There will be 5 of us. I want a place with good food that won't rush us out and where we can hear eachother speak. On the stuffy vs. homey continuum, I want some place comfortable.
More central Village (70 Prince street) - Savoy. Definitely comfortable, closer to homey but really good food. I've had truly fantastic desserts there!
Chelsea: Red Cat; SuenosW/ Village: Blue Ribbon Bakery, downstairs grotto-like space
You can try It's a Dominican Thing on19th street. I know someone who had a reunion there & loved it- good food & better prices.
Cuisine preferences? Casual vs Fancier? Per person budget for food?
Moran's on 10th Ave & 20th ST is a good choice. Theyve got big tables, a few different rooms, decent food and some ambiance.
This one's easy.Crispo all the way.
Crispo's a good option - aside from fantastic food they also have some semi-private rooms which would be a good fit for the size of your group.
Another option is Alta - tapas/small plates so it's meant for lingering. The place has great atmosphere.
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