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low-key foodie bachelorette party?

mvjd Mar 6, 2012 07:11 AM

trying to plan a low-key bachelorette party for my friend, and curious if anyone had any suggestions.

the original plan was to:
book private dinner at seasonal pantry
perhaps have cheese tasting with the cheese course
wine and drinks at a chill spot

however, seasonal pantry does not do private parties on saturdays.

so any suggestions for a
1. seasonal pantry alternative
2. good spot for wine and/or cheese tasting on saturday night?

thanks for your help guys. :)

  1. e
    Elyssa Mar 6, 2012 09:06 AM

    Cork Market can be rented out to do private wine tastings. I met they can also set up cheese and cured meats boards for you etc.

    If you are still hungry for a larger meal there are tons of options around 14th Street. I would like Masa 14 for a bachelorette party.

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      katecm Mar 6, 2012 10:44 AM

      How many people? You'd have to see if Columbia Room does private events on Saturdays, but if they do, I can't recommend it enough. The food is great, you have three cocktails a person and they're delicious, and you get your own private charming space before going out to other bars. I rented it out for a group of 15 and it cost $1,000, which isn't terrible per person.

      1. mvjd Mar 6, 2012 10:53 AM

        thanks for the suggestions so far! it would be 12 people at most.

        1. k
          katecm Mar 6, 2012 12:47 PM

          How about the table at Zola Wine Kitchen? This is their prepared event menu, but they might be worth calling for a few other options. http://zolawinekitchen.com/zwk/zwk_ev...

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