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(@mikeinnc)
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Just a question to see if anyone has any input on Herve recently. We've got about 3 weeks to go and are trying to decide on a place to take ourselves and about 9 other friends and family after our wedding. Tried several other places which are either closed for the month, closed on Mondays or just out of our price range for 11 people. Read alot about Herve and have seen it appears to have a good view, just wondering if the food is worth the money?

 
Posted : July 12, 2006 10:37 pm
(@mike-from-newport)
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Herve's is definitely worth it. I've been a couple of times - the food and service are always good, and the views are incredible. I was just there three weeks ago. You'll enjoy it.

You may also want to think about the Agave Terrace, another one of my favorites.

I have read good things about the Banana Tree Grill, but haven't had an opportunity to check it out.

 
Posted : July 12, 2006 10:42 pm
(@bluwater)
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Interested to hear about this palce. I tried very hard to get a parking space for Herve' on the final day of my last visit, but just couldn't. It was on my list of must do restaurants......

Any negatives....anyone?

MikeinNC, Congraturlations on your upcoming wedding. What is your wedding location - or do you not have one yet selected?

 
Posted : July 12, 2006 11:31 pm
(@mikeinnc)
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Yeah we are doing it over on St John in Trunk bay at sunset. Its been fun trying to plan it all and get everyone back over the St Thomas for dinner since most restaurants close @ 10.

Boston buffet guy, if you don't mind me asking, I can see menu prices for their food online, just curious how expensive drinks are there? I am figuring 8-9 a mixed drink but I have no idea. We are paying for this out of pocket so trying to get a ballpark of a price and the drinks are the only thing I don't know. Thanks for the advise as well it does make the decision a little easier hearing from someone who has eaten there.

 
Posted : July 13, 2006 7:24 am
(@east-ender)
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If you are getting married on St John at sunset, why not have dinner over there, too? We did this with some friends last fall, ate at Asolare afterwards and even with all the champagne, still made it back on the 11:00 boat!

 
Posted : July 13, 2006 3:36 pm
(@mikeinnc)
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That was my big concern was getting back in time. Originally we were going to do something at a Room with a View but the are closed in August so we have been back tracking since. As long as i can have a few drinks it really doesn't matter that much to me but I don't get the last word but I will look into that as well.

 
Posted : July 13, 2006 6:33 pm
(@mike-from-newport)
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I'm not sure how much the mixed drinks go for. I ordered a bottle of wine. The wine prices are pretty typical for restaurants. You may want to give them a call. I'm sure they can give you a better idea on pricing. Good luck!

 
Posted : July 13, 2006 8:27 pm
(@mikeinnc)
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Thanks for the advise, I think my better half has been in touch, I am looking forward to it!

 
Posted : July 13, 2006 10:16 pm

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