Ask Gael - A Place to Celebrate "Just Married" for Two Wine Professionals

Ask Gael - A Place to Celebrate "Just Married" for Two Wine Professionals

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Here's the question - No Spanish/Tapas restaurants (He sells Spanish wine, too much like work); downtown preferred (we are staying in the Lower East Side); no crazy-expensive Masa-like places (we are saving to go to Italy in April).

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    Order mindfully or go whole hog. Choose one or two items from the sausage menu to share, divide the Amish chicken. I’m wild for the French burger ($17). It’s small but rich enough to divide in two.
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    Seasonal, local, it’s all that, with entrees $27 to $49. Or you might economize with great wines by the glass and small plates at the bar.
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    The Gotham Bar & Grill is not exactly intimate. It’s noisy and bustling but Chef Alfred Portale’s wonderful American food and signature plating is cause to celebrate along with your vows. The wine list is highly-rated too.
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    For me, it’s about the exuberance of flowers, the style of service, the waves slapping by and that amazing view. Fixed price dinner is $100; six-course Chef’s Tasting menu $125.
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    It's dark and candlelit and I love his food, though it’s certainly not cheap. Appetizers $13 to $36 for black truffled egg in a jar.
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    You enter down three steps of a landmark speakeasy and pay dearly. Order a la carte (entrees $32 to $36) or choose from a five-course Farmer’s Feast ($78).
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