Proposing in Boston? Have fun beating Top of the Hub Restaurant

top of the hub, marriage proposals, engagement storiesKnown for it’s spectacular views of the city, Top of the Hub restaurant is located 52 floors above the city in the Prudential building.  Rated as one of the most romantic restaurants in the US by the Travel Channel, it’s an option you must consider if you’re proposing in Boston anytime soon.  General manager Raphael Oliver was quoted as saying: “Tens of thousands of couples have become engaged at Top of the Hub since we opened in 1965. If there were to be a reunion of them, the amount of people attending would fill the entire Prudential building. Not a weekend goes by without several marriage proposals taking place”.  So make your reservations early, order those flowers and have the champagne chilled to make this proposal one she’ll be talking about for years to come.

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Published in: on September 14, 2007 at 3:08 pm  Comments (2)  

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