2011 BANQUET POLICIES
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a food/beverage minimum?
Do photos need to be taken the same day as my wedding?
Photos can be taken any day you like, if you have rental with room.
The photoshoot does not necessarily have to be on your wedding day.
However only one photoshoot is allowed (ie not one a day before and then another photoshoot on the day of event).
Photoshoots with Gazebo/Room rentals are not considered exclusive use.
Only the hour dedicated for your wedding ceremony is exclusive and photos are recommended to be taken at the same time so there will be no time conflict with other people’s ceremonies on a different day.
Can I have food catered in from an outside vendor?
As a full-service restaurant, Vargo’s can accommodate a wide range of tastes.
We will work with you and our chefs to ensure that the food we serve is just right for your special event.
However we understand if you have specific food requests from an outside vendor.
All outside food must first be approved by management, and there may be a service charge depending on the request.
General prices for catering in are as follows:
|Guest – for each guests’ set up, utensils, and plates
|Waiter – for buffet 25 guests: 1 waiter, for sit down 15 guest: 1 waiter
|Dishwasher – for 50 guests: 1 dishwasher
Can I bring my own alcohol to my event?
Absolutely no alcoholic beverage may be brought in or taken from Vargo’s establishment under
Can Vargo’s order beer in kegs?
Most beers can be preordered by Vargo’s if there is at least two weeks notice.
The price varies on the amount of guests and the type of beer.
Please ask staff for pricing.
Average prices run about $350.00 per keg.
How much time can I stay for my event?
Events at Vargo’s are allowed up to 5 hours including Gazebo rental.
All events must end at 12AM Midnight except for special arrangements with the management.
Any additional hours are $200.00/hour.
Can I have just a cake tasting?
Parties with over 35 guests are allowed to have a cake tasting.
Why is my credit card needed on file?
The credit card is on file only to settle any extra fees which may be incurred during the event.
For example, sometimes guests will exceed the number of drinks paid for in advance.
Then, with client’s consent, the bartender will keep serving drinks like an open tab.
All charges will be reviewed and confirmed by client after the end of their event.