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AKD26 Sep 4, 2012 11:47 AM

My fiance and I will be getting married in the desert in NV and staying at the Palazzo in Vegas. We will have roughly 20-25 guests. We are looking to get a private room after the ceremony at a restaurant on or near the strip for dinner and drinks. We are trying to keep the plate cost to around $50-75. The big problem is, most of the places I have called have private room charges of a few thousand (separate from the food cost) or $5K mimums to have the private room. Does anyone know of any nice restaruants that offer private rooms without minimums/charges or have them under 2K? Any information will be helpful!

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    Eric Sep 4, 2012 12:09 PM

    Here is a link to a previous post. The person had a group of twenty people. I think the low end is going to be very difficult to find. http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/7149...

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      AKD26 Sep 5, 2012 06:15 AM

      Thank you! That post was helpful. I got one good rec from that post!

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      Philber Sep 4, 2012 12:46 PM

      We had a corporate function at Roy's Hawaiian Fusion on Flamingo. They have several private rooms that would accommodate your party size. You should be able keep the plate cost well within your goal of less than $75 and still have a great meal! For the corporate event we had a selection of several appetizers, entrees and desserts and as I recall, the price was around $35 (+ tax+tip). They also provided a bar in the room and wine service throughout the meal.

      I don't recall if they had a charge for the room, but if they did it was no where near "a few thousand".

      Here's the link to their private dining page.

      http://www.roysrestaurant.com/privatedining/dinner_menu.asp

      Here's the link to their private dining page.

      http://www.roysrestaurant.com/private...

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