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Looking for a solid mid-range place in Brooklyn for 50 pax

Agordo | Jan 15, 202004:03 PM     7

Hi my girlfriend and I are eloping in early May. Afterwards comes the impossible task of hosting meals with various families. For my Haitian side (i'm all mixed up), I am looking for a place in Brooklyn that can host @ 50 pax, can serve family style with beautiful yet simple meats, seafood, pastas and sides (Im thinking something like medium-rare rib-eye roasts or chateaubriands, whole roasted large snappers, maybe dishes of gluten-free pastas (the fiance is gluten-free/vegetarian argh!) lots of great veggies, sides, etc. and one decent red and one decent white (kudos if i can bring cases of my own). I live in Midtown Manhattan but nearly all the guests from this side of the family live in Brooklyn (Flatbush area). Im thinking... $30-45/head? Or somewhere in that area. Thanks for the suggestions!!!

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