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Bokx109-thanksgivingBOKX 109
Inside Hotel Indigo
399 Grove Street
Newton
(617) 454-3399

Bokx 109 is offering a customizable, inspired three-course feast available at $45 per person. Guests may also select to have their meal paired with wines for $65. Reservations are required. See the full menu for Thanksgiving.
For more information call 617.969.5300 or visit
www.BOKX109.com or www.hubeats.com

READOur review of Bokx 109.

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