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bday @ upscale American resto for 18 @ $100/pp for food

meisteez | Feb 2, 201507:24 PM     10

Manhattan chowhounds - would like to celebrate my husband's 50th in NYC @ an upscale American restaurant (16-18 people total). We live in DC & only visit NY a few times/yr. Location-wise he is pretty open. Would like to keep food @ about $100pp w/out alcohol (of course wine will add more) and would like to be walking distance from a fun bar for after. Also, his preference is to be in the main dining area--not a private room, as well as for folks to choose whatever they'd like (although he's not opposed to a tasting menu if the restaurant typically offers one). Suggestions welcome!

Here's the short list but I know I may have missed some good options:
Bar Americain (Midtown-West)
Catch
David Burkey Fabrick: OK, but not first choice
Gramercy Tavern
Perry Street
Quality Meats
Red-eye Grill (Midtown-West): OK (may be a bit uptown)
Riverpark

Gramercy Tavern
Quality Meats
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