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Small wedding in March

Betty Pellet | Sep 14, 199911:01 AM     3

My daughter and her fiance, who live in Chelsea, are
planning a small (under 100 guests) non-traditional
wedding for late March 2000. Nothing has been settled
yet, including date and place. Ceremony may or may not
take place in same location as reception; music will
be a jazz quartet (dancefloor not required); good food
and drink are musts, not necessarily a sit-down dinner
though. We're open to most ethnic cuisines, not
especially interested in steak houses and the like.
One place under consideration is Il Buco. We'd
appreciate suggestions. Could either be a small
restaurant, private area in a larger place, or a very
good caterer who would provide the food for an event
held in, perhaps, a gallery. All ideas are welcome,
but we must get moving on this ASAP! Thanks-

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