Midtown West if possible. Thank you!
Any cuisine preferences, mobility problems, or budgetary constraints?
René Pujol is quiet (except at pre-theater time) and has good French classic and modern fare. It attracts an older clientele, so it should work for your situation. They have a prix fixe for both lunch and dinner (less expensive lunchtime).
What about L'Impero? I don't think the room is *dead*, but it isn't noisy. The service is great and so is the food.
Seattle: Where People Prefer Eating
Light food quick midtown prefer
Great meal, excellent experience (prefer pasta)
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