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Dinner for 8 near Westchester County Center - not too fancy


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Dinner for 8 near Westchester County Center - not too fancy

Bill | May 24, 2005 11:14 PM

My daughter is graduating high school in June and the graduation is at the awful Westchester County Center. I will have both sets of grandparents with us and will probably want to go out to dinner afterwards. City Limits would probably be a good choice (something for everyone) but I don't think they will take a reservation and I have no interest in running over to put my name on a list and waiting for a table for 8. My choice is complicated by the fact that 4 of the people are senior citizens, and my daughter is a picky eater who wants to go someplace that she would enjoy eating at (which is why City Limits would probably work well). Can someone suggest something reasonably priced (as I am probably going to have to pay) that will please everyone? I know that's a tall order... I was thinking of Legal Sea Foods in White Plains. It may not be gourmet but it's probably good and I think everyone would enjoy it. Except my daughter doesn't eat fish and generally gets chicken fingers when we eat there. She'd like Cheesecake Factory but there's the "no reservations" thing again. I'm not sure that Chinese would be a popular choice either, although my daughter would like that.. in fact anything ethnic is out.

Any suggestions? Are there any good red sauce Italian places in the area? I'm in Yorktown so I don't know that sort of stuff in the WP area. Oh, and since everyone else is from Queens, south is better than north.

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