(Closed) Venue Food Tasting

posted 10 years ago in Food
Post # 3
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

Ours only does it on Tuesday and Thursday nights, and I had to schedule it at least one week in advance.  It was a trek (from Irvine to LA on a week night), but it was well worth it! 

Post # 4
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2008

We can only do our tasting on Tues/Thurs anytime between 12-4 or 6.  I think thatthis is pretty normal.  If you think about it – would you want the chef worrying about another couples tasting on the Saturday of your wedding or would you want him prepping for yours.

Is there anyway that you could just take an extra long lunch – go to work in the morning leave for th tasting and then come back?

Post # 5
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2008

We can only do our tasting on Tues/Thurs anytime between 12-4 or 6.  I think thatthis is pretty normal.  If you think about it – would you want the chef worrying about another couples tasting on the Saturday of your wedding or would you want him prepping for yours.

Is there anyway that you could just take an extra long lunch – go to work in the morning leave for the tasting and then come back?

Post # 6
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

We’re having our Tasting this month (wedding’s in September) I don’t recall when they schedule them (every quarter or something like that.) It’s always on a Wednesday night @ 7pm. It’ll be my FI and I, my parents and 100+ brides and grooms. They cook EVERYTHING on the menu. I"m so excited to eat… Ha Ha Funny story on how my FI and I found this venue is b/c I got lost driving home… Was amazed by the Palm tree driveway, pulled in was shown around the venue clearly seeing that they were busy setting up for a Tasting that night. It didn’t matter to them. They didn’t look annoyed that we kind of just showed up. Crazy how our turn’s coming up

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