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Dinner for a group of 50 in Newark

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Can anyone recommend a place that can take 50 fifty people for dinner on a Saturday night? We will be staying by the airport.

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  1. http://www.donpeperestaurant.com/

    1. Don Pepe is a bit overrated (and overpriced, imo)...I far prefer the back room at Adega Grill, which could accommodate 50.

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      Adega Grill
      130 Ferry St, Newark, NJ 07105

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      1. re: Curlz

        When we lived in newark Year after year we always had a great time at Don Pepe's restaurant overated I think not......great food and service consistently?..yes.... I have yet to dine at Adega Grill....but it looks very nice...will have to try it sometime when in the area also.

      2. Fornos of Spain has great food and has party rooms, too. That's our fave spot when we go to things in Newark....can't miss.

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        Fornos of Spain
        47 Ferry St, Newark, NJ 07105

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        1. re: maryanne06

          i second the Fornos love. every other restaurant in newark i have been to pales in comparison to the quality of the food and ambiance that you find there.

          1. re: benn2009

            Then you've never dined at Seabra's.

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            Seabra's Marisqueira
            87 Madison St, Newark, NJ 07105

            1. re: Duppie

              Better food for sure, but not a place for 50 people....

              1. re: jmoryl

                Why not? the back room sits 90+ diners and I have seen parties of close to 50 on several occasions. You just have to set a reservation and menu before hand so as not to slam the kitchen.

        2. Has Dinosaur BBQ opened yet?

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          1. re: jnk

            not even close....still working on the interior and there were no outer walls on the store front as of last week.

            1. re: benn2009

              Oh well, it was a thought. Thanks.