anyone had or having their wedding in cruzzos

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groomdublin2007 Posts: 6
hi just wondering what you are doing or what you did for music in such a small venue.time is ticking by fast and the stress is starting to creep in.thanks
Mrs.slightly bonkers Posts: 3289
Here is some info on a link i found,try another search.HtH http://weddingsonline.ie/discussion/vie ... ht=cruzzos
nov_star Posts: 78
I've eaten in Cruzzo's before... it's a beautiful location, really special, but I wasn't overly impressed by the food. However, my parents were at a wedding there last week (during the really great weather) and said it was the most perfect location... it made for a very special wedding. They didn't comment either way on the food, but the location is stunning...
Mrs Knockers Posts: 3514
I went to a wedding there in April - they had athree peice band in the downstairs part of the resturant - the dancefloor was quite small but was fab none the less! Ps - I thought the food was fab - had the triple baked goats cheese thingy & the steak - was all cooked to perfection! - Although the other thing on the menu was whole sea bass & it came whole & a few people ordered it & then didn't like that it came whole (even though the menu had it clearly stated!)
groomdublin2007 Posts: 6
thanks for the replies.thanks knockers.im getting abit worried about the size of the stage in cruzzos.id say three is the max size for a band there.the food no matter what the quality is going to be better than most hotel rubber chicken
Mrs Knockers Posts: 3514
Yeh it was a bit small & they were almost on the dance floor! The band was a singer a guitar player & keyboards - I'd say there wouldn't be much room for drums!! - yeh defo better than rubber chicken (thankfully i'm not having chicken on my menu!!)
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