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Private Dining Room (10 guests) in Manhattan

gwatcheater May 21, 2009 05:39 PM

Anys suggestions for a private dining room for 10 people in Manhattan..... (preferably downtown - but happy to travel for 'wow')

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    jenhen2 May 26, 2009 07:44 AM

    The cheese room at Artisinal?

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      UWStoSONO May 23, 2009 05:55 AM

      The Harrison in Tribeca has a great wine cellar to dine in: http://www.theharrison.com/harrison.html

      Also try L'Artusi: http://lartusi.com/events.html

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        Stuffed Monkey May 22, 2009 08:46 AM

        There'a an alcove with a table for 12 at Crispo which although not completely private is pretty separate,

        1. LeahBaila May 22, 2009 05:23 AM

          Lure Fishbar...though I'm throwing that out there without any specific requests from you regarding cuisine/price preferences.


          1. malibu May 21, 2009 07:05 PM

            Blue Ribbon Bakery has the vault downstairs.

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              acidity May 21, 2009 06:01 PM

              Freemans Alley has a cool private dinging room, very cool vibe, moderate (for NY) prices.

              WD-50 has a private dining room.

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                RGR May 21, 2009 05:45 PM

                You've not provided tow very important specifics: cuisine preferences (or avoids) and your per person budget for food (drinks, tax & tip additional).

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                  gwatcheater May 26, 2009 07:24 AM

                  I know I have not provided any information - all I am after is ANY restaurants you know of with a private dinning room.... cuisine and costs not important..... just the room!!!!

                  thanks for the suggestions...

                  1. re: gwatcheater
                    RGR May 26, 2009 08:35 AM

                    If cost is not a concern...

                    per se has a private dining room (East Room) which seats 10. The cost is a flat $2800 and includes food, non-alcoholic beverages, and gratuity.


                    1. re: RGR
                      gwatcheater May 26, 2009 12:13 PM

                      thanks RGR - actually found an older post you wrote with some other suggestions too

                      1. re: gwatcheater
                        RGR May 26, 2009 01:32 PM

                        You did say "...happy to travel for 'wow." And for many, per se does fit that description. In my case, while I very much enjoyed our one per se experience, the food did fall short of the "wow" factor in some respects.

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