Open bar? Limited bar? Cash bar? : Pros and Cons
Once we know how many guests will be attending your party we will be able to suggest if a cash bar, limited bar, or open bar is best suited for your specific needs. We understand that weddings, engagement parties, and other celebrations can be costly. That's why we make your budget our primary concern.
While having an open bar is convenient, it is more expensive than a cash bar. Furthermore, an open bar may stray guests away from significant events such as seeing the cutting of the cake or hearing an important speech. On the other hand, guests may become disgruntled if they have to pay for drinks, causing the party to end earlier than you intended it to. A limited bar is happy medium between the two, but some of your guests may not like the options and consequently, will have to resort to non-alcoholic "mocktail" to quench their thirst.
When it comes to deciding on an open bar, cash bar, or limited bar, we trust that you are the best judge of your family, friends, and colleagues. We listen carefully to all of our Boston clients to ensure that they make the right decision.
Pre-design bar packages
Butlers & Bars offers both top shelf and premium liquor packages to suit the taste and budget of all of our Boston clients. If you are having a difficult time deciding if you want top shelf or premium spirits, beer, and wine, our team may be able to guide you to the right solution with our expansive knowledge of top-of-the-line brands and our cultivated drink palettes.