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Alternatives to per se?


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Alternatives to per se?

erlinflask | Sep 20, 2007 01:37 PM

My family was planning to celebrate my upcoming graduation from law school with a dinner at per se. Because there are 10 of us, we would be required to use the private room. However, someone has already booked it for that night, so we are now trying to come up with some alternatives (that hopefully won't be booked for May already!). My mom would like to find somewhere that is special, with excellent food but nothing too "newfangled" (she did not like the food at wd-50).

Some of my initial thoughts were Le Bernadin, Bouley or Daniel. We've all been to EMP and would rather go somewhere we haven't all been already.


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