The Upper West Side institution Good Enough to Eat celebrates its 30th year with a pair of time-warp prix-fixe dinner menus. For $19.81, diners can dig into a sampling of homey fare (a meat-loaf sandwich, barbecued salmon) that appeared on the menu during the restaurant's opening year. A pricier, $30 alternative features a hit list of items from the eatery's three-decade run (smoked duck salad, beef Wellington), plus a gratis Tom Collins or glass of bubbly. Come in retro '80s-style threads to snag the top prize in a costume contest: a private cooking class with chef and owner Carrie Levin. Reservations are required.
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