[Grammar] a friend of mine celebrated his birthday last Saturday evening.

sania-baharat

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Are these two sentences OK?

I’m going to talk about the service we received in a restaurant where a friend of mine celebrated his birthday last Saturday evening.


I’m going to talk about the service we received in a restaurant which a friend of mine celebrated his birthday last Saturday evening in.
 

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I’m going to talk about the service we received at the restaurant where/at which a friend of mine celebrated his birthday last Saturday evening.
 

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Thanks.
We say "at a restaurant" not "in a restayrant".
I’m going to talk about the service we received in a restaurant
that a friend of mine celebrated his birthday last Saturday evening at.
 

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Use Matthew's suggestion (with "where").
 

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I’m going to talk about the service we received in a restaurant that a friend of mine celebrated his birthday last Saturday evening at.

At gets a bit lost here. I would move it to after his birthday.
 
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