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Findin | Sep 5, 201901:27 PM     3

Heading out in October and trying to decide between a few options for dinner. I was hoping for Eleven Madison but couldn't get the reservation. Am considering Masa but at $595 US per person seems a bit nuts, but willing to consider. I was also looking at Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare, but 20 courses seems a bit much. I have done tasting menus at Per Se and Gabriel Kreuther and find myself borderline ill near the end (although I think the wine flight may be more to blame). Fallbacks (only because I have already been, albeit many years ago) would be Le Bernadine and Daniel. Thoughts, and suggestions for other places (preferably not too far south in Manhattan) also welcome! Thanks in advance!

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