Downtime in Boston?

I will be in Boston for a couple days next week, and thought it would be a good excuse to do some legwork on the Modern Gentleman’s Guide to Boston. While I plan to use the interwebs to find some of the places I’ll visit, I figured it would be even better to go directly to those that share many of my preferences: you, our loyal blog reader. 

Any thoughts on the best steak house in Boston (no chains please)? Best martini? Barbershop? Wine shop? Spot for a business lunch? 

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Well for best Martini I’d say it’s a toss up between “The Oak Room” which is located in the Copley Plaza on St. James Ave near copley or “Eastern Standard” in Kenmore square.
Oak room’s martini is a little more about show, served in stemless glasses that come in a small bucket of ice. They also have live jazz on saturday nights there and a good collection of single malts.
Eastern Standard makes well crafted drinks and the martini is no exception.
Also make sure to visit Leavitt and Pierce in Harvard square. They’re a great tabacco and gentleman’s store.

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