465 is the full-service restaurant inside the Museum of Fine Arts. It’s not good enough that you should pay museum admission just to eat here, but if you go after 4pm on a Wednesday when the museum is free, you’ll have a perfectly good meal of sharable stuff like baby carrots served over cardamom yogurt, and sous-vide watermelon with whipped feta and jalapeno. And if you go on a Wednesday night when there’s a concert in the museum courtyard and you’re able to get a table out on the balcony, you’ll feel like you’ve hacked the city of Boston.
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