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need great restaurant that is well-lit


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need great restaurant that is well-lit

Fay | Aug 13, 1999 09:53 PM

My brother is turning 50 in a few weeks, and I'm
planning to take him and his wife to dinner to
celebrate. He is visually impaired and cannot see in
the dark at all, so I need to find a place that has
both great food and really good lighting. Cost isn't
really an issue, since I'm willing to splurge for the
occasion, but they're pretty down-to-earth people and
probably wouldn't feel comfortable in a tony place
like Daniel or Aureole (both of which are reasonably
well-lit, if I recall correctly). I was considering
Union Square Cafe, but I had dinner at the bar there a
few weeks ago and just wasn't wowed by the food
(second time this has happened to me at that
restaurant). I haven't been to Grammercy Tavern or
Veritas -- can anyone comment on the lighting in
either place, or offer an alternative suggestion?

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