Quiet, fancy steak restaurant
My (somewhat elderly) parents were asking me for a suggestion on
what steakhouse to go to; they'd like it to be in the city, not
too loud an atmosphere, "fancy" and "comfortable".
I'm not sure..I've been to Morton's, and I think they'd
definitely find it too noisy; same goes for Capital Grille. I
don't remember how loud Smith and Wollensky was, but I think it
wasn't so bad..?
I haven't been to Abe & Louie's, Flemings, Ruth's Chris..um..
any others that people have tried/liked..?
I'd be most appreciative for opinions/thoughts.
Thanks in advance!
you could take a flyer on Ruth's Chris because the location and setting (the old state house)might appeal to older folks and it's a pretty good restaurant.
But a real no-brainer would be the Oak Room - very quiet, very nice room (ie. "fancy") and top notch service.
Avoid Abe's, Fleming's and Grill 23 if you're worried about too much hustle/bustle.
I would recommend The Oak Room or Ruth Chris's
Avoid Davios, because it is very loud.
The food is excellent, but loud
The Oak Room does have a beautifully serene environment. Davios I think, has an energy, but I've never found it really loud. Of course, I dine out quite early so it's not as busy and I guess a bit quieter.