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You won’t find your typical private dining room at Andrea’s, but that doesn’t mean you can’t carve your own niche for a romantic dinner. In fact, the swanky restaurant has already taken it upon itself to create private dining enclaves. While this may not be ideal for a meeting — you probably wouldn’t hold a conference in the clubby restaurant anyway — it is great for small groups looking to set themselves apart from the open floor plan. These seven alcoves sport plush booths (with room for four) and make it feel like you’re in your own dining room. In fact, our Forbes Travel Guide editors think these select spots are the best tables at Andrea’s; you get the best of both worlds with the privacy and the view of the rest of the dining room.