Nice but not crazy-pricey NYC restaurants for 12 - 15 people?
July 3, 2014 11:06 AM Subscribe
I'm helping my friend's Maid of Honor plan the bachelorette party. Due to a miscommunication, I thought we would be a party of 6 for dinner. Nope. It's between 12 - 15 people. I need to rethink.
posted by functionequalsform to Food & Drink (8 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
As fun-loving but not debaucherous 30-somethings, we're looking to dress up for a nice dinner, with interesting and slightly fancy food. The party is July 25th, so I have a few weeks to figure it out. This being New York, however, I'll need to do it as early as possible.
I have called:
Ma Peche (Waiting to hear back, it's taking forever.)
En Brasserie (Must rent a private room for a $100 fee, plus a prix fixe that will come out to about $100 a person, with a cocktail or two. That's in the realm of $1300 dollars, not including tip. Omg, no freaking way.)
Glasserie (Main dining room can't accept parties that large on a Friday, but you can get a private dining room for $85 a person, not including any cocktails or tip. Again, a bit pricey for different budget levels.)
The Breslin ("We don't accept parties that large.")
Marlow & Sons (Don't take reservations on Friday nights.)
PUBLIC (I qualified as "an event," so have emailed the Events Coordinator. Waiting to hear back.)
Dear Bushwick, Shalom Japan (Way too small.)
Initially, I was hoping to keep it to Williamsburg, Greenpoint, or Bushwick, as the rest of the festivities will center around North Brooklyn, but now that the dinner headcount has gone way up, all bets are off. So, let 'er rip!
I'm obviously still looking (and not panicking at all), but could really use some suggestions!