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How to Host a Cocktail Party

PHILIPPINES Restaurant and Wine Bar:

Date:  3rd October, 2010

1.    Send out written invitations for large and formal affairs, telephone or e-mail for smaller ones. Include the nature of the party (cocktails); the occasion, if any; the date, and the beginning and ending times of the party ‘ cocktail parties are generally between 6 and 8 p.m.

2.    Make arrangements for a caterer and bartender if your party will be large (over 25 people), and your budget permits. Otherwise, prepare a cocktail menu and plan out how you will prepare everything ahead of time. (See Related eHows for appetizer ideas.)

3.    For drinks, plan to have wine and beer, as well as supplies for several kinds of cocktails. Have nonalcoholic alternatives on hand as well, and be sure you’ll have enough ice.

4.    Remove large pieces of furniture or clutter from the room you plan to hold the party in. Set up two large tables – one for drinks, the other for hors d’oeuvres – a good distance from each other or at opposite ends of the room, to cut down on traffic around them.

5.    Set up chairs and smaller tables around the room. Comfortable folding chairs and tables are adequate and easy to move around.

6.    Decorate with table linens, candles and simple floral arrangements. The complexity of the arrangements and quality of the linens should reflect the formality of the event.

7.    Ask your guests for their coats as soon as they enter and hang the coats on a coat rack, in a coat closet or lay coats across a bed in an unused bedroom.

8.    Tell your guests to help themselves to hors d’oeuvres. If there is no bartender, ask your guests what they would like to drink and serve them yourself.

9.    Have a few party games up your sleeve to break the ice and encourage your guests to mingle.

Tips & Warnings

Indoors, scented candles can clear the air of stuffiness and odors.

Be prepared to serve each guest 10-12 snacks and 3-4 drinks.

Some easy, no-cook snacks include different types of cheeses, with crackers and breads; good olives; pâtés ; cured meats, such as imported hams and salamis; and toasted nuts. An antipasto platter, with roasted peppers, marinated artichoke hearts and mushrooms, pepperoncinis, and cheese and meats, is also easiness itself. You can also pick up frozen prepared bites, such as potstickers.

Are these articles useful for enhancing your wine and dine experience in the Philippines.  Do they also help you with travel, leisure, vacation, dining out, nightlife and other leisure activities plans in Philippines?  Yats Restaurant hopes to provide you with ample information so you can plan your trips to Pampanga Angeles City Clark Freeport Zone whether you are travelling from Manila or other Asian countries such as Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore, Malaysia or Korea.

Restaurant reservations in Philippines, planning of menu, selection of wine for dinner and booking a private function and event in Angeles City Clark Freeport Zone can all be handled.  Yats Restaurant and Wine Bar has been regarded by many to be the premier restaurant north of Manila Philippines.  Its 3000-line award-winning restaurant wine list has kept many wine lovers happy dining in this restaurant in Angeles City Clark Philippines for over a decade.

Yats Restaurant and Wine Bar was built by Hong Kong-based Yats International in 2000 to provide a world-class fine dining restaurant, business meeting facilities and venues for private dinners and functions in Pampanga Angeles City Clark Freeport Zone.  Pampanga Angeles City Clark Philippines was selected for this restaurant because of safety, clean air, absence of traffic and proximity to Manila and Subic.

For comments, inquiries and reservations, email or call these numbers:

(045) 599-5600 0922-870-5178 0917-520-4401   ask for Ernest or Pedro.


Getting to this fine dining restaurant of Angeles City Clark Freeport Zone Pampanga Philippines

How to get to this fine-dining restaurant in Clark Philippines?  Once you get to Clark Freeport, go straight until you hit Mimosa.  After you enter Mimosa, stay on the left on Mimosa Drive, go past the Holiday Inn and Yats Restaurant (green top, independent 1-storey structure) is on your left.  Just past the Yats Restaurant is the London Pub.


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