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#51 kater

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    Posted 17 April 2008 - 10:35 PM

    Just curious, if the Mammee Bay dinner is the standard with the free reception (which is what I want), what if there are three weddings that day, all of which want that restaurant at that time? That's why I'm curious as to whether we still need to "book" it before someone else does......

    #52 chicklet

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      Posted 18 April 2008 - 01:29 AM

      Has anyone just done a dinner where you can order off the menu?? I have kind of a mixed group and some people may want steak and others may not. I would like for my guests to be able to choose what they would like to eat. Anyone know if this is possible??

      #53 christenew

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        Posted 18 April 2008 - 05:48 AM

        Quote:
        Originally Posted by kater
        Just curious, if the Mammee Bay dinner is the standard with the free reception (which is what I want), what if there are three weddings that day, all of which want that restaurant at that time? That's why I'm curious as to whether we still need to "book" it before someone else does......
        It is standard with the free reception if you have less than 50 people. If it is more you need a private recption which is at the Plantation restaunt, which you need to pay for. It is $500/2 hours. I dont think you need to book it. From what I have read there are multiple receptions there at one time, but most failed to notice other people because of the intimate setting.

        #54 starryeyedbride2b

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          Posted 18 April 2008 - 08:35 AM

          Quote:
          Originally Posted by chicklet
          Has anyone just done a dinner where you can order off the menu?? I have kind of a mixed group and some people may want steak and others may not. I would like for my guests to be able to choose what they would like to eat. Anyone know if this is possible??
          Mammee Bay has a menu with about 6 or so entree choices, including chicken, beef and seafood/fish. There's are a few menus for the restaurant posted in the Jamaica forum.

          #55 starryeyedbride2b

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            Posted 18 April 2008 - 08:44 AM

            Here's the Mammee Bay menu. Found it in one of the older threads. Hope the upload works!

             

             

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            #56 chicklet

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              Posted 18 April 2008 - 09:22 AM

              Quote:
              Originally Posted by starryeyedbride2b
              Mammee Bay has a menu with about 6 or so entree choices, including chicken, beef and seafood/fish. There's are a few menus for the restaurant posted in the Jamaica forum.
              That's great, thanks! I am wondering if I could get a pasta dish incorporated..lol. I have an italian family.

              #57 jmhein

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                Posted 18 April 2008 - 10:36 AM

                Quote:
                Originally Posted by kater
                Just curious, if the Mammee Bay dinner is the standard with the free reception (which is what I want), what if there are three weddings that day, all of which want that restaurant at that time? That's why I'm curious as to whether we still need to "book" it before someone else does......
                Mammee Bay is a large restaurant with a wrap around balcony. I think most wedding parties are placed along a balcony section and there is space to have at least 3, maybe 4, semi-private balcony sections, it's very nice. So I wouldn't worry too much, but it never hurts to mention to Chandlyn that you want to have your dinner there and then she will block a section for you!
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                #58 crawford2B

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                  Posted 18 April 2008 - 10:29 PM

                  We did not book it. Chandlyn already had it booked for us when we got there. We had the classic package.

                  #59 amagee

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                    Posted 24 April 2008 - 07:38 PM

                    This has been great! I feel much more relaxed now! My biggest issue is that I have a severe selfish allergy...just what I need on my wedding day!

                    #60 vdambs

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                      Posted 27 April 2008 - 05:57 PM

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                      Depending on the size of your group I would try and get a microphone. When we got married there was another very small wedding off to the side of the restaurant that decided to make the supper also the dance and were playing music very loudly and the other entertainent and outside noise made hearing speeches next to impossible.

                      The best set up at the restaurant is the T shape, but with a large group this made speeches even harder to hear for the people at the end of the table.

                      A caution about the T shape - We could only fit 4 across on the top of the t. It would be possible to do 6, but no more than that I wouldn't think
                      So I'm wonder if Mammee's is big enough to include dancing? I can't really tell from all the pics. I'm working with a very "lean" budget and a very small group of people. I don't want to go through the expense of booking the disco and pay for a DJ for such a small group but do want to at least be able to do all the important dances and the most important dance, our 1st dance! Of those of you that have been would this be possible to do at Mammmee's without being too cramped or too annoying to the other patrons?




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