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Las Mananitas - dress code in restaurant?

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Berkeley, California
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Las Mananitas - dress code in restaurant?

Want to stay at Las Mananitas, but am wondering if men are required to wear suits and ties at dinner. My husband dislikes wearing ties and prefers to dress "elegant casual" in a dress shirt, but no jacket or tie.

Thanks!

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1. Re: Las Mananitas - dress code in restaurant?

Just got back from Cuernavaca, we went to Las Mananitas twice, one time for NYE supper and fiesta, there is no official dress code, my husband wore casual pants and shirt, you may also see people dressed up or wearing jeans. Enjoy Las Mananitas its a great place.

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2. Re: Las Mananitas - dress code in restaurant?

Thanks so much!

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3. Re: Las Mananitas - dress code in restaurant?

Cuernavaca is pretty casual all around. Almost anywhere you go you can get away with just elegant causual, slacks and a nice shirt.

Be sure you check out Madregal too, simular to Las Mananitas but different. Be sure to ask for a tour of the kitchen and wine celler. They love to show it off and its amazing.

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