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Danji is good.  It's west of 8th Ave. location helps with the 'reasonable' requirement.

More reasonable than the Grand Boucherie  is Marseille (at 43rd & 9th).  It's not as spectacular of a space but the wine list is excellent

Meme's Mediterranean, Anejo, and the Marshall are some other ideas in that neighborhood.  All'antico Vinaio has amazing sandwiches on the best bread.

If you are not going to a show, pick a later (~7:30) reservation time and it will be more relaxing.

I highly recommend the Pulitzer and Tony winning "A Strange Loop", assuming you've read a bit about it and are comfortable with the material. 

Enjoy.  Thanks for visiting.

Neil

@neilk posted:

Danji is good.  It's west of 8th Ave. location helps with the 'reasonable' requirement.

More reasonable than the Grand Boucherie  is Marseille (at 43rd & 9th).  It's not as spectacular of a space but the wine list is excellent.

Meme's Mediterranean, Anejo, and the Marshall are some other ideas in that neighborhood.  All'antico Vinaio has amazing sandwiches on the best bread.

If you are not going to a show, pick a later (~7:30) reservation time and it will be more relaxing.

I highly recommend the Pulitzer and Tony winning "A Strange Loop", assuming you've read a bit about it and are comfortable with the material.

Enjoy.  Thanks for visiting.

Neil

Marseille is a very solid choice but neilk is spot on about the atmosphere compared to grand boucherie.  They both have nice wine lists.

Something a little different, I'd recommend sake bar hagi.  I used to live there when I worked in the area.

i've  heard good things about le rock but i havent been and  it did just open a few months ago.

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