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Hi - we're from England and planning a three day stopover in Boston soon. We have two teenagers aged 17 and 15 and have read some good reviews about the restaurant 'Dicks Last Resort' Do you think it would be OK for us to take our kids there for the evening? Sounds like just the sort of atmosphere we would all enjoy and I haven't read anywhere that you have to be over 21??
We're not sure where it was used previously. They're also serving food specials, including fried crabmeat BOO! Of course, Dick's is known for its sarcastic service, so better have those moves down.
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They are celiacs friendly but have a VERY tiny menu. However they were going to give me a side salad instead of fries with my burger. They guy must have put in Ceasar dressing because the chef came out and asked what dressing I want as ceasar has gluten in it!
There are to be no jokes around race, religion, gender or gender identity, and no vulgar words, he adds. The chain has added a full-time channel manager for social media. Over the years, the concept had come to rely on fully prepared foods, rather than cooking items in-house, Buehler says.
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