AC Now: Dining: Private Dining
Knife & Fork Inn: This vaunted restaurant’s year-old third floor “wine room,” all handsome hardwood and exposed brick, looks out toward the ocean.
Seats: Up to 40.
Features: Access to a glass-encased collection of more than 6,000 bottles of wine.
Wolfgang Puck American Grille: Chances are you won’t spy the Puck himself from your seat at “Wolfgang’s Kitchen Table,” but you’ll at least have a front-row view of the white-jacketed chefs that do his bidding.
Features: Call in advance, and be prepared to blow a minimum of $1,200 for your meal.
Sonsie: The glass-walled table in the center back of this ever-bustling Boston-born, Pier-based eatery says, “We want to be seen, not heard.”
Features: We love the modest price — count on paying $65 a head for a crowd-pleasing tasting menu.
Roberto’s: The prettiest of the four, Trump Plaza’s marble-swathed, princesslike, away-from-the-crowd room would make a perfect spot for a champagne brunch.
Features: Take as much time as you need with the double-tiered dessert cart.