Some of Our Favorite Venues
We’ve been in this business for a while now, and there’s pretty much no place we haven’t catered: glorious farms, muddy fields, to top of the Chrysler Building, and more private homes than we can count. But a few venues stand out for their location, unique feel, and exceptional management. Here are a few of our favorite places to throw a party.
Situated underneath the Highline, 91 Horatio is divided into two main areas by barrel-vaulted brick arches. The clean elegant lines and white walls provide the perfect backdrop for a wide range of events. The space also boasts a Grade A Kitchen facility and carries a full liquor license allowing for an array of dining and beverage solutions.
The building dates back to 1916 and once served as a classic car restoration shop. It was transformed into a private events venue in 2013 and now provides a unique backdrop for stylish weddings, corporate events, and photo shoots. With a full lounge, an open air courtyard, and an enormous reception hall as just a few features, 501 Union makes for an unforgettable event.
Dating back to 1909 the Metropolitan Building was originally an electrical parts factory. In 1980, Eleanor Ambos bought the building to accommodate a variety of artisans to set up their studios and work rooms. It quickly transformed into a venue for events, photo shoots and films. It is truly a unique space that inspires the imagination.
A 19th Century building that has been meticulously restored to showcase its industrial character and stunning proportions.
Industrial chic event space in Brooklyn with original exposed brick walls, four chandeliers against a wood beamed ceiling, an intimate suite, and floor-to-ceiling glass doors opening up to a private courtyard.
Gary’s Loft is a classic Manhattan venue, located directly behind the Empire State building. Beautiful large windows, white walls and floors provide the perfect backdrop for for any special occasion. The rooftop’s 360 degree views of the city will truly blow your guests away!
The carousel pavilion and deck at Jane’s Carousel offer views of the East River, Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges. This intimate and unique venue is perfect for a romantic event.
For those looking for a modern, unique venue for their event, the Museum of the Moving Image is the venue. The galleries remain open throughout private events, so guests can enjoy the many interactive experiences, iconic artifacts and vintage video games.
Ramscale Studio, located in the West Village and Highline district of New York City, has awe inspiring views of Manhattan, the Hudson River, the New York Harbor, and all the iconic skyscrapers from One World Trade Center to the Empire State Building. Sunlight floods the daylight studio providing a natural backdrop for films and photography, the transition from day to night serves as a dramatic setting for any event.
Enjoy Midtown Loft and Terrace’s beautifully manicured terrace overlooking the Manhattan skyline as well as their stylish interior loft.
Right in the heart of Manhattan, couples celebrate in a majestic setting of vaulted ceilings and marble floors. The atmosphere, the location and the incredible historic feel make this site appealing for weddings.