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DebDude Dec 15, 2012 03:01 PM

whats the price for a 4 course diner ther?

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    gdonnersc1 Dec 16, 2012 08:41 AM

    We ate the 6 course dinner last night, not the 4 course one. I can honestly say that it was as good a meal as we have had here in NYC. Every course was great but the lobster with Buratta was amazing. Anyone that goes here should be sure to try this. We let them choose the wine pairings for us (from their wine by the glass list) and they did a great job. They have a great list and a great set of wines available by the glass which allows the customer to have a true pairing.

    We will be going back in January which is the true measure of what we thought of the restaurant.

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      thesteiner Dec 17, 2012 05:29 AM

      What was the price of the 6 course tasting. We are deciding between Jungsik and and Marea for a big birthday dinner in Feb. Thanks.

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        DebDude Dec 17, 2012 06:02 AM

        Both are excellent, but I think that Jungsik would be a very good choice. It's a bit different than the usual.

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          gdonnersc1 Dec 17, 2012 06:08 AM

          I believe the food was $130 per person and the wine (you can go any direction you want with that) was $160 per person. Both good values for what we received

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        alepenazzi Dec 15, 2012 03:16 PM

        http://marea-nyc.com/

        1. Ziggy41 Dec 15, 2012 03:11 PM

          We made our own 4 courser and paid around 250 for 2 (with half a bottle dont recall $$). We shared the following

          1st - Ricci, Astice
          2nd - Pansotti
          3rd - Fusilli, Spaghetti
          4th - Bomboloni and ?

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