Looking for the perfect venue to host your Christmas party? Tagvenue has all the best options in San Diego! Check out our listings for a range of amazing Christmas restaurants. Whether you want to host a classy Christmas party or something more casual and laid-back, there's a restaurant for every type of event. Choose from a wide range of cuisines, from traditional Christmas dishes to international favorites. You can also find restaurants that offer entertainment options, private dining rooms, and special packages. Pick your perfect venue and have a feast with your loved ones at one of San Diego’s many Christmas restaurants.
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The average rental fee for renting a Christmas restaurant in San Diego is around $500-$3,000 per session or $100-$200 per hour. If you're renting a restaurant for more than 150 people, that's anywhere from $6,000 to $8,000 per session. If you're planning on hosting a more intimate dinner for up to 30 guests, the fee for a private room is closer to $1,000-$2,750 per session. For per-person event packages, the average cost is around $20-$50 per guest. Some Christmas restaurants operate on minimum spend, which means that you have to spend a certain amount on food and drinks to reserve the space. The minimum requirement for most of these kinds of venues is around $1,500-$3,000 per session. (All data from Tagvenue.)
If you want to save some money, the first thing you can do is look for restaurants that are offering special packages for Christmas. These are going to be more expensive than your standard rental fee, but they’re also going to include things like a bartender, catering and event decorations. It’s also worth checking out restaurants that have minimum spend requirements. If you can’t afford to spend money on the rental fees, then this option might be the most cost-effective as it means that you only have to pay for food and drink, rather than also having to cover the cost of renting a venue. If you're looking to save even more money, consider bringing in your own alcohol. BYOB is especially useful if you want to offer wine and beer, rather than a whole bar service. You should be aware that some restaurants won’t allow it, so always check with the venue first before planning your event. For smaller events, consider renting a private dining room instead of the whole restaurant. These rooms are much cheaper and come in a range of sizes, so you can find one that suits your needs without having to book out the entire venue.
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