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Grill 48 Dunfermline

Located in East Port in the heart of the historic town of Dunfermline, Grill 48 is the ideal in town location for light lunch, pre theatre dining, relaxed evening meal with friends, or private party. Grill 48 prides itself on blending excellent, friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere with the best locally sourced ingredients to produce a variety of traditional and seasonal dishes.

 

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ESSENTIAL INFORMATION

Grill 48
48 East Port
Dunfermline
Fife
KY12 7JB

01383 720848
reservations@grill48.com

Lunch

Monday – Friday
12noon – Last Order 2pm

Saturday – Sunday
12noon-4pm

Dinner

Monday – Saturday
5pm-Last Orders 9pm

Sunday
5pm-Last Orders 7.45pm
(Close 9pm)

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Fantastic Hen Night

Great Dunfermline Hen Nights

Are you a maid of honor this year? Or are you in charge of organising a hen party. Here is our quick and easy guide to organising a great night out.

  1. Invites: who you would like to come to the hen party. Our top tip is if your hens are Hen Partyon facebook why not make a facebook group page where you can add the hens you have invited and then they can be kept up to date with the latest arrangements and information quickly and easily.
  2. Cost \ Budget: how much you and the rest of your hens are happy to spend on the night and set the budget in advance and let the hens know so that they are able to save for the night. Weddings are expensive and remember your guests have the wedding day to pay for as well. Ask the hens to pay a deposit we suggest £10 as this helps to confirm that they will actually attend. Having a set budget may also allow you to get them to pay the rest of the night before the day.
  3. Location: Decide on where is best to have your hen party. If you have a varying age range of hens it might be better to have something local. This allows perhaps flower girls to come to the night but go home before it gets to outrageous, or if you have older Grannies and Aunties who perhaps would rather go home at 10.30pm then they can do as there is no real travel issues.
  4. Food: Try to get a fixed price from the venue for the a menu that way everybody pays the same price and makes it easier to work out the budget. We would definitely recommend doing this for parties of over 10 or more. We suggest a two course menu and don’t be scared just to make the decision on what is going on the menu. Remember you will never please everyone so go with what you think is right.
  5. Drinks: If you can get a drink on arrival included in the price then great. Always great to have something organised for arrival. After that let the hens pay for their own drinks or alternatively if you have a small group then have a kitty for the night.
  6. Decoration: Keep table decoration simple, there is no need to spend lots of money on goody bags as the majority of the time they get chucked in the bin. Banners and Hen Party Decoration balloons are simple but very effective. If you wanted to make it more personal why not attach pictures to balloons as weights, it makes it very personal and creative.
  7. Games: Think about who is coming to the hen night, are they easily offended, if so perhaps don’t make the games to sexually orientated. Mr and Mrs is always a great game and lets everyone find out more about the happy couple. We would however recommend keeping the games to a minimum as too many can effect the night. Games are great at the start so everyone gets to know each other but as the night goes on people become harder to control and games can become a nightmare to do. Dare cards are a great cheap option and can be used throughout the night if you need to inject a bit of friendly banter.

 

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