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Quiet restaurant with a tv?

This is kind of random, but does anyone know of a relatively quiet restaurant in dc that has a tv and shows the Knicks?? We want to watch Lin but in relative quiet.

Thanks!!

Feb 11, 2012
sheryllana in Washington DC & Baltimore

Best, inexpensive restaurant/bar no one knows about?

Does anyone know of any good, inexpensive restaurant/bar that few people go to, maybe because it's new, or a tiny bit out-of-the way? By inexpensive, I mean entrees around $15, drink specials on off-peak hours, etc.

Thanks!
Sheryl

May 14, 2007
sheryllana in Manhattan

Comfort Food Near 53rd Street and 5th Avenue

Why don't you come with us?

Nov 19, 2006
sheryllana in Manhattan

Comfort Food Near 53rd Street and 5th Avenue

Thanks for these suggestions! What would I do without you guys!

Sorry for the late response; I somehow didn't get notified that anyone had replied. Yes, the Culture for the Non-Cultured Meet-up officially loved Choice Kitchen and Cocktails. Excellent suggestion. They gave a nice reasonably-priced prix-fixe, so it was so easy to divvy up the bill, great space, great portions, great food.

Thanks!
Sheryl
Culture for the Non-Cultured
http://culturecircle.meetup.com/3/

Nov 16, 2006
sheryllana in Manhattan

Comfort Food Near 53rd Street and 5th Avenue

Anyone know of any sort of classy good places that serve "comfort food," macaroni and cheese, grilled cheese, hot chocolate, etc. near the Museum of American Folk Art on 53rd and 5th that will take a group of about 25-40 on a Sunday afternoon?

Thanks.

Sheryl Ramer
Culture for the Non-Cultured
http://culturecircle.meetup.com/3/

Nov 11, 2006
sheryllana in Manhattan

Healthy restaurants that are good for large groups

Thanks for all of your help. This week, we made a reservation at Choice Kitchen & Cocktails, so we are going to Museum of Sex and then walking over there.

If anyone would like to join us, go to http://culturecircle.meetup.com/3/

Oct 31, 2006
sheryllana in Manhattan

Healthy restaurants that are good for large groups

Oh, and it doesn't have to be a private room. And I would set the food price at about $15-20 tops.

Sheryl
http://culturecircle.meetup.com/3/

Oct 27, 2006
sheryllana in Manhattan

Healthy restaurants that are good for large groups

As for specifics: I'm getting a little tired of pub food (Harvest Brewery, Half King) and the like. Those have their place, but I'd like something a little healthier. It doesn't necessarily have to be organic or exotic -- just tasty and something that doesn't make my digestive system scream.

We do go to somewhat exotic foods sometimes -- we've had Korean food, probably go for Ethiopian at some point, etc. -- but I like to make that an event in and of itself. When we go to a museum or gallery hopping or see performance art, etc., I like to let that be the event and the food be somewhat un-exotic and comforting and somewhat inexpensive, but a place where we can sit and talk (a tall order, I know) ...

As for location, we do events all over Manhattan (and sometimes outer boroughs) so any and all locations are great and much appreciated.

Thanks,
Sheryl
Culture for the Non-Cultured
http://culturecircle.meetup.com/3/

Oct 27, 2006
sheryllana in Manhattan

Healthy restaurants that are good for large groups

I am looking for restaurants that are healthy and good for large groups of about 25-35. Any suggestions ...

I organize a Meet-up group, Culture for Non-Cultured (http://culturecircle.meetup.com/3/), and am tired of going to the usual pub fair after our cultural outings ...

Oct 27, 2006
sheryllana in Manhattan