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Need a Quiet Restaurant for Candidate Dinner

jellybell | Mar 6, 201705:50 AM     7

I need a place to take a job candidate to a pre-interview dinner. Some places that are already in play are Estia, and Osteria. The place has to take reservations, be comfortable for city strangers, quiet enough for talking, and have a menu that suits all tastes. Other possibilities I mentioned were Talula's Garden, Amada, Tinto and Zama. I know Tinto and Zama are small. Do you think they are too small? I have never eaten at Talula's Garden and haven't eaten at Amada in long time. On another Chowhound thread about interviews someone mentioned Devon Grill.

What do you think? Oh and work is paying so money is not a big object but it is an object.

Thank you

Cafe el Colombiano
Zama
Osteria
Devon Seafood Grill
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