We will be relocating to the West coast and wanted to do a final special dinner in NYC before leaving.
We are doing a toast at Penn Top bar (bar at the top of Peninsula Hotel) around sunset. Then wanted to do our dinner afterwards.
Looking for nice NYC crowd, great-looking decor, comfortable seating, very good food and competent service. Decent acoustics too (not super-blasting music!)
Please weigh in on which you'd pick and why:
1) BLT PRIME -- because of the nice food and atmosphere; seems like a fun New Yorkers' restaurant;
2) ASIATE -- great view; we're not as sure about the food, service or crowd;
3) KITTICHAI -- high marks for its space; not certain about food and service consistency;
4) BOULEY -- perhaps dining in the Red Room; heard good things about their tasting menu;
5) FOUR SEASONS -- a NY Classic; would love to hear feedback from anyone who's been...
Also, WE LIKE PLACES THAT FEEL "LOFTY" with high ceilings, as opposed to that closed-in bistro feeling.
THANKS A MILLION!!