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TerriS Mar 23, 2007 06:29 AM

Hello Chowhounds...
I've got a group of 15-20 that needs a good place for a inexpensive/moderate dinner, preferably in a private room. Previous good experiences have included Burma, but I am just hoping for something different, and I do have a few unadventurous eaters so I'm hoping to be able to accomodate them as well. We'll be dining relatively early. I thought of Clyde's then read a horrible review of the service there. Any other suggestions?

  1. jpschust Mar 23, 2007 06:30 AM

    How much is inexpensive to moderate?

    We've done events at Gordon Birsch, RFD, Zaytinya, and Poste for clients before.

    1. monkeyrotica Mar 23, 2007 06:42 AM

      I'm not sure but I think District Chophouse has private rooms available.

      The only inexpensive place that has a private room in the neighborhood I can think of is Restaurant AV, and you can't get much more unadventurous than that. But their osso buco is still pretty good and the homemade sausages are solid.

      http://washingtondc.menupages.com/res...

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        cokie Mar 23, 2007 06:57 AM

        Hi, I was the one with the review of Clyde's, and yes, I highly suggest not going there!

        A couple years ago, I went to a dinner party in a private room at McCormick and Schmick's, and it worked out great. For a group that large, though, they might limit your group's choices (as in, choose among three entrees). I'm not sure about that, though, so you should call and check.

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