As Capital Business editor Dan Beyers notes in his column this week, no amount of e-mail communication or social media interaction can replace the experience of sitting down with client or colleague and sharing a meal. Even in our fast-paced, high-tech world, so much business still gets done this way.
But deciding on a location for business meals can be tricky. The qualities you’re looking for in a restaurant at which to make a sales pitch or ask for a raise aren’t necessarily the same ones you’d seek when trying to enjoy a romantic evening with your spouse or celebrate a birthday with friends.
So what eateries provide the best setting for the needs of business diners? Our restaurant critic Tom Sietsema offers his picks.