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Wedding Luncheon for 90-100 in June?

Bridezilla | Feb 27, 200203:50 PM     8

Hi! I am (frantically) trying to find a wedding reception site in SF for my June wedding. I had everything set up last year but unfortunately we ran into some ceremony site issues and had to start from square one again.

Sooo...I am now in dire need of a wedding reception that can accomodate about 90-100 people for lunch. With 3 months left to plan, I've found that restaurants are much more available than typical hotel ballrooms.

Our ceremony is at 10:00am downtown so ideally we would like to start serving lunch around 12:30 or 1:00pm. A nice garden or outside patio would be wonderful since June weather is fab, but anything at this point is fine with me!

So far Clouds Restaurant in Yerba Buena, Bocce Cafe in North Beach, and Arrivederci in Redwood City is available on my date. I don't have any personal experience with these restaurants (I just did a citysearch.com search on them).

ANy advice, help, info...anything at all is greatly greatly appreciated!! Thank you!! :)

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