 14, 2002
Since the restaurant is at the bottom floor of the Westin Hotel at Copley Place and is directly linked with the elegant Copley Place Mall, one can window shop after the sumptious meal and look at stores such as Neiman Marcus, Saks 5th Ave., Sharper Image and many other fashionable shops and boutiques. An added incentive for the out-of-town visitor is a stay at the five star Westin Hotel with its large, well appointed accomodations with amenities and service suitable for royalty.
Since parking in any area of Boston is difficult it should be mentioned that there is a very large indoor garage attached to the hotel and valet parking is available. Taxis for short trips are readily found and the Mass. Turnpike is just around the corner for a quick getaway.
From journal Dinner at Turner Fisheries
Bayside, New York
September 8, 2001
In the restaurant proper, the booths are adorned with colorful prints of various fish on the wall above the table. The seats ensure privacy with an extended glass backing; service is fairly quick and what I do like is that they will prepare your fish whichever way you'll have it: steamed, broiled, baked, fried, grilled or not quite blackened with seasoning, but close enough. All their desserts are made in house, so indulge yourself if you can. During dinner, you will hear light jazz music which adds to the ambiance. If you take a table close to the window, you can watch people passing by--especially in the winter, when it's cold or near the holidays. The street offers a wonderful bouquet of lights in strings and swirls.
If you are taking the T to get there, on the Green line get off at Copley, or on the Orange line, exit at Back Bay. If you are driving, make sure that the restaurant validates your parking voucher for $7.00. They accept all credit cards.
From journal Boston Beckons
SOUTHAMPTON, United Kingdom
February 2, 2004
From journal Boston, Massachusetts