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After fifteen years, Clio is closing - for renovations. Before they do, chef-owner Ken Oringer wants to remind everyone of all the dishes that have put the restaurant on the map (and in the pages of Food & Wine, Gourmet, Esquire, etc.) with a nine-course tasting menu of some of his most popular and noteworthy creations. Available from Monday, January 9th through Saturday, January 14th, the $125 prix fixe features Oringer's cutting edge cuisine in dishes like the tomato water martini or the cassolette of sea urchin and lobster. Reservations are strongly recommended so call 617.536.7200 to sate your Clio craving before they close their doors. Call 617.536.7200 to book your table.
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