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avoiding the 10 pm rule.......

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#1 Allsmiles

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    Posted 06 September 2009 - 03:04 PM

    Hey everyone!
    We are planning on getting married on a private estate in Maui and
    would prefer for the reception to be on the estate aswell.....BUT
    it looks like every outside location/party must be done at 10 PM....
    Looking for suggestions of reception sites where we can celebrate for
    a few more hours (at least until 1!!)
    Any ideas? (we will prob have around 80-90 guests)

    #2 Huey

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      Posted 07 September 2009 - 06:01 PM

      Most places close down by 10am. =( Occasionally, there's a restaurant which will open till 11pm. The other option is to carry the party over to a nearby pub...

      Hm that wasn't too helpful. Hopefully someone else has an answer for you!

      #3 litl_april

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        Posted 02 October 2009 - 02:31 AM

        Mulligan's on the Blue plays music until 1am. If I remember correctly guests can continue to mingle after that until about 2am. We had our reception here and it was fantastic!

        #4 jam8x2

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          Posted 16 October 2009 - 12:36 AM

          I have heard about Mulligan's being a great place after hours, it sounds like a fun place and we are considering it for after our dinner reception. You could always have the after hours party for those who want to hang out later.

          #5 bridetov

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            Posted 23 June 2010 - 02:30 PM

            We had our wedding at a private estate. Our DJ had to leave by 10- at which time most of our older guests did too. However, many of our friends & siblings stayed late into the night/next morning while we hung out by the pool, had drinks, went swimming, etc. I had an iPod speaker system that didn't get too loud for music. Honestly- it was perfect. There was no way for me to get around the 10PM rule... they are VERY strict on that on the island.

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