(Closed) Rehearsal Dinner Venu

posted 10 years ago in Washington, D.C.
Post # 3
13 posts

If the relevant people like Indian food, what about Bombay Club? The service there is very good and polite. They have a small private room that seats about 25. You can order off of the menu ahead of time (please bring us 4 tandoori chickens, 4 lamb vindaloos, 5 palak paneers…) and then have the food passed family style.  This also allow you to chose the $9-$13 entrees, rather than the $25 lobster curry.

The wine’s a bit pricey, and it doesn’t have a large selection of roses, which are our preferences to serve with spicy food.  So, we simply bought a selection of good dry roses at about $13 a bottle, and then paid the corkage fee. The wines were either from Domasteca in Rosslyn or Rick’s in Alexandria.  

Post # 4
1276 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

Friend of mine had their Rehearsal Dinner at Rosemary and Thyme (Dupont/Adams Morgan).  There was a small private room in back, and they did a special menu.  The food and atmosphere was great…and we all went to nearby bar for drinks afterward.


I know that Gordon Biersch near Chinatown also has a small room where I’ve been to meetings.  It’s actually quite quiet and food’s pretty good…but don’t know if that’s the atmosphere you’d want.

Post # 6
74 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

I’m having mine at La Panettieria in downtown bethesda.  The owner is awesome and will accomodate pretty much anything you want!  Maggiano’s is another great place too!

The topic ‘Rehearsal Dinner Venu’ is closed to new replies.

Find Amazing Vendors