Except where noted, all of these locations allow outside caterers.
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Akwaaba Mansion Bed and Breakfast347 MacDonough St., nr. Stuyvesant Ave., Bedford-Stuyvesant; 886-466-3855; akwaaba.com
Once the home of a 19th-century beer baron, this off-the-beaten-path bed-and-breakfast boasts hand-carved marble fireplaces, chandeliers, and floor-to-ceiling windows. It holds 150 for cocktails and 70 for a sit-down dinner with dancing in the ballroom. Site fees range from $250 to $450 per hour; outside catering is required.
The Beekman, a Thompson Hotel123 Nassau St., nr. Beekman St.; 855-523-3562; thebeekman.com
Set to open this spring, the Beekman is a modern luxury hotel set in the landmarked Temple Court building, one of the city’s first high rises when it was built in 1881; the focal point is the soaring light-filled Victorian atrium. The four private event spaces also feature original architectural details, and the largest can accommodate up to 100 guests for a seated dinner or 130 for a cocktail reception. Catering is provided by Tom Colicchio’s Crafted Hospitality. Prices upon request.thecarlyle.com
The Carlyle has been a New York icon since it first opened in 1930. Its two Art Deco–inspired event spaces—the Versailles and the larger Trianon—make elegant wedding venues that hold up to 80 and 150 guests respectively. Reception packages include passed hors d’oeuvre, a five-hour open bar, and a choice of entrées. From $250 per person. Book the Silver package and get a free bridal suite for the wedding night. Packages start at $10,000.
The Crosby Street Hotel79 Crosby St., nr. Spring St.; 212-226-6400; firmdalehotels.com
A favorite of the downtown fashion set, this boutique hotel offers chic digs for small affairs. The lush lower-level parlor rooms hold about 50 people for sit-down dinners and up to 80 for cocktails. Rental rates range from $400 per hour; catering is in-house, from $100 per person. (good value)fourseasons.com/newyork
This landmark hotel is one of the most sought after in the city, and with good reason. Guests can mingle on the gorgeous mezzanine terrace before going to any number of impressive rooms. The FIFTY7 event space holds 120 guests for a sit-down dinner and has an Art Deco–inspired feel. Several smaller rooms can accommodate more intimate groups as small as 10. Prices upon request.gramercyparkhotel.com
Receptions at this scene-y hub are generally held on the stunning 18th-floor terrace, which features lush landscaping and a retractable roof. It can accommodate up to 120 guests for a seated dinner and dancing, 160 for a buffet, or 250 for cocktails. Prices upon request.hotelgiraffe.com
The Giraffe’s 1,300-square-foot rooftop garden and penthouse is perfect for a cocktail-party reception. The penthouse boasts 26-foot-tall barrel-vaulted ceilings, plus an attached garden (available from May to October) and sweeping views. It can accommodate 50 guests for a seated dinner in the indoor room, or up to 100 for cocktails. Packages start at $3,500 and include a deluxe overnight guest room for the newlyweds. (good value)
InterContinental New York Barclay111 E. 48th St., at Lexington Ave.; 212-755-5900 intercontinentalnybarclay.com
One of the city’s oldest luxury hotels was built as a refuge for Grand Central commuters. The 90-year-old hotel recently underwent a massive renovation that focused particularly on party rooms, of which there are several. Intimate suites are available for parties under 100 guests, while other ballrooms hold up to 500.
The Kimberly Hotel145 E. 50th St., nr. Lexington Ave.; 212-702-1600 kimberlyhotel.com
This boutique hotel’s 3,000-square-foot rooftop works for summer or winter: The space transforms thanks to the retractable glass ceilings and walls, as well as heated floors, and can accommodate up to 200 guests for a cocktail or buffet reception. Guests enjoy a view of the Chrysler Building and dine on contemporary American fare by chef David Andrews. The hotel’s restaurant, Empire Steak House and Lounge, was designed with its past as a 1920s opera house in mind and holds up to 500 for a cocktail reception. Prices upon request. (good value)libraryhotel.com
For intimate daytime weddings, this hotel’s Writer’s Den offers an airy atmosphere (complete with a working fireplace). Separated from the Writer’s Den by a swanky bar is the Poetry Garden, an enclosed glass atrium and an outdoor terrace with views of the public library. Buffet- and cocktail-style receptions are catered by Madison & Vine, though other options are available. Prices upon request.
