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My wife got hired for the presidency of a company, but then the outgoing president was so territorial that she quit. Now, the international president fired the outgoing president and is making a last minute trip into town. He wants to have dinner, either for a postmortem or to rehire her.
Here's the task: She wants a place for a business dinner: not too loud, great ambience. She can choose anything, but doesn't want to be extravagant...the executives are conservative and might judge her for going extravagant.
My immediate thought was The Perch, which has great views. Any suggestions? Loud places that are too scene-y will not work out.
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