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Recs for nice place for dinner around 91/22 frwy

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25dob Jun 25, 2007 04:35 PM

Looking for a nice restaurant for our companys 25th anniversary. No chains. Something for 24 people that would please all. Near the 22 and 91 frwys so it'd be centrally located. No more than $45/plate. Northern Italian is nice or anything that's comparable. Thanks, Gerry

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  1. ozbuc RE: 25dob Jun 25, 2007 07:31 PM

    Near the 91/22? What city would that be?

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      25dob RE: ozbuc Jul 2, 2007 11:25 PM

      The other guy picked Spagatinis sp? in Seal Beach....we'll see how it is....thanks for rresponding to my post. Gerry

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      justagthing RE: 25dob Jun 25, 2007 10:00 PM

      can you give east west boundaries as well?

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        25dob RE: justagthing Jul 2, 2007 11:27 PM

        Yes,a Vietnamese friend said Brodards is real good. these guys wouldn't go for anything too ethnic...unlike me as I love Vietnamese and Thai food.

      2. brekkie_fan RE: 25dob Jun 26, 2007 12:11 AM

        91/22 sounds like Orange/Anaheim area. I don't know much around there for Italian, but could Vietnamese work? If you are more 22-centric, I've liked Brodard Chateau.

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          25dob RE: brekkie_fan Jul 2, 2007 11:29 PM

          Been to the White House....very good food but this time it'll be too expensive for the amount of guys in our party. The other guy picked Spagatinis sp? in Seal bch. I'll find out on this Friday.

        2. Das Ubergeek RE: 25dob Jun 26, 2007 05:30 AM

          Since the 91 and 22 don't cross, I'm assuming that you're talking about the area between them, which is approximately Orange (at the 55) west to the ocean.

          The nicest Italian in that area is probably the Anaheim White House, though I don't know about the $45 out-the-door -- perhaps with a catering menu. You didn't say how many people, either.

          What about the Catch, across from Angel Stadium? It's the sister restaurant to Taps in Brea... a nice seafood/Cal-cuisine type of place without being totally stuffy and mummified.

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