Liberty Hall at the Ace Hotel20 W. 29th St., at Broadway; 646-214-5764; acehotel.com/newyork
This 2,700-square-foot event space located on the lower level of the Ace Hotel recently underwent an elegant redesign, and chef April Bloomfield has debuted new menus to feed up to 100 guests seated. Ten-foot-high ceilings contribute to the contemporary setting, while movable walls divide the space into three separate rooms for more intimate gatherings. Evening prices start at $3,000.
Lotte New York Palace Hotel455 Madison Ave., nr. 50th St.; 212-888-7000; lottenypalace.com
For large events, this 55-story hotel’s Villard Ballroom is a great choice: It holds 250 for dinner and dancing, or 500 for cocktails. From $295 to $425 per person.mandarinoriental.com/newyork
With wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling northeast views of Columbus Circle and Central Park, the hotel’s massive 36th-floor ballroom is unlike any other. The 6,000-square-foot space can host up to 420 guests for dinner and dancing. Three-course seated dinners start at $350 per person.
New York Hilton Midtown1335 Sixth Ave., nr. 53rd St.; 212-586-7000; newyorkhiltonhotel.com
With one of the largest ballrooms in New York City (it holds anywhere from 200 to 2,600 guests), the Hilton is a good bet for couples looking to host everyone they’ve ever met. Prices upon request.brooklynmarriott.com
This site is a favorite for couples looking to wed in downtown Brooklyn. The 18,105-square-foot Grand Ballroom is essentially a blank canvas and accommodates up to 2,010 guests; smaller spaces, such as the Legends ballroom, are also available.penthouse808rooftop.com
The trendy 8,000-square-foot Asian-Pacific bistro at this Queens hotel offers a stunning panoramic look at the Manhattan skyline and Queensboro Bridge, and the retractable glass wall and awning won’t block the view in bad weather, making this a solid all-seasons option. Accommodates up to 225 for dinner and dancing, and 350 for cocktails. From $150 per person.tajhotels.com/pierre
This old-school hotel exudes more than cachet: Its comprehensive list of services includes an on-site planner, flowers, customized menus (including kosher), and photography. The ballrooms hold anywhere from 20 to 700 people. The hotel also offers discounted rates for overnight wedding guests. Prices upon request.?theplazany.com
A $400 million gut renovation completed in 2008 reinstated the Plaza Hotel’s five-star grandeur. Weddings are held in the opulent Grand Ballroom or the Terrace Room, which features original Charles Winston–designed crystal chandeliers from 1912. Receptions include a bridal suite for the night of the wedding, day-of prep rooms for the bridal party, and a cake from either Sylvia Weinstock or Ron Ben-Israel. CPS Events provides the catering. Prices upon request.
Refinery Hotel63 W. 38th St., nr. Sixth Ave. 646-664-0325; refineryhotelnewyork.com
First opened in 1912 as a millinery, this hotel charms couples with its roof deck, which fits up to 240 for cocktails. For sit-down affairs, the Parker & Quinn restaurant, located on the ground floor, holds 120. Prices start at $30,000 for a five-hour event; in-house catering is required.theroosevelthotel.com
This historic building in midtown evokes Jazz Age elegance with its gilded, chandeliered event spaces. The Grand Ballroom has iron-latticed balconies and accommodates up to 350 guests, while the Terrace Ballroom can hold 175 guests. Catering is in-house.
230 Fifth230 Fifth Ave., at 27th St.; 212-725-4300; 230-fifth.com
This 14,000-square-foot rooftop includes three enclosed spaces and a heated terrace. The balcony offers breathtaking views of the Empire State Building and midtown. The space can fit up to 1,200 guests, but smaller spaces are available. Prices upon request.waldorfweddings.com
Brides dreaming of a fairy-tale ball choose this legendary hotel, which features the only four-story, two-tiered ballroom in the city. It’s also home to the Starlight Roof, with 20-foot-high ceilings, as well as the Conrad and Louis XVI suites (up to 100 guests). The hotel’s Guerlain Spa and in-house Wedding Salon are particularly convenient for pre-event primping. Prices upon request.
