It gets mixed reviews here. I had a very pleasant dinner there last year, others prefer the front room, neither is particularly well suited for a "nice romantic" dinner for a wedding anniversary where "budget is no problem" and "good views of [the] city" are required, as it has no view and is not particularly romantic. Per Se is really the only place I can think of that fits that bill (others might suggest River Cafe, which has a view that outpaces its food). If you are willing to forgo the view , Le Bernardin, EMP, Jean Georges (romance limited to the outcove table), Corton, and The Modern (nice view, but not of the city), would all be better choices, in my opinion.
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Re: Jean Georges. I think you are referring to the table for two in the alcove where a couple can sit cozily cocooned side-by-side. There are two of these, one on either side of the dining room. The first time we went to J.G., we were seated in one (not by request since I didn't know then that they existed).