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#41 momb

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    Posted 11 January 2009 - 03:41 AM

    HI all, I absolutely love fajita republic! Sara

    #42 brittbrodin

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      Posted 12 January 2009 - 05:31 PM

      I just wanted to let everyone know that I talked to the owner, Bill from Barcelona Tapas last week and they are temporarily closed. I was so bummed because we were planning our RD there. I'm going to look into Fajita Republic. Has anyone had there RD there recently? If so, was it reasonably priced? Thanks!!
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      #43 Celina

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        Posted 21 January 2009 - 07:27 PM

        We had our rehearsal dinner at the Fajita Republic in Nuevo Vallarta. We gave our guests a set menu and apps for each table. They were great to work with. We had 30 guests and with drinks included it came to around $800. (That price would be more or less depending on how many alcoholic beverages are consumed)
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        #44 momb

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          Posted 24 January 2009 - 10:29 AM

          HI all, this question is for Celina,(or anyone who knows) how did you get ahold of Fajita Republic to make the arrangements, I could not find a website? Sara

          #45 Jess

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            Posted 11 April 2009 - 05:58 PM

            Does anyone have an email contact for Fajita Republic? The ones on their website keep bouncing back

            #46 nikkigard

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              Posted 13 April 2009 - 06:39 PM

              Nope - I gave up on Fajita Republic - it was impossible to get a hold of them. Sorry

              #47 lesley_mexico_bride

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                Posted 08 September 2010 - 05:40 PM



                Originally Posted by tnery 

                Check out this link to learn more about other restaurants: Puerto Vallarta - Restaurant Week

                Some of PV's best restaurants offer prix fixe meals at bargain prices, and lots of the restaurants are listed here.



                O. M. G. that is awesome, our extended restaurant week in Houston just ended and we are obsessed with it! fav time of year! lol. The best part is that PV's is during our wedding!!!!! Thanks so much for sharing!!



                #48 gigiram77

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                  Posted 26 October 2010 - 10:51 AM

                  Hello Ladies,

                  I just came back from Puerto Vallarta from my destination wedding and I had a blast! We had dinners at several places that I would definitely recommend.

                  If you're looking for down-home cooking, authentic and just a small cozy atmosphere Cesare is a good place. There's nothing fancy about it but the food is

                  good. For our rehearsal dinner, we had it at Punto V in the malecon area, which is the main tourist boardwalk area and Ladies, this was a HOT restaurant.

                  It's grown up sexy, with a funky vibe, red interior and chandeliers to boot. Almost rockstarish. They played awesome 80-90's music during dinner that had us

                  all singing along, and for the guys, there was a huge big screen tv playing sports. It sounds weird but it was a FANTASTIC place to have dinner at, and the

                  food of course was yummy! The guests LOVED the restaurant. Plus when we were done, we were all able to go across the street to the boardwalk beach-area

                  and just chill by the water and take pictures. You also have the option to go to other bars and clubs along that same strip, so I definitely reccommend it.

                  We had about 22 people, who had between 3-4 drinks each--we ordered 4 main group dishes (that serves 5-6 people) that consisted of chicken, steak, seafood, everyone got a plate of rice & salad,

                  we had appetizers, and desert. All for about $680 USD. Alfonso, I believe the guy's name is, was very attentive.

                  Here's the info: puntovta@gmail.com.

                   

                  And finally, I had my wedding at Le Kliff, and it was SPECTACULAR!! It's a gorgeous restaurant on a cliffside in the Mislamoya section. The owner, Carlos Guzman,

                  was amazing to work with--he acted as my wedding coordinator as well. He was super nice and always very responsive on emails. My wedding went off without a hitch

                  and the food was to die for!! We had flank steak with chimichurri sauce and mash, chicken with polente sauce with veggies, and fish served as options and all the

                  plates were delicious!! The open bar flowed and the passion fruit custard was a dream. I couldn't recommend it anymore highly. Google Le Kliff in Puerto Vallarta and you'll

                  find it eassily enough. Hope this helps!



                  #49 lesley_mexico_bride

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                    Posted 22 November 2010 - 06:11 PM

                    Wow, great to hear your wedding went so well! Congrats! I have seen that place on the malecon! How did you ever think to have you RD there? That's so cool....



                    #50 gigiram77

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                      Posted 06 December 2010 - 01:45 PM

                      Hey Lesley, thank for the well wishes! We were looking for a rehearsal dinner that would be fun and different for all our guests. So we got there a few days early and walked the area

                      to scope out restaurants. Punto V was by the far the coolest restaurant on the strip, with its rockerish decor, good music playing, and drinks. Plus, it also become a club upstairs after a certain hour so we figured we had all the amenities right there. So we approached the manager and he gave us good prices and voila!






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