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Help in Selecting a Queens Venue for my Alma Mater's 30th Anniversary

ZenFoodist | Jan 9, 201504:47 PM     9

Happy New Year, 'Hounds! Hoping you can help me find a venue for my high school's anniversary dinner. Here are the criteria:

50 to 100 people
- sit down meal
- in Queens
- parking a plus
- handicap accessible a must
- private area preferable
- audio/video capable (nothing major, just a speech or two
and maybe running the video of some of the interviews we've
done)
- around $50/60 per person
- Sunday afternoon or evening in late April early May

I have myriad ideas, however all are missing one or two criterion, mostly with regard to the handicap accessibility or parking. Many of the alumni are octogenarians and the handicap accessibility is non-negotiable.

Thanks so much in advance for your insight.

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