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Lexington Rehearsal Dinner?

Any ideas for a fun location for a rehearsal dinner in Lexington?  My parents are looking for places for my brother's wedding and asked for suggestions...not too expensive would be good...Thanks!

Re: Lexington Rehearsal Dinner?

  • squirrlysquirrly member
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    edited December 2011
    We had ours at Bella Notte.  We rented out half of the "porch" and did a limited menu, and everybody loved it.  My H's family is Italian from Boston, and they were amazed with how great the food was. 

    If that's not quite what you're looking for, can you define "fun" for me?
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  • ldwelchldwelch member
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    edited December 2011
    Check into DeSha's - they have plenty of private rooms to accomodate different sizes of groups.  We had an afterwork meeting evacuated due to a bomb threat - really - and DeSha's took us all in on short notice very graciously!
  • bride859bride859 member
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    edited December 2011
    Thanks for the ideas.  I'm going to pass them on.  I don't know what my parents' budget is - I'm just giving ideas and they can decide.  Belle Notte seems kind of expensive to me though, but I'm sure it would be great.  In regards to the fun part - I think that would be fun...my mom really likes unique/local places, so that's why I specified fun:)
  • squirrlysquirrly member
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    edited December 2011
    It was really manageable, actually.  Here's their contract/price list for groups:  http://www.bellalexington.com/images/meeting_spaces_contract.pdf

    We had just about 20 people there.  We did a few of the family style apps, everybody had an individually ordered dinner (we did the Tier 2 list), and about half had dessert.  Most had a drink or three.  I don't remember the total bill, though.  Just that it was within the budget. 

    It wasn't the priciest place, but not the cheapest either.  It did work out really nicely, though. 
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