Originally Posted by SField
Honestly for something romantic I would have said Grammercy Tavern. I love Bernardin but it's not particularly warm or intimate. Definitely not Per Se...
Robuchon's quality in New York can be spotty but I mean it's great. A good idea, but yea, your options are going to be quite limited. I'd also say La Cirque, which is really cool.
Hmm. La Cirque over Robuchon? I'll look into it. I think Gramercy Tavern is booked.
Originally Posted by bigbadbuff
Babbo, assuming you have 30 days until the date.
Originally Posted by gomestar
you shouldn't have a problem with Babbo (if that is what you choose). I was able to get a table for 2 on a Sunday calling only 3 days ahead.
We don't want to do Italian. Too heavy, and we often eat Italian for less fancy dinners.
Originally Posted by hws
La Pizza Fresca
Well, on the other hand, it would be nice to save money and we do like pizza . . .
Originally Posted by RJman
Cafe Carlyle. [/threak]
Followed by dancing in the Rubinacci Ballroom.
Originally Posted by iammatt
Go on Saturday. You don't need to have dinner exactly on your anniversary.
I don't know if she'll dig that. Anyway, I'd still feel compelled to do something on our actual anniversary, which means two
dinners. But assuming Saturday works, what would you recommend? Is the NYC Robuchon not so hot?