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"Finally, I want to let you know that on the 7th there will be a dinner at about 21.00. Although that day we finish kind of late (namely, at 19.10), it turned out to be the best choice."

I don't know why I wonder whether I should use "better" instead.
  • bibliolept

    Senior Member
    AE, Español
    In this context, either is idiomatic.

    Technically, "better" would not have precisely the same meaning as "best" unless there were only two dates/times/options available.
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