My wonderfully fun but at the same time very English cousin from UK is coming in October for her first visit to N America in 50+ years, and we are spending a few days together in Manhattan. She a moderate appetite, likes her food, but specifically asked not to go to a steak house because she can't face huge slabs of meat any longer !
One night I am taking her to Circo, which I know from its sister in Vegas, and which I am sure she will enjoy because of its cheerful atmosphere, variety of choice and its being quite unlike anything she would find in Sherborne, yet not far out, threatening or weird ! She a moderate appetite, likes her food, but specifically asked not to go to a steak house because she can't face huge slabs of meat any longer !
I wondered for the second evening before we head to a show or a movie whether she might enjoy Serendipity, the first restaurant my Mother took my sister and I to when we first visited NYC in our sub-teens. I have been back several times, and enjoyed it to my surprise as, however funky the atmosphere, it has seemed accommodating, not packed with noisy teen parties on weekdays and the food fairly conservative with pleasant riffs in the direction of the bohemian spirit ! Would you think a spry 70-something would find it fun and appealing ? Or is it too over-run these days ?
Thanks in advance for your help !