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#1 Bianca

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    Posted 10 February 2009 - 12:31 PM

    So I was thinking that we would just do something like a BBQ at my parents house for my AHR, but now my parents are talking about doing it at a restaurant or getting catering or something! They would be paying, but I want to look for the most affordable option. I would like to keep it under $50 a person. They were considering Maggiano's in Tysons, but their menu starts at $65, so anything less than that is good. Did anyone consider anything before a DW?

    This will be small. Minimum 20 people, but be more though.
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    #2 Ginalyn

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      Posted 14 February 2009 - 01:19 AM

      Hi Bianca, have you checked out Gordon Biersch? There is one in Tysons as well as in DC. I was actually thinking about doing my AHR there. They also have example menus online:

      http://www.gordonbie....pMenu_7.15.pdf

      Good luck finding a place!

      #3 Christine

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      Posted 16 February 2009 - 11:36 PM

      gosh I really can't think of any place, I know that's terrible since I live here but I guess it would depend on what type of food and where you would want it. We actually just had dinner at Shiro Japanese Steakhouse, that might be a fun place to have a family gathering, well any Japanese Steakhouse would be good.

      I will think about it
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      #4 TerraDawn

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        Posted 05 August 2009 - 10:52 AM

        Oooo....I second the Japanese Suggestion. It's fun, and different and taaaaasty...(I think I know what I may be getting for lunch today!).




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