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Bachelor Party Suggestions Needed

Hazel | Apr 3, 200302:24 PM     3

The last 2 bachelor parties I went to were at Frank's steakhouse on 10th Avenue; once in one of the private rooms and once in the restaurant proper. I've had better steaks and certainly better appetizers but I have to admit, it's a great space for a large group. It's easy to get up and move around to other parts of the restaurant/table. And in the end, I guess it's more important to be able to talk to everyone in the party than be in cramped quarters enjoying better food or being in a place that wants to hustle you out the door.

Well, it's time for another party and I was wondering if anyone could suggest a different place that has space similar to Frank's. We're looking for a Manhattan restaurant, below Columbus Circle. Someone from our party said they enjoyed a party in the back room of Il Bucco on Bond Street. Anyone out there seen this space?

Thanks in advance for responding.

Hazel

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