suggestions for a 30th dinner
We are treating the family(5-8) (so the best bang for our buck is appreciated). Wondering
about new to the foodie scene.
Pretty open but I am thinking not Asian.
You've given no details, which is why you got no responses.
In a city with over 10,000 dining options, the more details about your preferences you can provide, the more helpful hounds can be. Otherwise, we're just a bunch of strangers naming random places.
Happy to do the latter but don't know if that's helpful:
If you want some awesome seafood... check out flex mussels, Crispo is great for italian and they have a big back table you can sit at that can accommodate that many people. Pizza/microbrew beer there is tobys public house which I am a big fan of. You have any other thoughts on how nice it needs to be? I just turned 30 and these would all be great options.
Bumping this up again.
Would appreciate feedback on these considerations
Dovetail - perhaps for Sunday Suppa - oh yes - we are going out on a Sunday in June.
Picholine - it has recently been on Savored which is helpful
(June's calendar isn't out yet)
We are going to Del Posto for birthday lunch during the week a few weeks earlier.
Any additional suggestions for Sunday specials would be appreciated.
Love Picholine but it's definitely not "new to the foodie scene". The food is excellent (nothing too modern), elegant dining room, with attentive and friendly service. If I had to pick one word to describe Picholine, I would choose "charming".
Picholine is wonderful but as mentioned, not "new" to the scene.
Betony may be something you would be interested in, fantastic food and fairly new.