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I am getting married in April 2008 on a Tuesday evening and I'd like to be able to do this in a private dinning room in a fabulous resturat.

Here's my list so far: Villa De Lupo, Brock House and Hart House.....any other suggestions?

(Guest list will be a max of 50)

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Alexandra Gill married herself - and I believe her reception was also at The Beach House.

Memo - the girl I call my own, she’ll wear satin and laces and smell of cologne

Ríate y el mundo ríe contigo. Ronques y duermes solito.

Laugh, and the world laughs with you. Snore, and you sleep alone.

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If you want privacy you will want to either book out an entire restaurant or choose one with a private room that will take as many as 50.

I am assuming you want the space for the entire evening, and not just for the early part of the evening.

Private rooms for 50+ (sit down)

Club Room at Gotham Steakhouse and Cocktail Bar

La Terrazza * Gorgeous

Monk McQueen’s

Seasons in the Park

The Teahouse

False Creek Yacht Club

Separate private areas (without walls)

Back of Beyond

Upstairs at Coast

Side room at Watermark

Upstairs at Gotham (they have 3 private rooms)

Small restaurants that might book out

Rare

Ocean Six17

Bistro Michel (NVan)

Cru

Connor Butler

Infinity

Good luck and best wishes for a great wedding! Cate

Cate Simpson

Les Dames d'Escoffier International

www.ldei.org

www.lesdames.ca

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We had our wedding luncheon @ Monk McQueens upstairs. Great room for 50-80.

What about

Horizons @ Burnaby Mountain

Fish House?

Fiddlehead Joes

or, book one of the rooms @ the Rowing Club and cater in? Ask for fine-dine servers, and increase the server/guest ratio... you just might be able to replicate the restaurant experience.

oooh oooh... just thought of...

Wedgewood hotel

or how abou the wine bar @ Hotel Vancouver? Not private, but cozy.

Karen Dar Woon

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