Westside Rehearsal dinner suggestions 50+ people
I was at an eight course food event on the patio at Il Moro recently - it was realy nice. We had about 45 people and a little space, I think you could do 50 +-. Sthe staff was very nice, good service.
The food we had was all off menu I think and quite wonderful!! The menu is below...
Affetati I Salumi Nostrani e Gnocco Fritto con Cipolline Brasate (Assortment of cured meats with braised onions, rustic bread.)
Cappeletti di Magro in Brodo (Hat-shaped pasta filled with braised beef, in capon broth)
Rigatoni al Coniglio (Tube pasta sautéed with rabbit ragu, vegetables, white wine reduction, and tomato sauce.)
Tortelloni di Zucca al Soffrito (Pasta stuffed with sautéed pumpkin in vegetable-spice sauce.)
Risotto Alla Finanzera (Arborio rice with porcini mushrooms and chicken livers and gizzards, white wine sauce.)
Baccala in Umido con Polenta (Baked salt cod with white wine and garlic, served with soft polenta.
Coniglio all’ Agro Dolce (Rabbit in sweet and sour sauce with capers, raisins, and white vinegar.
Dessert: Torta Dura, Sfrappole e Tortelli di Prugna a
Ciocc olata - Hard cake with sliced almonds, prunes, and chocolate.
We had our rehearsal dinner at Koutoubia restaurant in Westwood...this is a Moroccan restaurant w/ big cushions to sit on and a set menu under $30.00.This was fun and a different experience then your basic sit down.The owner Michel is a bit of a character,and he will push the drinks like crazy to bump up thetab,so be wary.
The Restaurant at The Getty has a private room available, and I believe the dinners are in your price range. The view is impressive, and the food is great too. Your guests could wander around the museum ahead of time, and there's no charge for that (other than parking).
I'm looking for a wedding rehearsal dinner location for October, so I've done the research. I wish The Getty was in my budget!