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Quiet dinner spot for four in soho or east village TONIGHT?

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Looking for a quiet place (meaning conversation will be possible) with great food in the soho/east village area.

Open to cuisine, but prefer ethnic places perhaps thai, mexican?

Was considering ll Buco or perhaps Bay Leaf? something along those lines....up to $75 pp including drinks.

TIA for any recommendations.

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    1. What about Pylos on East 7th? It is within your price range, lively but not noisey.

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        1. At at El Paso corner of Houston and 6th, only people in there t 12 on Sunday. Spanish/Mexican. Not bad.

          1. Just went to Hundred Acres on MacDougal and had the dinner you're looking for: we were with another couple, had quiet catch-up conversation and a delicious meal including glasses of wine/cocktails and the bill was in your range. I say go for it. Another suggestion would be 12 Chairs, which was lovely, but it seems a bit louder and I was only there for lunch. I think you might be able to do Yerba Buena (now with two locations, one EV one WV) for that amount and food is great, may be a bit louder.

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            1. re: nattie23nyc

              Thanks everyone for your recommendations; we ended up going to Buenos Aires (East 6th street) and I'm happy to report that it was a huge hit. We all got steak and it was AMAZING! I got the garlicky fries and they were to die for....the whole experience was a combination of great food, atmosphere, and service, plus...excellent affordable wine.

              I will definitely be going back ASAP. (I am still dreaming about that steak!)

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              Buenos Aires
              513 E 6th St, New York, NY 10009

              1. re: maria_nyc

                Oh good. I like that place too. Very good steak, and the vibe in there is very friendly and welcoming. I would have said it may be a little too lively for quiet catch-up, but happily it wasn't.

              2. re: nattie23nyc

                I love the bread pudding at Hundred Acres, but I've only ever had that dessert and cocktails. What did you get for dinner?

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                Hundred Acres
                38 MacDougal St., New York, NY 10012

                1. re: Pan

                  We all got entrana except for one person who got the Filet MIgnon.
                  I got the garlic fries (becuase french fries are my guilty pleasure) and the rest got the mashed potatoes. The steaks were just amazing...I got a taste of the filet mignon and have to say that I liked the entrana better (go figure).
                  And I wish I had written down the name of the wine because it was a mellow red which everyone liked (Argentinian or maybe Chilean?) I'll get the name next time I go for dinner. We all split one dessert (tres leches); which was just about right considering we could hardly move from so much meat.

                  1. re: maria_nyc

                    You got these things at Buenos Aires. I was asking nattie23nyc what s/he got at Hundred Acres.

                    I've been to Buenos Aires (not recently), and found it good, pleasant and a good value, but nothing amazing, except for the price. Perhaps it's gotten better since then.

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                    Buenos Aires
                    513 E 6th St, New York, NY 10009

                    Hundred Acres
                    38 MacDougal St., New York, NY 10012

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