Unicorn - Dublin City Centre- good for long lunches - buzzy - relatively expensive The Bistro - Dublin City Centre - good for long lunches - reasonably priced Ely Wine Bar - Dublin City Centre- casual - excellent wine list and many by the glass Chez Max - Dublin City Centre - good French Bistro Expensive- Thorntons, Guilbauds, Chapter One, L'Ecrivan - Michelin standard - you get what you pay for - all are doing value lunches/specials Le Gueleton- good French Bistro - no reservations - turn up Winding Staircase- City Centre - worth a try
I am revisiting Manhattan for a few days with my wife for our 10th wedding anniversary at the end of September. We love our food and wine and since we will be "child-free" we want to spend a long lunch enjoying things the way we used to - uncomplicated! We would like some restaurant with a good buzz, food and wine where you don't feel like you have to leave by 3/4/5! Recommendations would be much appreciated.