Is Asiate a good place for group dining?

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Asiate isn’t nearly as accommodating for group dining as it is for parties of three or four, or better yet, intimate dinners for two. For groups between 12 and 20, the Forbes Trave Guide Four-Star restaurant does offer a private dining room. There’s a mix of freestanding tables and booths on two different levels within the restaurant, providing a great amount of privacy among diners. Specifically, four high-backed upholstered booths in the restaurant make a great option for smaller groups or wheeling-and-dealing business meetings. For couples, tables in the corners that overlook Central Park and Columbus Circle afford an amazing view, especially at sunset.

Angie Berry

Asiate’s intimate setting provides the perfect backdrop for small group dining. The private Wine Room accommodates up to 10 guests. Parties may dine with up to 10 guests in the main dining room.

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