Okay, so again I'm on my 'invitation' kick. <grin> I am going with pocket invitations, which has a ton of information right there for our guests. I am playing around with the "dinner" portion of the card. I will actually describe the 3 entree choices, so guests will know what "beef" , "chicken" and "fish" actually entail. We are paying for beer, wine and soda. The venue cannot do a cash bar.
So - taking all that in to consideration, is it tacky to PUT that on the invite? Like "All entrees will include a house salad, beer, wine and soft drinks. A cash bar is not available."
I thought it would save a ton of confusion, since there IS an actual BAR in the venue, but it will only be serving the yacht club patrons who are dining there in the private dining room, NOT any other guests. (Yacht club members have a standing account - the bar does not handle cash or credit card transactions)
Thanks for your input! I have a LOT of time to think about this.