William Vale Hotel111 N 12th St., nr. Wythe Ave., Williamsburg; 718-631-8400; thewilliamvale.com
Brooklyn’s newest luxury hotel offers multiple event spaces, including the 15,000-square-foot floating promenade Vale Park, a terrace with an arbored pergola, a rooftop cocktail bar with floor-to-ceiling windows, and a ballroom that seats 320. Grand art installations abound for more photo ops, and the food comes courtesy of the NoHo Hospitality Group (Locanda Verde, Bar Primi).
Wythe Hotel80 Wythe Ave., at N. 11th St., Williamsburg 718-460-8000; wythehotel.com
Couples looking to tie the knot at this bastion of cool can book the main event hall and adjacent outdoor garden to host a seated dinner of up to 140 guests. The in-house restaurant, Reynard, provides all catering. Prices start at $350 per person, including cake, food, a five-hour open bar, staff, basic rentals, and site fee.
- 3 West Club
3 West 51st Street New York, NY 10019; Tel: 212-582-5454 ext. 2184; www.3westclub.com
3 West Club provides the classic ambiance of a bygone era, complete with crystal chandeliers, high ceilings, and art deco touches. World-class cuisine and seamless service blend to create a unique and timeless setting in midtown.
- A Private Penthouse Affair
80 Fifth Ave New York, NY 10011 ; Tel: 212-627-8838 ; www.manhattanpenthouse.com
Located on the top floor of a historic building near Union Square, this bright, 8,000-square-foot space can hold up to 200 seated guests (with dancing). Twelve-foot-wide arched Palladian windows yield views that stretch from Wall Street to Times Square, and a stained-glass and oak-paneled bar completes the effect.
- Amali Restaurant
Tel: 212-339-8363 ; www.AmaliNYC.com
Praised by the New York Times for our wine list and sustainable business practices, Amali restaurant offers private rooms for parties from 20 to 150 guests. One of Eater's 38 Essential New York Restaurants, we have catered events at art galleries, the Freedom Tower and the Hearst Castle in California.
- Bedell Cellars
36225 Main Road Cutchogue, NY 11935; Tel: 631-734-7537; Bedellcellars.com
Bedell Cellars is a critically acclaimed winery on the picturesque North Fork of Long Island. Framed by a backdrop of rolling vineyards, our venue provides a welcoming canvas to create your unique event. It’s the perfect setting for a celebration that will leave the best impression for your special day.
- Brooklyn Historical Society
128 Pierrepont Street Brooklyn, NY 11201; Tel: 718-222-4111 ext. 202; www.brooklynhistory.org/visitor/building
Founded in 1863, Brooklyn Historical Society is housed in a historic landmark building in brownstone Brooklyn Heights. Featuring original stained glass windows and hand carved woodwork, the distinctive Queen Anne style building is a fully renovated venue where guests can experience the museum after hours in the Othmer Library and the Great Hall.
130 Bowery Street New York, NY 10013 ; Tel: 212-334-5500 ; www.capitaleny.com
Originally the Bowery Savings Bank, this iconic NYC landmark building features a lavish atmosphere, five-star menus, and unparalleled service. Its 65-foot ornate-coved ceiling and jewel-toned stained glass skylight create a one-of-a-kind backdrop for star-studded events, glamorous weddings, and the city's most elite fundraisers.
- Carnegie Hall
881 Seventh Avenue New York, NY 10019; Tel: 221-903-9647; carnegiehall.org/PrivateEvents
Matching the artistry and grandeur of the world’s most iconic music hall, the event spaces at Carnegie Hall lend elegance and style to your special events—from corporate dinners and conferences to non-profit galas, spectacular weddings, and intimate celebrations.
