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Theatre District Emergency! A Quiet Spot?

Cloudy | Sep 10, 200103:58 PM     3

Well, I screwed up. The place I chose for pre-theatre dinner tomorrow night (Sag Harbor) has admitted that they are noisy, as are so many restaurants these days. My father, who is hard-of-hearing, has specifically requested a quiet place to converse with friends he hasn't seen in many years. So quiet is now top priority. Next would be proximity to theatre at 9th Ave. & 43rd St., and also please no Asian food.

Even if such a perfect spot exists, I know it will be tough to find space for six people at such short notice. Can anyone help? You may be able to rescue me from a really pissed-off family! Thanks!

(See link below for original request for help - note that QUIET has now moved into top spot.)

Link: http://www.chowhound.com/topics/show/...

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