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#1 bergon

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    Posted 19 November 2013 - 10:27 PM

    Any suggestions and pricing quotes for rehearsal dinners?? We will have 50-100 people so nothing too outrageous! :). Thanks!!

    #2 Nov2013cabowed

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      Posted 20 November 2013 - 07:04 AM

      Wow that is a big party!! The price depends on whether you plan to host the dinner at your hotel or somewhere else. I did some research a few weeks ago and when we included the cost for transportation for all our guests invited to the dinner, it turned out to be the same $ (and less hassle) to host it at our hotel. We spent about $30 a person for a salad and entree (no dessert). Plus whatever they drink which in our case an additional $10-$15 pp. Hope the helps!

      #3 bergon

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        Posted 25 November 2013 - 06:01 PM

        Thanks!! Where did you have it?

        #4 flo628

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        • Wedding Date:April 19, 2014
        • Wedding Location:Casa Dorada, Cabo San Lucas

        Posted 25 November 2013 - 11:22 PM

        We are checking out hacienda Cocina y cantina and Baja Cantina, but they are both in the heart of downtown cabo San Lucas. Where is your wedding going to be?

        #5 hpreece

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        • Wedding Date:July 12, 2014
        • Wedding Location:Hacienda Cocina y Cantina in Cabo San Lucas
        • LocationRancho Bernardo, CA

        Posted 21 December 2013 - 04:10 PM

        We are having ours at Romeo y Julieta in downtown Cabo.  It is an Italian restaurant (I know...crazy to be having Italian food in Mexico), but the food is good, the inside of the restaurant is really cute, and the prices are reasonable.  We also thought that everyone is probably going to be eating Mexican food for every other meal so why not Italian one night?  We are also having everyone that is attending the wedding to attend the rehearsal so we wanted something rather cheap.  They have several different options on their group menu; we are going to do Caesar salad, lasagna, and dessert for $19/person.  Also, you will have a really cool fire show at your table if you order their Mexican hot chocolate. :)

        #6 toribelle31

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          Posted 23 December 2013 - 12:07 PM

          We booked at the Baja Brewery on the rooftoop of Cabo Villas Beach Resort.  The majority of our guests are staying there (getting married at Casa Dorada next door, but I own a timeshare at CVBR so the rates were much better).  There is also a Baja Brewery restaurant in the marina downtown.  We are doing a taco fiesta buffet for $26/person.  We are not paying for an open bar ($12/person/hr) but we may pay for one drink for everyone on a tab.  The dessert includes a root beer float (root beer from the brewery) so we may just let that be the drink :)

          #7 AshBerry

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          • Wedding Date:May 14, 2016
          • Wedding Location:Casa Dorada
          • LocationSan Diego

          Posted 15 March 2015 - 08:23 AM

          @hpreece I am looking to get married at Casa Dorada and have my guests stay at Cabo Villas as well. 

          How did your wedding turn out? Would you recommend Casa Dorada to someone? I understand that Cabo Villas does weddings too. Was that ever an option when you were doing your searching? 

          Any advice would be appreciated! :) 

          Thank you,


          #8 hpreece

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          • Wedding Location:Hacienda Cocina y Cantina in Cabo San Lucas
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          Posted 31 March 2015 - 06:51 PM

          Hi @AshBerry,


          Our wedding went wonderfully! I was very happy with how everything turned out.  I got married at Hacienda Cocina y Cantina at the Hacienda Beach Club and we stayed at Pueblo Bonito Blanco.


          I've stayed at Casa Dorada before and it was really pretty, but I'm not quite sure how the weddings work.  One thing I liked about Hacienda over Casa Dorada when researching is that Hacienda has a private beach and Casa Dorada does not.  This keeps the vendors away and there is not as many people walking by.  


          I don't remember if I had emailed Cabo Villas or not.  I deleted all my emails. Sorry! :(


          Let me know if you need anything else.  :)

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