- Columbia University Faculty House
64 Morningside Drive New York, NY 10027; Tel: 212-854-1200; facultyhouse.columbia.edu
Dating from 1923, this building contains 38,000 square feet of event space and is popular with couples getting married at nearby St. Paul’s Chapel and St. John the Divine. Bookable areas include the Presidential Ballroom, which accommodates up to 250 guests for dinner and dancing, and the Skyline Level, which fits 100 and offers vaulted ceilings, arched windows, and an outdoor terrace. Wedding packages start at $175 per guest.
- Current at Chelsea Piers
Pier 59, Chelsea Piers - 23rd Street and West Side Highway New York, NY 10011 ; Tel: 212-336-6144 ; www.piersixty.com
One of New York City’s newest waterfront venues, Current offers an expansive open space filled with natural light overlooking the Hudson River and Chelsea Piers marina. Renowned caterer Abigail Kirsch provides unparalleled cuisine and service, while Current’s team of event professionals work to make your wedding nothing short of spectacular.
- Diamond Horseshoe
235 W 46th Street New York, NY 10036; Tel: 212-706-7448; www.diamondhorseshoe.com
The Diamond Horseshoe is reminiscent of its original status as one of the hottest spaces of the 1930s, filled with glamour and secrets. Layered with avant-garde accents and old world splendor, the space has endured on delivering a new guest experience year-round with LDV Hospitality overseeing all of the food and beverage operations.
- Dobbin St
64 Dobbin Street Brooklyn, NY; Tel: 718-302-0400; dobbinst.com
Dobbin St, a new luxury venue, was designed specifically to host a range of events from spectacular galas to beautiful weddings. The venue combines 8,500 square feet of indoor and outdoor space including a light filled main area with 22 foot vaulted ceilings, an entire client floor, and a Nordic-inspired rooftop boasting Manhattan skyline views.
- Elite Private Yachts
Pier 61, Chelsea Piers, Suite 200 New York, NY, 10011; Tel: 646-358-3141; EntertainmentCruises.com
Say “I Do” to a wedding with a view aboard Atlantica and Manhattan Elite Private Yachts. Cruise along the NYC Harbor in a unique floating space with stunning city skyline views. Our chartered yachts offer customizable menu and entertainment options, as well as flexible boarding and cruising times.
- Gary's Lofts
Tel: 212-244-0970; www.garysloft.com
Gary's Lofts, located in Midtown Manhattan's Garment District offers beautifully designed studios with a Roof Deck featuring a breathtaking view of the Empire State Building, a perfect location to host Corporate Events, Social Gatherings and Weddings.
- Harbor Club at Prime
95 New York Avenue Huntington, NY 11743; Tel: 631-271-5600; harborclubatprime.com
Situated on Huntington Harbor, Harbor Club at Prime presents the finest waterfront venue on Long Island. Floor-to-ceiling windows, open-air balconies, lushly landscaped grounds, stunning sunset views on the Gold Coast partnered with a modern urban design evokes a timeless elegance. An exceptional menu and attentive service deepen the exclusive experience.
- Harold Pratt House
58 East 68th Street New York, NY 10065; Tel: 212-434-9576; www.pratthouse.com
Harold Pratt House, constructed in 1919, features six rooms all with cathedral ceilings, fireplaces, and antique chandeliers connected by a grand marble staircase. Peterson Hall is an optional twist to add for dinner and dancing.
- House of the Redeemer
7 East 95th Street New York, NY 10128; Tel: 212-289-0399; www.houseoftheredeemer.org
An Italian Renaissance style palazzo featuring a 16th century wood-paneled library imported from Italy by a great-granddaughter of Cornelius Vanderbilt. The first floor of the Landmark building is available for a 100 person sit-down dinner; the second floor can accommodate up to 125 for cocktails. Rental fees from $3,000.
- Housing Works Bookstore Café and The Works Catering
126 Crosby Street New York, NY 10026; Tel: 646-786-1100; www.theworkscatering.com
With 100% of proceeds benefitting the homeless living with HIV/AIDS this Soho bookshop resembles an Ivy League library with its spiral staircases, mahogany balconies, and rows of books. The Works Catering, also operated by Housing Works, serves amazing seasonal fare.
