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Restaurant Suggestion - Ridgewood Area

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I would like to give a gift of dinner at a nice restaurant to a friend who has been having health problems of late. She lives in Hawthorne, so I thought Ridgewood might have the most choices. But I'm open to anything that wouldn't be a long drive. I would like to keep the cuisine fairly simple since I'm not sure what kind of food she likes. American or Italian would probably be best. I don't know if she can drink alcohol right now so BYOB might not be an issue. If I found a nice BYOB, I might include a bottle of wine. Even if she can't drink it now, she might be able to save it for when she's feeling better.

Your suggestions would be most appreciated. Thanks.

Marie


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American with a nod toward healthy I would say Gazelle across from Whole foods....BYO

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Without question in Ridgewood I would go with : La Lanterna - 29 W Ridgewood Ave

Ridgewood, NJ 07450 (201) -444-5520

Family owned, chef uses seasonal foods to enhance all the senses in charming atmosphere, Italian/Med seafood, meats, list long daily specials, homemade pastas, old world soups/bread - a great gift! Like most of Ridgewood this is a BYO.

Laso equal in conisderation however on Maple Ave in Ho-Ho-Kus would be Janice's Bistro --

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Thank you for your suggestions. Before I had a chance to get her the certificate, she had a medical emergency and went back to the hospital.

Thinking that the time is not right for dining out, I was wondering if anyone had a suggestion for a restaurant that might deliver a couple of nice meals to a home in Hawthorne.

Thanks for your suggestions.

I am hopeful that things might be better by Christmas, when I can give her a night out to a nice restaurant.

Marie


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