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Upcoming dinner with elderly relatives...need help!


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Upcoming dinner with elderly relatives...need help!

zook | Jan 21, 2007 09:32 AM

In 3 weeks my husband and I are taking my elderly (93 and 91 year old) relatives out for dinner. When we last visited they took us to Le Bernadin which was perfect. However, this time we are also taking another younger (60's) couple out with us and frankly, Le Bernadin's prices are too high for us to be able to treat everyone. The elders still enjoy a fine meal (I know they also like Jean Georges)but nothing too out there. One's mental ability is slowly in decline so someplace with a terrific staff (translation: patience) The younger couple are non-foodies. Need something that has a low noise level and that won't break the bank (price point hopefully not more than $75 per person. Note: they are non-drinkers for the most point, thus to include at best four glasses of wine or one bottle). The elders live near Columbus Circle at Central Park West. The younger couple are coming in from L.I. Any suggestions for us out of towners? TIA

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