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Dress Code at Valentin Rest.

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Dress Code at Valentin Rest.

Was wondering how strictly enforced the dress code was. Some say long pants have to be worn for the guys. Are dress khaki shorts acceptable?

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1. Re: Dress Code at Valentin Rest.

Dress khaki shorts are acceptable in all restaurants except the French. If you don't plan on visiting the French, then no need to bring long pants, however you'd be missing out on a great meal and I wouldn't risk not being allowed in because of not having long pants.

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2. Re: Dress Code at Valentin Rest.

I would take long pants, because their dress code 'changes' from day to day.

In the french restaurant like shelb said is required.

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We have been twice the first trip he took a of linen pants and dress slacks...he wore the dress slacks to the french the first trip. We didn't even bring the dress slacks the second trip. The other rest. are hit and miss... Depends. I would bring a nice pair just incase.

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4. Re: Dress Code at Valentin Rest.

great question! I had the same one. Thanks for the answers.

It's funny because their website says the Mexican restaurant is the one that requires long pants.

Edited: 23 June 2010, 21:07
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