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Need Dinner Wedding Reception ideas for Las Vegas

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#1 darlakay

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    Posted 02 October 2011 - 05:28 PM

    We are planning an in suite wedding at the Cosmopolitan and using Scenic Las Vegas Weddings. We are looking into different options as far as a reception.  I would like to hear from someone who has actually had their wedding there. We like to know of a good caterer or restaurant to use.  Has anyone ever been to Casa Di Amore? 

    #2 lilvegaswed

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      Posted 16 July 2012 - 03:46 PM

      There are a ton of restaurants in that area, not just in Cosmo. CityCenter has a ton inside ARIA, Mandarin Oriental and Crystals, the mall. Then there are the hotels nearby...

      What kind of food or mood do you want and how many people? I'd start there, then break it down into budget. I did a pre-wedding meet and greet at Todd English PUB and it went really well, but it's not exactly intimate or quiet. :) I did my actual reception at Border Grill at Mandalay and then did an afterparty in a suite catered with snacks and cake from Whole Foods and with a bartender from Culinary Pros Las Vegas, and they were great.

      So many options!!!

      #3 lwells27

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        Posted 19 March 2013 - 06:25 AM

        @lilvegaswed was it hard to get an outside caterer into the Mandalay Bay suites?


        I wanted to DIY reception in the Vista Suite at Mandalay Bay, just order some pizza or appies, and BYOB, but I'm afraid with their "no outside food/drink" policy that they'll shut it down.


        Did you tell them it was happening, or just snuck it in?

        #4 andymiller

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          Posted 21 June 2013 - 10:26 PM

          If you're searching for a wedding venue and a reception all in one place, I could recommend Denny's. Yes, Denny’s, which has opened a flagship restaurant, complete with a wedding chapel, on Fremont Street. The Denny's Wedding Chapel is officially open for business, hosting its first bar and grill-themed wedding.

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