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MAG | Apr 4, 200312:24 PM     14

I'm looking for suggestions for a business dinner. The guests are tax attorneys in their mid-30's to mid-40's, many of whom are probably suburbanites. We will be setting out from 227 W. Monroe (Monroe & Wells). This audience is nowhere close to chowhound-like, but I don't necessarily want to choose the ordinary Morton type business environment and the event is intended to be convivial in nature. Thoughts that I have come up with include:

Aria
Opera
One North
Keefer's (the one steakhouse option)
Red Light
Tasting Room

I'm leaning towards Tasting Room in light of the wine flights, but have not been, so specific thoughts on that spot would be welcomed. Thanks!

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