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#1 adias.angel

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    Posted 09 May 2008 - 09:20 AM

    Need some advice. :)

    We are thinking of coming in by cruise ship so we would like to do a morning ceremony and a lunch reception for those people not traveling on the ship with us (then some TTD pics hehe ).

    We are looking for fun, unique and informal. I saw some pictures of La Cueve Del Chango restaurant from some pictures on Matt from Del Sols site. Loved it! Has anyone been there? Would you recommend it? Thanks, Carla :)

    #2 Matt Adcock

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      Posted 09 May 2008 - 10:20 AM

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      Originally Posted by adias.angel
      Need some advice. :)

      We are thinking of coming in by cruise ship so we would like to do a morning ceremony and a lunch reception for those people not traveling on the ship with us (then some TTD pics hehe ).

      We are looking for fun, unique and informal. I saw some pictures of La Cueve Del Chango restaurant from some pictures on Matt from Del Sols site. Loved it! Has anyone been there? Would you recommend it? Thanks, Carla :)
      You obviously know how we feel about this spot :) but just in case u need more...

      We would rank this restaurant as one of THE favorites in the entire city. Its cozy and the atmosphere is so kewl :) We are actually building a vendor section in our NEW BLOG that features Cueva as the TOP recommendation spot for luncheons / receptions / rehearsal dinners.

      The food is traditional mexican style| Breakfast is SOOOO yummie...
      my personal favorite is their homemade granola sprinkled on a fruit bowl with natural oatmeal and yogurt .

      Thumbs up from del Sol

      Contact Owner: Andres Friederich anfr@hotmail.com for info, tell em del Sol sent ya :)

      #3 adias.angel

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        Posted 09 May 2008 - 11:13 AM

        Quote:
        Originally Posted by Matt Adcock
        You obviously know how we feel about this spot :) but just in case u need more...

        We would rank this restaurant as one of THE favorites in the entire city. Its cozy and the atmosphere is so kewl :) We are actually building a vendor section in our NEW BLOG that features Cueva as the TOP recommendation spot for luncheons / receptions / rehearsal dinners.

        The food is traditional mexican style| Breakfast is SOOOO yummie...
        my personal favorite is their homemade granola sprinkled on a fruit bowl with natural oatmeal and yogurt .

        Thumbs up from del Sol

        Contact Owner: Andres Friederich anfr@hotmail.com for info, tell em del Sol sent ya :)
        Thanks! Actually I saw the restaurant in one of your TTD session pics and fell in love.

        Do they take reservations? Is it large enough to comfortable accommodate a group of 15-20? Since we don't want to do a buffet thing, is their food expensive if each person were to order their own?

        Thanks again! Carla

        #4 Matt Adcock

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          Posted 09 May 2008 - 11:53 AM

          Quote:
          Originally Posted by adias.angel
          Thanks! Actually I saw the restaurant in one of your TTD session pics and fell in love.

          Do they take reservations? Is it large enough to comfortable accommodate a group of 15-20? Since we don't want to do a buffet thing, is their food expensive if each person were to order their own?

          Thanks again! Carla
          Thanks for the comments :) I wish I could take credit for these images...Our killer associate Vincent shot these. I was present on the shoot assisting him with the lighting :) del Sol Photography associate photographer Vincent if anybody else wants to see the photos you were talking about. *disclosure* those are some seriously hot photos. The couple is beautiful... the gal in the photos was the former Miss Pennsylvania. We opted to shoot inside the restaurant because it was raining. After the rain subsided, we went out to the ruins and the beach.

          The folks at Cueva told me that they could accomodate a full wedding of 50 or more people... your group should fit just fine. The seating may be broken up between their outside garden and the inside area. Its a very open restaurant without walls, so everybody will mingle well :) Its SO unique and a tip top award winner of a spot!

          PS, we had our rehearsal dinner there, 35 people. I'm very sure that they would take reservations!

          good luck :)

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          #5 adias.angel

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            Posted 10 May 2008 - 06:47 AM

            Thank you so much! After hearing you had your rehearsal dinner there I think my mind is made up.




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