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Quiet place for Family of 9 near Tribeca for T-giving dinner

exalt | Oct 30, 201801:47 PM     4

Hi all, I'm a new yorker and am being joined by 8 members of my new jersey family for Thanksgiving dinner. We'll be 7 adults and 2 kids, 11 and 5 yo. The 5 year old is hearing disabled and the quieter it is around her, the better the experience is for her. Obviously no one expects a quiet time in NYC but relatively quiet. We're looking for a T-giving menu that is less than $90 pp before tax and liquor, but lots of places I'm looking at are $95 pp and that's ok. I'm looking for something near their hotel in Tribeca or a nearby neighborhood to limit their traveling.

Any thoughts about Little Park? Blackbarn also looks good, anyone know if it fits this bill?

Thanks so much for your thoughts. I know these big-group things are a pain in the butt in ny and everyone's constantly asking for recommendations, but at least I'm from here so I don't need a star chef or something in midtown, and there's no pressure that this meal represent NYC for the rest of my life. Just a place where we'll enjoy our food, they can take a 9-person reservation, and it's known to be a chill spot. Appreciate you!

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