| Originally Posted by Jenn6603 |
I would be interested in the info you received from Burros Bar (one of my fave spots on the beach in PV!) and Daquiri Dicks... We are looking for a spot for our rehearsal reception...
PV - Welcome/Rehearsal Dinner Locations?
Posted 03 December 2008 - 07:51 PM
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Posted 26 January 2009 - 05:25 PM
Posted 26 January 2009 - 05:42 PM
MENU # 1
Mexican Special â€œVIVA BAJA â€œ
Medium New york cut and half order of shrimp scampi y media orden de camarones estilo scampi. Served with potatoes and vegetables.
Tea w/ Lemon
$ 46.00 tip
$ 352.00 Price per plate
MENU # 2
Squared bacon, croutons
& Honey Mustard Dressing
CARNE ASADA A LA TAMPIQUE‘A
Arrachera cooked al carbon, chile relleno, enchilada,
refried beans, rice and cactus.
TRES LECHES Cake
$ 39.00 Tip
$ 296.00 Price per person
alcoholic beverages not included- have to contact restaurant for prices
Posted 26 January 2009 - 06:09 PM
Here's a suggestion...read the reviews that are posted. You will get a lot of info. Also, I think there is already a thread on PV venues for welcome dinners and rehearshal dinners.
Posted 27 January 2009 - 08:09 PM
| Originally Posted by tvt |
We looked into Los Burros Bar - super casual, on the beach, budget friendly. Daquiri Dicks and Fajita Republic. Los Burros Bar and Daquiri Dicks were responsive. Fajita Republic, not so much. But I know Celina (Soontobemrse) had good luck at Fajita Republic.
In the end we didn't have a WD because I waited so long to plan it, oops! However I do have a contact person and some menus/pricing for Los Burros Bar and Daquiri Dicks if you want it.
My FI and I are also trying to get a in touch with Fajita Republic which has prooved to be difficult. How do I get in touch with Celina? I tried searching her - perhaps I entered it wrong??
Posted 28 January 2009 - 02:44 PM
| Originally Posted by Jess |
Cindy do you have the contact info for Te Limon?
As soon as I get time, I can translate the estimate he showed me. I'll try to do it by tonight.
I also got an estimate from Viejo Vallarta of 250 pesos for the following
chips and salsa
> mexican combination.
> includes: 1 chiken enchilada, 1 stuff with cheese bell pepper ( chile
> relleno) 1 beef taco, rice, beans and tortillas.
> open bar for 2 hours.
> includes: tequila,vodka,gin,ron,draft beer ( dark or light)juice, wine
> ( white or red )
> tip not included. suggest 15 %.
I asked if I could get a price for just beer bar and he said he would charge 200 pesos per person which I dont think is all that bad if you are on a budget. Sure does beat the $40pp prices I was getting from a lot of restaurants!
Posted 29 January 2009 - 03:12 AM
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