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Gourmet birthday dinner, heavy on the seafood?

MPJ | Oct 21, 200806:04 PM     34

I want to take my husband somewhere special for his birthday, a place with delicious food and incredible ambiance. I can't decide on where to go - the main reason being that we don't eat red meat or pork, and many of the restaurants I've looked at seem to have menus that are heavy on meat dishes. We love seafood and we do eat poultry, and I'd like to take him somewhere where we have both options.

Any suggestions? I'd like to keep it <$125 per person inclusive of a glass of wine (a tasting menu if possible). I was thinking maybe Palena, but they don't appear to have much in the way of seafood/poultry entrees. Farrah Olivia? Restaurant Eve? Hook? CityZen?

Thanks in advance for any suggestions!

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