If you are going to eat at the Hungry I be sure to sit on the patio out back. If you get there a little before 7 it will be empty and you'll have your choice of seats, but don't worry because in about 1/2 hour the place will be packed. It was expensive but it was worth it for my date.
The atmosphere at the Hungry I is beyond comparison with any other restaurant in Boston. It's been under the same ownership for many years and just keeps getting better.
The menu offers 8-10 entrees (don't tell me those restaurants offering 30 entrees know what they're doing!) and a similar number of appetizers and desserts. I've been to this restaurant several times and have never been disappointed.
Brunch is fine for older kids, but do yourself a favor and leave the little ones with a sitter, especially for dinner. This is a real treat! In the summer the patio is breathtaking.
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