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Dinner at Per Se - Suit or Blazer?

post #1 of 427
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Dinner date at Per Se this week... Suit or Blazer?

Was thinking either blue suit or navy blazer, gray slacks, white linen pocket square, G&G black monks. Tie or no tie?

Thanks gents,

Windrunner
post #2 of 427
Suit and definitely a tie. Enjoy!
post #3 of 427
Dinner Per Se would be quite the occasion for me, so I'd probably take the opportunity to wear suit. But that's just me.
post #4 of 427
Depends where. Personally I would go with the blazer a nice dress shirt, dark rinse jeans and brown loafers if it's a dinner date with someone special, a suit and tie would be overkill.

The only time I would go out to eat with full suit and tie would be for business and even then it would be for closing a deal, I would go more casual if it's after a sports event.
post #5 of 427
So jealous right now. I hope you have a great meal!
post #6 of 427
Being that it's operated by Californians I can't imagine they would frown on a blazer. But I agree with mafoofan that it would be a good opportunity to wear a suit.
post #7 of 427
You should try Dorsia instead. I hear, though, that it's pretty difficult to get a reservation.
post #8 of 427
Skip the dinner, save your money, and buy another suit instead (j/k...don a suit and have a great time)
post #9 of 427
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Originally Posted by NakedYoga View Post
You should try Dorsia instead. I hear, though, that it's pretty difficult to get a reservation.
No one on SF has ever made this joke before.
post #10 of 427
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post #11 of 427
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Originally Posted by Spatlese View Post
Skip the dinner, save your money, and buy another suit instead (j/k...don a suit and have a great time)
Not an idea to be taken lightly. Dinner for two will be as expensive as a good suit on discount.
post #12 of 427
+1 for suit, though they won't frown upon a blazer
post #13 of 427
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Originally Posted by JayJay View Post
Not an idea to be taken lightly. Dinner for two will be as expensive as a good suit on discount.

I know....what is the tasting up to now, $230 pp? I would still go though. In a suit.
post #14 of 427
I had dinner at Le Bernardin last Friday, and wore a suit/tie--seemed to be the overwhelming choice with the men in the room.
post #15 of 427
Suit
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