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Help! Need restaurant ideas for three sisters celebrating a 60th...not too expensive or noisy

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  1. Central Michel Richard. They have a website.

    1. we need more specifics: food preferences/restrictions, geography, price point, etc.

      and you'll find more responses

      1. Your request begs me to say Four Sisters. I haven't been in years, nor to the new location, though there are reports here that aren't terribly old (and overall were favorable).

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        1. re: Dennis S

          thank you...we made a reservation at Little Fountain Cafe...mistake?

          1. re: lmengel

            Little Fountain is pretty cozy and old-fashioned, but based on your basic parameters, it might be fine, but not sure the vicinity of Adams Morgan will be appealing if you're looking for quiet. If you're flexible, and seem to be drawn to French, I'd consider calling Bistro D'Oc as an option. It's charming and delicious and you'll feel like you're in France.

              1. re: katecm

                I would second the recommendation for Bistro D'Oc.

                1. re: katecm

                  I take your point that the neighborhood of Adams Morgan isn't always quiet, but the restaurant itself would be quiet, which seems more important. Personally I think Little Fountain would feel more celebratory (elegant?) than Bistro D'Oc, but I haven't been to either recently.