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The private dining room at Gramercy Tavern features décor that is similar to the main dining room in the restaurant, early American antique. The private dining room can comfortably seat 22 people, but room can be made for a maximum of 25 people. There is a single, stately leaflet table in the center of the room, crafted by Maine artisan Greg Lipton. The table can be expanded to accommodate a range of party sizes. The wood-beamed ceiling above the dining room table is adorned with rustic chandeliers by Celeste Gainey, while the walls feature early American antiques and art. The private dining room at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant also boasts its own kitchen, allowing ample attention and swift service for guests.