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#1 krouzer

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    Posted 19 April 2012 - 09:11 AM

    Thinking of having reception catered with some BBQ. Havent narrowed down the location yet but have liked what Ive looked at in Tamarindo. Thoughts, opinions, advice? Anyone else doing this?

    #2 tropicalchick

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      Posted 29 April 2012 - 11:30 AM

      Our reception was a BBQ.  It was held at a restaurant in Tamarindo, La Laguna (del Cocodrillio).  We had chicken, fish & shrimp, along with potatoes, fried beans, tortilla's, salsa, fried plantains with cheese and salad.  They could have done beef as well.  It was delicious.  There are other locations but we found it more difficult to work with them to get what we wanted at a reasonable price.  If you are having you wedding at a villa or private house, you could look at hiring a caterer.  Saritas Bakery in Tamarindo did our cake / cupcakes and I know her significant other does catering and could do something like this, http://www.jaysprivatechefservices.com.  There is also www.costaricacatering.com.  I didn't use them but they did offer me a quote for a cake and they do all types of catering.  Depending on how many guests you are using, I would also highly recommend Jason from the Garden Market Grill in Playa Grande - we took a group of 38 to his little garden restaurant and it was amazing.  You can find them on Trip Advisor.


      Honestly, ever meal I have ate anywhere in Costa Rica was awesome!  Good luck...





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