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Undecided between Prune, The Dutch and Otto; Koreatown Question and Market Question

Kat | Aug 19, 201107:22 PM     21

Is it too late at this point to even try for a table for an upcoming weekend night at Prune? We are two adults and a 9 y.o. Will we get the stinkeye for bringing a 9 y.o. in there who can't eat/drink as much as an adult in that seat? Behavior not a problem. If so, undecided between The Dutch and Otto. Heard Otto is family friendly, but is it good enough for one of the only 4 dinners we have in NYC? We live in a suburban culinary wasteland (relatively) and are looking for a 4 day food splurge. Second, we plan to do the tourist thing for DS and go up the ESB for the view. Looking to eat at Madangsui around 7pm on a weeknight. Will we need a reservation, or be able to walk in with a little wait? And, is it within walking distance of the ESB? FInally, we only have time for one, Chelsea Market or Union Square Greenmarket (it will be a Fri.). We'd like to eat lunch, graze, and also load up our cooler. Which one? Thank you.

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