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Getting Ready -- Food?


I have another question?  This just came to me this morning: (in the shower, no-less)  that while I probably will be too nervous to eat, I really should provide some fruit, or cheeses, sandwiches, etc. for everyone else while we're getting ready. 

Who did you all use?  We're staying at the Hotel 32 at Monte Carlo, and I was looking over the room service menu, and to me, its a little (a lot) expensive, and more than I really want to spend. 

Does anyone know of a good, reasonable, place to get a couple of fruit/cheese/danish trays from?  Preferably someone who would deliver? 

Just one more thing I haven't thought of...just when I thought I was all set Embarassed


Re: Getting Ready -- Food?

  • direy25direy25 member
    2500 Comments Fourth Anniversary
    edited December 2011
    I've heard a lot of people recommend Jason's Deli.  Luckily my mom went to the grocery store for us & bought some assorted trays of fruit & cheese, wraps, etc.  If she wouldn't have been able to do that I'm pretty sure we would have gone with Jason's. 
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  • edited December 2011
    Popular ones around here are Albertson's and Jason's Deli.
  • edited December 2011
    We fed the whole wedding party (us plus 8), the vendors who had roles during the day and some close family for less than $200 from Jason's Deli; and they delivered to the room.

    Married in Vegas - June 2011

  • edited December 2011
    There's an Albertson's about a 10 minute drive from the strip (Flamingo & Maryland Pky). Our hotel room had a full kitchen, so we went grocery shopping.
    Morning of the wedding, my best friend made omlets while mom & sister were getting makeup done. We also had bagels and cream cheese. Getting ready started at 10am.
    For lunch, we ordered Jason's Deli to bring us sandwiches, to be delivered to my parents room while we were getting pics taken at the LV sign. So we were able to get something in our bellies before the ceremony. Oh, and use the Maryland Pky location if your getting delivery. We used them twice during our stay, great both time.
  • edited December 2011
    Awesome !  Thanks so much!  I have read a lot about Jason's on here, but I wasn't sure they'd do it only for about 8 people. 
  • edited December 2011
    In Response to <a href=" Wedding BoardsForum:91Discussion:8bb9a048-9eb4-4bf2-9191-db2426c4fb8ePost:242ca1bb-163c-4e22-b9ff-fbef7f14b579">Re: Getting Ready -- Food?</a>:
    [QUOTE]Awesome !  Thanks so much!  I have read a lot about Jason's on here, but I wasn't sure they'd do it only for about 8 people. 
    Posted by anuabby[/QUOTE]

    The lunch delivery we had was only 3 sandwiches, so shouldn't be a problem for you.
  • edited December 2011
    Has anyone used Einsteins bagels for this? I was thinking about using them for breakfast.
  • smokeybaileysmokeybailey member
    2500 Comments Combo Breaker
    edited December 2011
    I'm lazy.  We ordered room service.
    Now with more wedded bliss.

    I don't get married often, but when I do, I do it in Las Vegas.


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  • mizutamababymizutamababy member
    1000 Comments Combo Breaker
    edited December 2011
    We used Jason's Deli; we called early on in the morning and they were over an hour late; by the time the guy was on his way we were about to head off for the limo to the chapel.  All we ordered was their 6-8 sandwich tray.  No idea why it took them so long.  Needless to say we were not impressed.

    But if you can actually get them to deliver on time their prices are ideal.  Maybe call a day in advance to be on the safe side if you do go with them?
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