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Caroline

Dress code - La Pergola
« on: July 26, 2010 »
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  • Hi all

    Am due in LG this Friday - yay, can't wait!!!

    I've decided (thanks to all that made suggestions to one of my earlier posts) to spend my birthday celebrating at La Pergola on Saturday 7th August.  Am in the middle of packing and am wondering whether I need to pack my hubbie some long trousers and a tie - in case there's a dress code at the restaurant.  As space in the cases is getting pretty tight (probably down to the amount of shoes I HAVE to take) - if the restaurant doesn't have a strict dress code, I could leave them out.  I always dress for dinner (as I'm a girl) but my hubbie normally wears 3/4 length trousers and a shirt (no tie).  So smart but casual.

    Does anyone know whether I'm able to pack another pair of shoes or should I pack a pair of long trousers and a tie?

    Cheers
    Caroline xx

    Offline Jodie

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    Re: Dress code - La Pergola
    « Reply #1 on: July 26, 2010 »
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  • We went here for my birthday, it was very good, your hubby doesnt need a tie and long trousers, just casual wear enjoy.

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    Re: Dress code - La Pergola
    « Reply #2 on: July 27, 2010 »
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  • smart casual.  no restaurants that i know of in the area insist on more formal wear.  and have a very happy birthday! ;)

    Caroline

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    « Reply #3 on: July 27, 2010 »
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  • Fab - thanks everyone, another pair of shoes it is then!! ;D

    Can't wait to be back in beautiful Los Gigantes - now counting the hours!!!

    Caroline xx

    Offline VictorM

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    Re: Dress code - La Pergola
    « Reply #4 on: July 27, 2010 »
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  • Hi! Caroline.  If your dear hubbie is prepared to spoil you rotten, then, tell him: to pack his own case (!!!) and as your celebration is on a Saturday I think a pair of chinos or whatever, rather than shorts or 3/4 trousers would suit better, especially as it seems he is to take a very fashionable lady to dinner.  La Pergola is smart, and as Janey has said 'smart casual' is very appropriate, but if hubbie has hairy legs is that considered smart when out for dinner on a Saturday evening with a lovely lady?  Would get away with it at a lunchtime but surely not Saturday evening?  STANDARDS, Caroline.