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post #16 of 92
1 if by land 2 if by sea Very romantic restaurant
post #17 of 92
do a nice place on Saturday.

And then an excellent pizza and a bottle of wine on Sunday.
post #18 of 92
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1 if by land 2 if by sea

Very romantic restaurant

I have not been there in a while but this was my favorite romantic spot in the 90s.
post #19 of 92
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1 if by land 2 if by sea Very romantic restaurant
Are people required to say this?
post #20 of 92
damn time sure do pass by fast. congrats
post #21 of 92
You can easily get reservations at Per Se if you wait till the week before and use OpenTable. Worked for me several times..
post #22 of 92
Get a steak.
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Get a steak.

o ya nothing says heterosexual romance like a quivering slab of protein cooked by some mongoloid in a room with a marked testosterone surplus.
post #24 of 92
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o ya nothing says heterosexual romance like a quivering slab of protein cooked by some mongoloid in a room with a marked testosterone surplus.

Hey -- I'm a mongoloid.
post #25 of 92
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Hey -- I'm a mongoloid.

Not enough of one to take the woman you love to a fucking steakhouse on your anniversary.
post #26 of 92
I would not do La Cirque.
post #27 of 92
For your wife or both of you, a great spa experience on Saturday, Saturday night, room at a nice hotel & room service. Sunday go somewhere you both like but something low key.

Happy anniversary to you and Mrs. Mafoo
post #28 of 92
As I have suggested to others in the past, go to Eleven Madison Park. Its dining room is spectacular and very romantic, i took my GF there recently to celebrate a building completion.

I wasn't going to mention it here because it is closed Sunday, but I always thought it was a stellar under-the-radar restaurant that could compete with the big boys. Sure enough, just yesterday given 4-stars by the Times.
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As I have suggested to others in the past, go to Eleven Madison Park. Its dining room is spectacular and very romantic, i took my GF there recently to celebrate a building completion.

I wasn't going to mention it here because it is closed Sunday, but I always thought it was a stellar under-the-radar restaurant that could compete with the big boys. Sure enough, just yesterday given 4-stars by the Times.

Completely agree on EMP. With the new rating will probably be a lot harder to eat there.
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Completely agree on EMP. With the new rating will probably be a lot harder to eat there.

yeah, a shame if it becomes unbookable. But it deserves the rating, well done.

That butter poached lobster tail was pure bliss - and that wasn't even the entree!!
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