Have never been to either, so I'm looking for some opinions on the best choice for an anniversary dinner next week. "Romantic" a subjective thing, so perspectives regarding the intimacy of each would be appreciated: tightness of quarters, volume levels, etc. And the food, of course. My idea of true romance is the suckling pig for two at AOC, but.... ;-) Is one restaurant's overall experience more "special" than the other?
Note: I have tables reserved at both Prune and Market Table as well, but have eliminated them from the running because I feel they would be, respectively, too cramped and too casual for the occasion.
Thanks very much for any help and all opinions!
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