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Complicated Equation- Tribeca, Early Fri. Eve.


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Complicated Equation- Tribeca, Early Fri. Eve.

caju | Jun 14, 2007 10:54 AM

So, this is as much on a lark as it is an attempt to find something I haven't considered. Hope someone can help!

I have an after-work date this Friday with a woman who works by Trinity church. We didn't do the formal dinner thing for our previous dates, but she seemed to want to do it this time, so I agreed.

The thing is, it's still early in the relationship, so I don't think the expense-account Tribeca restaurants would be the right choice. I also have an obligation early the next day, so it might be a short night, and a big production wouldn't be right either.

So, to make this as hard as possible, I'm looking for something quick, relatively inexpensive and romantic in Tribeca. Since we're meeting early -- around 5, 6, 7 -- I don't expect crowds will be a problem.

Searching the archives, I've thought about tapas at Flor de Sol or Giginos in Battery Park. I think tapas is in the vein of activities I'm trying to strike. Since we've shared Asian bites before, I'd like to avoid that. If there are better places, I suppose we could travel away from Tribeca. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance!

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