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Fabulous Saturday Lunch

Razorback Jan 11, 2007 04:43 PM

We are coming into the city for vacation(from Arkansas) and would like to have a fabulous Saturday lunch. We thought we'd go to Jean Georges, but they don't have lunch on Sat. Can you all make a recommendation for a visitor? Will be a party of 7, willing to pay for a delicious lunch/wine etc. Doesn't really matter what part of town, we can get anywhere we need to go!

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    Lucia RE: Razorback Jan 11, 2007 04:54 PM

    Perry Street, Jean Georges more casual but still delicious restaurant in the W Vill. Fleur de Sel also does lunch on Sat.

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      comidaqueen RE: Razorback Jan 11, 2007 05:48 PM

      Bouley is fabulous.

      1. jenniebnyc RE: Razorback Jan 11, 2007 05:57 PM

        If you like french....Payard Patisserie has a really nice lunch. They have a prefixe lunch for I think $28 that is worth a shot.

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          Todd RE: Razorback Jan 11, 2007 06:01 PM

          Not sure how well they'd accomadate a party of 7, but Casa Mona is worth a shot...really great food and wine...and IMO a wondeful place for saturday lunch

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            MMRuth RE: Todd Jan 11, 2007 06:21 PM

            I love Casa Mono for a Saturday lunch (with a nap to follow). Fantastic wine list (all Spanish) and you can start ordering and keep ordering until you are full (or stuffed).

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            RGR RE: Razorback Jan 11, 2007 06:19 PM

            Eleven Madison Park serves lunch on Saturday. Though they call it "brunch," and there are some breakfast-style foods on the menu, the lunch dishes provide an opportunity to dine on Chef Humm's spectacular French-inspired cuisine. The wine list is excellent, service is perfect, and the space is gorgeous!


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              Razorback RE: Razorback Jan 11, 2007 07:33 PM

              Thanks so much for the suggestions. We had also considered Balthazar. Not really in the same ball park as J-G, but fun. I've been there for drinks, but not for lunch.

              1. steakman55 RE: Razorback Jan 11, 2007 08:27 PM

                Took my teen daughter to Balthazar for lunch last fall (from out of town) and we thoroughly enjoyed it. Small tables and crowded but nice atmosphere and great food.

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