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I'm trying to work out where to eat in New York next Sunday evening. I've wanted to visit Gramercy Tavern for a while now. But I'd also like to try Moderne at MoMA, Craft, DB Moderne or Jewl Bako.

 

Too many choices, I know.

 

Where would you go? I'm going to have eaten multi course tasting menus for a few nights before so sushi/smallish is appealing...as is something along the lines of Casa Mono.

 

Any thoughts? If anyone fancies meeting up, let me know :-)

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Sunday isn't a great day for sushi - JB is closed, as is Yasuda.

 

Have you been to/considered WD-50?

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If you are alone or +1, GT is probably your best bet. The new CraftBar has gotten some good reports. What about Hearth? if you get there at 6PM you could eat at the pass. gnocci gnocci gnocci....... :)

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I've been to WD-50 several times. I was thinking of going back and then writing about my avant-garde weekend as I'm at Alinea and Moto when I'm in Chicago but Bruni beat me to it :-)

 

So, no sushi for Suzi (should have realised really) and people don't think that the Grammercy Tavern is terrible.

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GT's main dining room is closed on Sunday. The no-reservations front room is open.

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GT's main dining room is closed on Sunday. 

Acc. to GT'swebsite, dinner is served in the main dining room on Sunday from 5:30 to 10 p.m.

 

Suzi Edwards Posted on May 20 2005, 07:04 PM

Where would you go? I'm going to have eaten multi course tasting menus for a few nights before so sushi/smallish is appealing...as is something along the lines of Casa Mono.

 

We just had dinner last Sunday on the outdoor terrace at Tabla's Bread Bar. Small plates/big plates of very tasty food, and just thinking about the dessert "Donut Holes" with chocolate syrup is making me drool. :) I usually stick to back gardens when dining outdoors. But on Sunday evenings, there isn't much traffic at that corner (Madison & 25th St.), and the view of the park across the street is lovely.

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people don't think that the Grammercy Tavern is terrible.

It is, very much so. But Tabla is much worse.

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