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riverchic
08-06-2005, 18:36
Hello. I am sorry that I am asking this questions over again, but I was not fast enough on the other post. I am interested as well to know about some nice restaurants. We are having our wedding at the beginning of October. There will be a mixed bunch of English speakers, Russians, and New Russians. Varying in age of 8 years old to 80. Most are around 25-35. We are looking for something different, preferrably not Russian Cuisine. We think there will be around 50 guests, plus we want a dance area. Budget from $3000 to $5000. Any suggestions? I think I gave enough information, but if you need anything else please let me know. Thank you very much.

Random
08-06-2005, 18:40
A chumette of mine has booked the Museum of Furniture - I'll get you the link tomorrow

equalizer
08-06-2005, 19:47
Hello. I am sorry that I am asking this questions over again, but I was not fast enough on the other post. I am interested as well to know about some nice restaurants. We are having our wedding at the beginning of October. There will be a mixed bunch of English speakers, Russians, and New Russians. Varying in age of 8 years old to 80. Most are around 25-35. We are looking for something different, preferrably not Russian Cuisine. We think there will be around 50 guests, plus we want a dance area. Budget from $3000 to $5000. Any suggestions? I think I gave enough information, but if you need anything else please let me know. Thank you very much.
at last how questions should be asked ,i will glady have a look for you,do you want it central or just outside in the country

riverchic
08-06-2005, 20:48
I believe Central would be the best way for us. We are having the wedding at Baumenskieya in the afternoon and hope to go to a restaurant around 7 pm. Thank you very much. You seem like someone who can really help in this situation.

equalizer
08-06-2005, 20:54
I believe Central would be the best way for us. We are having the wedding at Baumenskieya in the afternoon and hope to go to a restaurant around 7 pm. Thank you very much. You seem like someone who can really help in this situation.
maybe ,been to a few weddings thats all

Viagra Girl
09-06-2005, 01:58
A chumette of mine has booked the Museum of Furniture - I'll get you the link tomorrow
Oh no. Bad ratio of price/quality

Billie Bob
10-06-2005, 12:48
why start a new post on a subject that was just covered a week ago?
female logic?

riverchic
10-06-2005, 13:48
If you were reading through the other post you would have seen that it got off topic many times. I wanted to start a post with all of my relevant information. Then people with information regarding my querie could answer. Thank you very much for your helpfullness with my question, though!!!!!!!!! :)

exprumos
10-06-2005, 14:36
October will be too cold for outdoor / river / Out of Town, so this request would not be satisfied by most of the places we mentioned in the last thread. (Kosmik, boats, etcetera)

P.I.M.P.
10-06-2005, 14:58
We had our reception at Uley. Nice place and the people there really took care of us. All of the flower arrangements, music/entertainment, invitations, cake, favors, etc.

We also weren't big on Russian food at the reception. Ulry is all fusion cuisine - even had some funky sushi and a fusionified cake :)

They took care of everything from the point in our day when we set foot in the place - saved us a lot of headaches with planning.

If you're having your wedding in the Baumanskaya area, I remember they offered a mansion there which they cater banquets.

Billie Bob
10-06-2005, 18:40
River chic...

I'd suggest the Iberian restaurant, it goes with your name... the moscow river is right there.

the address is posted on the first thread...

riverchic
11-06-2005, 13:35
I already looked into that one, from the last thread. We are not really that interested in it, but thank you.

River chic...

I'd suggest the Iberian restaurant, it goes with your name... the moscow river is right there.

the address is posted on the first thread...