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Madison & 63rd for lunch

Hello Hounds,

Need help for lunch today near Madison & 63rd. Have an elderly guest who likes his food. He is staying on 63rd so I don't want to walk too far.

Price unimportant, but we probably don't want a diner.

Suggestions gratefully received.

Sean

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  1. You could go to the Post House in the Lowell Hotel if they are open for lunch. I've only been for dinner.

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    1. re: MMRuth

      My friend is staying at the Lowell and doesn't want to eat another meal there! But thank you.

    2. Bistro Chat Noir is a charming French spot on 66th between 5th and Madison

      www.thelunchbelle.com

      1. Last week I had a very good dinner at Park Avenue Autumn (63rd St. & Park Ave.). I'm sure the lunch would be equally good.

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        1. re: ellenost

          Great suggestion, thank you. We had dinner there a couple of weeks ago, so I'm going to pass, and try lunchbelle's rec of the Chat Noir.

          Thanks all.

          1. re: aguy239

            I quite enjoyed my brunch at Chat Noir. Simple and elegant

              1. re: LeahBaila

                I started with the onion soup which was definitely the highlight of my meal. It's one of my favorite soups and surprisingly hard to find a good version. Followed by the steak frites. That was also a really good dish but not nearly as memorable as the soup :)

                1. re: kelea

                  Wow! That makes me want to go back...like right now! The last time I was there I had something boring like a salad and glass of Sancerre. Thanks for the feedback! :)

                  www.thelunchbelle.com

          1. re: bdurrett

            I had a really nice dinner there this weekend. Highly recommended.

            1. David Burke Townhouse- 61St. between Park and Lex- very fine prix fixe lunch ; and just as good but not that expensive(and the room is lovely) Mia Dona-58th and 3rd on 58th. Try the gnudi, a gnocchi like pasta with burrata cheese