Fun/Trendy Birthday Dinner Reccomendation (~$35pp)
I'm looking to plan a birthday party within a week for about 6 persons. I'm looking along the lines of something more fun/hip rather than fancy and would like to keep the budget around ~$35pp. Location isnt a big issue, but anywhere midtown/downtown is preferred. I'm not terribly picky about cuisine either, but something interesting would be cool.
This would be for the coming Saturday.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I like Supper in the East Village - http://www.supperrestaurant.com/ they have a large basement loungey area with big tables. Prices for food and wine are very reasonable and they don't rush you out, Cash Only.
Yerba Buena - Perry St. is a little more expensive but definitely a cool scene http://www.ybnyc.com/media/yerbabuena... It may be hard to get a reservation there for 6 for this weekend though.
156 E 2nd St, New York, NY 10009
23 Avenue A, New York, NY 10009
Yerba Buena Perry
1 Perry Street, New York, NY 10014
Thanks for the recommendations, I will definitely check both out
For village vines, I see that I pay for the booking now, when I arrive at the restaurant do I need a printout or do I just state my name and they take the discount off?
Menus seem similar in that they are asian, which sounds good. Any more recommendations between the two, or in general would be great!
i took advantage of a Village Vines offer for 30% off at Devi. it included everything but wine. no printout, no code...the waiter simply confirmed that we had booked through Village Vines. it was very discreet, had that been a concern.
as for the two recommendations, i've only ever been to Spice Market. it was also a birthday dinner for six people. i had called ahead and asked about one of their private rooms. it was above what we wanted to pay, but they graciously offered it to us at no fee. may have been because we were eating early - something like 6pm. food was good and prices were reasonable. the real draw was the space itself. it's a pretty room and definitely interesting.
The Village Vines restrictions are listed under "terms" of each deal (on the right-hand side). For Zengo the discount does not apply to certain special menus, but does apply to everything else, including liquor. You should have the VV "Unique Receipt Number" with you in case there is a problem, because that is what the restaurant needs to apply the discount. However in all but one of my VV meals, we just told the host/hostess that we had a Village Vines reservation (as they suggest you do) & the discount was applied discreetly to our bill, as coasts said. As for dish recommendations, we went about 4 months ago & don't remember the specifics, just that we really enjoyed it all and have been wanting to go back.
622 3rd Ave, New York, NY 10016