What is the private dining room like at Per Se?

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Per Se has two private dining rooms: the East Room for smaller groups and the West Room for large ones. The East Room is an intimate space with a table that can seat up to 10 people and offers views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline. A glass panel separates the East Room from the main dining room, and a silk curtain can be drawn for more privacy or be left open for a view of the elegant dining room.

The New York restaurant’s West Room can seat up to 60 guests for a meal or accommodate 80 people for cocktails. Cream-colored boiserie walls with gold accents, horizontal mirrors carefully grouped together and mahogany furniture give the elegant living room atmosphere a French feel. The room also features its own private restrooms.

If you’re looking to host a larger affair, you can buy out the whole Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant — which can seat 95 of your closest friends. It’s just a matter of figuring out who you think deserves an invite to the Five-Star gala.

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