November 17, 2017 / by colormedavid / No Comments

‘Tis The Season To Be Feasting In Español’s Banquet Room

Holiday season is among us and with that being said, bring on the feasts! Invite your Mama, Grand Mama, Great Grand Mama, and all the friends and family in between to come together in Español’s banquet room in East Sacramento. This time of year we acknowledge all of our blessings and are thankful for the people we are surrounded by. Like many do, these types of gatherings are usually gathered around a delicious meal. The banquet room is meant to hold a large crowd and Español is always ready to feed large groups, with these combined, all that is needed is the people for an enjoyable time.


Español’s banquet room can hold up to thirty-five guests with flexibility for larger parties depending on the date and time desired for an event. The room is separate, away from the public so that each party is private and able to celebrate the occasion among one another. The location is perfect for birthday parties, “Friendsgiving”, work holiday parties, a “Secret Santa” get together, or even an early family celebration for those who would like to enjoy a tasty meal without all the preparation and clean up. For any reason, with the capability to hold a large party, Español is the place to book your next event.


Booked a date and time? Perfect! It is time to show up and grub. With a banquet style feast, each party is served a multiple dish feast. As a starter, Español’s famous Minestrone Soup is served, along with platters of salad. No need to worry about the diverse palettes that need to be satisfied, there are plenty of options to choose from. The hard part will be avoiding ordering the entire menu! Once agreed on, signature choices of entrees are brought to the table with plenty of pasta. Come with an appetite, and leave feeling the love for amazing food and wonderful people.


For more information about reserving the banquet room, call (916) 457-1936. Also, head on over to our Facebook page and like us for more details about Español.