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Participating in Per Se’s tasting menu with a group is a thrill — you’ll want to talk about the experience with everyone you know. There are a few options for dining with a group. First, is the East Room, which is the smallest of the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant's private dining rooms. It has a table that can seat up to 10 people and offers views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline. A glass panel separates the room from the main dining room, and a silk curtain can be drawn for privacy or be left open for a view of the room. The main dining room better suits small parties — keep in mind that there are only 16 tables in the main dining room at Per Se. Or, if you’re thinking bigger, consider booking the West Room, which seats up to 60, or groups of 20 when divided into two smaller rooms. Now that’s a party.