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The Picnic House’s 4,000-square-foot glass-and-brick-enclosed pavilion features a wood-burning fireplace, hardwood floors, and elegant French doors leading out to a rear balcony. It’s available in eight-hour blocks (five for the event, three for setup) and hosts up to 175. Tables, chairs, an upright piano, and security are included in the $3,750–$4,800 fee—much of which goes back to the park for maintenance and preservation. Catering is additional and limited to a select list of vendors.
The ladies of the long-running drag hit "Distorted Diznee" apply their twisted lens to classics like "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas" and "A Charlie Brown Christmas," complete with a visit from the Port Authority Cockettes, a low-budget version of the Rockettes. More »