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    We are going to New York in November. Dh will turn 40 whilst we are there. We would like to go for a nice meal but dh is not one for dressing up, he likes to be casual :rolleyes008:.
    Were can we go for a nice meal that does not have a strict dress policy.

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    What are your likes/dislikes? We have found some LOVELY places in the last year....




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    The Oyster Bar under Grand Central Station... the best seafood in the city and very casual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike, post: 6625
    The Oyster Bar under Grand Central Station... the best seafood in the city and very casual.
    OOOH!! Yes. Quite yummy....Arthur Ave has some great oysters too, Mike




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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike, post: 6625
    The Oyster Bar under Grand Central Station... the best seafood in the city and very casual.
    Oh that sounds nice.

    What are your likes/dislikes? We have found some LOVELY places in the last year....
    We are not fusy at all. Love anything really. Dh would not be happy with a vegitarian restraunt but thats about it. We love pasta and seafood best.

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    Found the web site if anyone is intrested. Thanks Mike dh would love it there

    http://www.oysterbarny.com/oysterbar/html/index2.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike, post: 6629
    ..sigh.. I can't wait to get back to New York.
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    I'd have to say, Carmine's in the Theatre District is also delicious. I've included their URL below...all of their dishes are served family style. I love Carmine's because it's so versatile, it's great for couples enjoying a romantic dinner (it's actually where Jon proposed to me) but it's also great for huge groups who want to have a good time. The food is FANTASTIC (the martinis are big enough to swim in) and the atmosphere is lovely...almost like eating at your Italian grandmother's.....

    http://www.carminesnyc.com/




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    Quote Originally Posted by beccaberry, post: 6635
    I'd have to say, Carmine's in the Theatre District is also delicious. I've included their URL below...all of their dishes are served family style. I love Carmine's because it's so versatile, it's great for couples enjoying a romantic dinner (it's actually where Jon proposed to me) but it's also great for huge groups who want to have a good time. The food is FANTASTIC (the martinis are big enough to swim in) and the atmosphere is lovely...almost like eating at your Italian grandmother's.....

    http://www.carminesnyc.com/
    Thanks hun. Great menu, i am going to put it on my list as dh and i love itallian food.

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