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:
Keefer's (the one steakhouse option)
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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