"Reservations for this Korean spot are for parties of 6 to 16 only — go with a group of eight and you can monopolize one of the normally communal tables, which have two built-in grills for barbecue. And after dinner you can move seamlessly into a private karaoke room."
"The Philadelphia export, with outposts in the East Village and on the Upper West Side, takes reservations only for eight-plus people, which is the best way to eat there, anyway: A group of that size unlocks access to the extremely reasonably priced tasting menu, a steal of a way to eat through all the fiery offerings."
Mediterranean Restaurant in Brooklyn, NY, United States
"takes reservations on OpenTable for up to 12 people, no special inquiry or email required. Most of the playful, Mediterranean/Middle Eastern–driven dishes take well to being shared, especially during weekend brunch when you can opt for a “mezze feast” with a smorgasbord of small plates for the table and a choice of one bigger option — like lamb pies with sunchokes and hard-boiled egg — per person."
Chinese Restaurant in New York City, NY, United States
"Basically everything coming out of the kitchen is meant to be shared, but they make it especially easy to order with preset menus that showcase their greatest hits, from salt-cod fried rice to thrice-cooked bacon and broccoli beef brisket. Reservations for up to seven people can be made via the Resy app, and up to 17–18 if you’re willing to squeeze — by emailing."