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Penne Restaurant vs Matyson for 7pm New Years Eve dinner with picky 12 year old vegetarian girl

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Restaurants & Bars Pennsylvania New Year's Eve Vegetarian Dinner

Penne Restaurant vs Matyson for 7pm New Years Eve dinner with picky 12 year old vegetarian girl

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stever500 | | Nov 10, 2006 10:28 PM

We'll be traveling up from Silver Spring, MD on Dec 29th for 3 nights with our 12 year daughter who's a very picky eater. Four Seasons first night and the Marriott Courtyard downtown the next 2 nights.

Our daughter only eats simple pasta with red sauce, pizza and salads (she's vegetarian). She'll eat noodle dishes with vegetables too. We look forward to spending great nights out with her eating, even if she's limited in what she can eat.

We're doing Buddakan on the 29th, L'Angolo on the 30th and were supposed to do Matyson on Dec 31 for New Years. We eat early, at 7pm. Is Penne maybe a better bet? Someone suggested it on Fodors over Matyson as it may be better for kids and less stressful.

Matyson even said they could prepare a simple rice and veggie dish for her and were as nice as could be on the phone. What would you do?

Thoughts? We look forward to your Reading Terminal Mkt with her, an Imax film, the Phil Museum of Art and hopefully that new Philadelphia Constitution Center.

Thanks in advance,

Steve R
Silver Spring MD

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