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post #46 of 89
that works for me
post #47 of 89
Thread Starter 
One problem: l'ecole is closed on Sunday. Any other recommendations in the same range? Did we decide on female guests? My wife will come if we are inviting them, but that may give us too large a party.

Here's what I have so far. Let me know if you'd like to attend or no longer can. I will be making a reservation soon, but we need to pick a replacement.

Dinner
Chorse123 (perhaps +1)
norcaltransplant
gdl203
aportnoy
Nantucket Red
globetrotter
dah328
post #48 of 89
Feel free to make a suggestion, chorse. I don't have much in the way of Manhattan restaurant recommendations.
post #49 of 89
if you are interested - I can suggest a great chinese and a great thai place where we will be able to get space, the food is great, and they aren't too expensive.

if wives are coming - I will bring my wife, as well.

oh, and as I will mention in a post soon, I will be employed by that point and if the concensus is to go slightly more upscale that works for me, as well.
post #50 of 89
Thread Starter 
As long as they're in Manhattan either or both sound great to me, globe. I love both. EDIT - I live in Brooklyn, by the way. Just think Manhattan would be more convenient as a meeting place.
post #51 of 89
Of the two, I'd lean towards the Chinese one so long as it's a place amenable to suits. Lots of Chinese places around me are not.
post #52 of 89
One vote for Thai. Im really really not a fan of Chinese food.

Ill suggest another option: Craftbar
post #53 of 89
I recomend Sriprapai in jackson heights - maybe the most authentic thai place in nyc or joe's ginger, a very good chinese place in china town. I would say both are pretty suit friendly. joe's ginger is close to little italy, where we could go for coffe and pastry afterwords. both are by subway stops

but I am open to any other options, as well. anyone want to vote on it?
post #54 of 89
FYI, spouses and significant other welcomed. Is Mack, Earthmover, Ceestand, or Billiebob interested in attending? Anyone else I forgot? Come forth ye lurkers, its always good to shoot the sh*t with fresh ideas.
post #55 of 89
http://www.newyorkmetro.com/listings...rant/craftbar/

http://fireisland.citysearch.com/review/7419856
http://www.newyorkmetro.com/listings...t/joes-ginger/


works for me.

I have suggested 2 places, and I am ok with NC's suggestion. anybody else want to vote on it?
post #56 of 89
That pecorino fondue at Craftbar looks tempting, but so does the soft shell crab at Sripraphai.

There's a chance I may be bringing along a college buddy who recently finished law school.
post #57 of 89
Quote:
Originally Posted by globetrotter
if you are interested - I can suggest a great chinese and a great thai place where we will be able to get space, the food is great, and they aren't too expensive.

if wives are coming - I will bring my wife, as well.

oh, and as I will mention in a post soon, I will be employed by that point and if the concensus is to go slightly more upscale that works for me, as well.


Hey, hey, congratulations are in order on the new job.
post #58 of 89
If we're taking votes, I'm for Craftbar.
post #59 of 89
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mr. Checks
Hey, hey, congratulations are in order on the new job.

thank you
post #60 of 89
I would like to attend if at all possible, and I think June 4th seems like I can. So yes, count me in.
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