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Concord MA: 80 Thoroeau

I live a few miles from Concord, Massachusetts. Concord is a quaint town steeped in history--a place everyone should visit.

My son has worked on farms in the Concord area often. Recently, in an effort to learn more about farm-to-table restaurants, he took a job at 80 Thoreau, a fine dining restaurant in Concord. He brings home wonderful stories of the owners' investment, knowledge, experience, and care regularly. Then recently, my son gave my husband and I a gift certificate to the restaurant as a present.

From all his stories, I knew I was going to enjoy the evening, and that's exactly what happened.

80 Thoreau provides you with a wonderful dining experience. Every aspect of the restaurant from its location to the decor, multiple seating arrangements, a terrific wine list, and delicious food and presentation makes a visit to 80 Thoreau memorable and satisfying.

So during your next visit to Concord or when planning a special local event, I recommend the wonderful dining experience 80 Thoreau offers.

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