To be honest, I had a rather humbling experience. The night before MLK about 10 - 11 inches of snow fell in Concord, NH. In NH, snow must be removed subject to a $300+ fine. So, I turned on the car, opened the driver and passenger side windows and went on with it. Well, on the passenger side the snow had drifted, so I closed the side window and locked the keys inside. Yep, Oops! A houseman located a wire hanger, my shoelace worked as a slip knot and voila. Including snow removal, an hour past and I have worked up an appetite. We decide to take I-93 and head into Boston to explore and uncovered a hidden gem.
Because of the MLK holiday, we were able to find parking just off the Government Center exit on India Street. Venturing across the street, we discovered a waterside dining venue, Rowes Wharf Sea Grille in the Boston Harbor Hotel at Rowes Wharf. The restaurant opened in May 2009. Very upscale, the food is a Must Try and the service, impeccable. On a scale from 1 to 10, Marriott's Oceana Restaurant at the Long Wharf Hotel is an 8, and the Sea Grille at the Boston Harbor Hotel, a 10. Can't wait to go back.
Above: Main dining room at the Rowes Wharf Sea Grille at the Boston Harbor Hotel.
Below: The Fosters Pavilion, a harborside private function room, weather permitting, as seen from the Sea Grille. Typically used for weddings.