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Bars & Restaurants in Pollensa, Majorca Where to eat and drink. For great reviews and comments on bars, cafes and restaurants. Do give locations if possible.

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Stay have published their NYE menu and it will cost 145€ per head, have a look at this link Stay Restaurant.
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Wow, that's a bit expensive considering the financial climate.x
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Wow! How expensive is that. They'll lose a lot of their followers at that price.
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Gosh! That IS expensive! I see they have a free bar all evening but even so it seems a over the top pricewise. It will be interesting to see what happens here!
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Stay have published their NYE menu and it will cost 145€ per head, have a look at this link Stay Restaurant.
nothing I would like anyway
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Just checked last years prices from Stay and they were the same for New Year, €145, Christmas day menu was €33.10. So I suppose you have to be happy that the prices have not gone up! No confirmation of the price this year for Christmas day though.
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I'm afraid its far too expensive, even eith a free bar!!!!!. Only total devotees of Stay may be willing to fork out this amount.
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I think it is well patronised by the wealthy Mallorcans, i certainly wouldn't pay that for a night out. We usually have dinner at home and then go out for drinks later in the evening.
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We usually go to Trio which is about half that and with drinks and special menu including ensaimada and hot chocolate at dawn.
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Walked past stay on the last 2 years on way home seems to be busy enough with the hoi poloi
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Walked past stay on the last 2 years on way home seems to be busy enough with the hoi poloi
Hoi Polloi??? You sure? At £145 a head?

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We are probably going to be in PP for the first time ever this New Year - woo hoo! - and wondered if anyone could recommend somewhere to spend it that is preferably a) cheaper than the Stay and b) a bit more informal and child-friendly? The children aren't very young but I think that somewhere with more of a laid-back family feel would be better for them over the course of a long evening. Trio sounds interesting - has anyone been there for New Year before? Not sure I will make it through to dawn though, never mind the kids! Somewhere like Nostalgia would have been ideal but I think they are closed.
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Not sure how old your children are but we took our grandson when he was probably 11 and he loved it. I have also seen families with younger children there. It is a great night ,good menu and wine choices,music to dance to and a constant stream of titbits after the meal. Missed it last year but previously there has been a free bar as well. Party bag with streamers etc and a container which you keep holding the grapes for midnight.
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Many thanks Lollipop - they're 9, nearly 10, so it sounds as if this could be perfect for them! I was worried that there would be no other children there but it doesn't sound like that is the case.
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Kate, Nostalgia will be open as usual for NYE and Tango are also normally open .
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