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Place for Holiday Lunch in South Bay for 75 People?

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katya Oct 7, 2008 01:43 PM

Our company is looking for a good place in the South Bay for our holiday luncheon. It needs to accommodate about 75 people, provide food, and give us some room to perform some skits. A unique venue with an activity would be cool, too, if possible, though it's *definitely* not necessary.

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    Concetta Oct 9, 2008 09:53 AM

    Since there was one winery suggestion, you might also check out Byington Winery in Los Gatos

    www.byington.com

    1. rworange Oct 8, 2008 12:30 PM

      Parcel 104 has banquet rooms in the hotel that can accomodate groups larger than 40.

      Tied House Cafe & Brewery has an outdoor beer garden. I know the Mountain View beer garden seats up to 100. Not sure about the San Jose location, but the website said they expanded their banquet facilities.

      Morton's the Steakhouse has a private room for 80

      The Plumed Horse has a private room that seats 80.

      Paragon Restaurant and Bar has private rooms accomodating 10 - 250.

      Links to websites in this search where you can call to see if they can accomodate you with room to perform skits.
      http://www.chow.com/search?search%5Bq...

      Hope that whatever you choose you report back ... good or bad.It will help others like yourself looking for some similar event facilities.

      1. k
        katya Oct 8, 2008 10:55 AM

        I don't know the budget but I think we have a bit to spend. I should mention that there's a lot of boozin' at these events, and by a lot I mean A LOT.

        Thanks for the suggestions so far! Keep em coming!
        And let me just say again there really doesn't *have* to be an activity, too. Regular big restaurant rooms are good, too. I just don't know of any.

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          KathyM Oct 7, 2008 11:52 PM

          Support your local museums, I would recommend going to The Tech Museum or the SJ Museum of Art. Both have excellent on-site caterers or you can choose your own.

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            Judith Oct 7, 2008 08:32 PM

            Il Fornaio has rooms that accommodate large groups. I'm not 100% sure but I think the Tech Museum does events and they have the new Leonardo exhibit. It might be worth looking into.

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              ceekskat Oct 7, 2008 08:09 PM

              I don't know what your budget is but one of my favorite meetings/luncheons was held at the Mountain Winery. Sales dept. held quarterly meeting in the morning followed by sit down lunch with different wines for every course. Food was fabulous! Of course this was loooong ago (approx. 14yrs) when X company's sales department had an almost limitless budget:-)

              Edit: forgot...

              http://www.mountainwinery.com/corpora...

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