- Lessing's Weddings
Tel: 631-581-0022 ; www.lessingsweddings.com
From one-of-a-kind mansions and a medieval-style chateau to intimate country clubs and a breathtaking castle, venue locations span from Montauk to Westchester. With 125 years of experience, Lessing's can make any dream wedding come true.
- Monteverde at Oldstone
28 Bear Mountain Bridge Road Cortlandt Manor, NY 10567 ; Tel: 914-207-6555 ; www.monteverdeatoldstone.com
Majestically situated on 27 acres overlooking the Hudson River, just 50 minutes north of Manhattan, Monteverde features a resplendent 18th century mansion or, a permanent tented pavilion. Accommodates up to 360 for dinner and dancing.
- New York Botanical Garden
2900 Southern Boulevard Bronx, NY 10458 ; Tel: 646-741-1400 ; www.nybgevents.com
No matter the season, let the stunning scene of world-class gardens and multiple event venues create the perfect backdrop for your wedding. With a New York renowned culinary team and expert planners, STARR Events creates memorable experiences with inventive cuisine and unparalleled service.
- One World Observatory at the top of One World Trade Center
285 Fulton Street (Entrance between West and Vesey Street) New York, NY 10007 ; Tel: 212-602-4090 ; oneworldobservatory.com/private-events
Forever Starts at One. Start Forever Where You Can See Forever™ One World Observatory offers world-class expertise with upscale service, exclusive amenities and unforgettable views. With over 9,000 square feet of flexible event space accommodating up to 300 Guests, we invite couples to say, I Do, to One World Observatory.
- Rainbow Room
30 Rockefeller Plaza, 65th Floor New York, NY 10112 ; Tel: 212-632-5000 ; www.rainbowroom.com
Romance and glamour envelop once-in-a-lifetime memories at the iconic Rainbow Room. Soaring 65 stories above Midtown Manhattan, magical moments are captured against a sparkling backdrop of city lights and expertly tailored event design. Rainbow Room chefs and hospitality professionals are among the most sought-after talent in their industries, promising to deliver on the venue’s immaculate reputation and guaranteeing unforgettable milestones.
- Sofitel New York
45 West 44th Street New York, NY 10036 ; Tel: 212-782-3022 ; www.sofitel-new-york.com
We invite you to create magnifque memories! A sophisticated blend of French style and American spirit, our hotel offers a 2,580 sq ft Le Grand Paris Ballroom and luxury service. Our Celebrity Chef customizes each event menu.
- Terrace On The Park
52-11 111th Street Flushing Meadows Park, NY 11368 ; Tel: 718-592-5000 ; www.Terraceonthepark.com
Terrace On The Park provides a breathtaking setting for unforgettable weddings. Perched high above Flushing Meadows Park in central Queens, boasting unparalleled vistas of the park and the glittering Manhattan skyline beyond. All of the event spaces feature floor to ceiling windows with unforgettable views, while the Rooftop and Penthouse offering sweeping 360-degree panoramas year round.
- The Edison Ballroom
240 West 47th Street New York, NY 10036 ; Tel: 212-201-7650 ; www.edisonballroom.com
The Edison Ballroom is an elegant event space located in the heart of Times Square. This historical venue re-opened in 2008 after a multi-million dollar renovation. With its plush leather walls, illuminated glass tiles and grand crystal chandeliers, the venue is best described as art deco flair with a modern twist.
- The Glasshouses
545 West 25th Street, 21st Floor New York, NY 10001 ; Tel: 212-634-8797 ; www.theglasshouses.com
The Glasshouses is a premier event space in NYC. With high ceiling heights and floor to ceiling windows, the Glasshouses will have you and your guests be surrounded by spectacular views of the Hudson River, Downtown and Midtown Manhattan. We provide a beautiful blank canvas for you to create the space to fit your style and taste. Contact us today to schedule a visit.
- The Grandview | Elegant Events
Tel: 845-486-4700 ; www.grandviewevents.com
Luxurious event venue in the historic Hudson Valley, offering panoramic views of the majestic river and Mid-Hudson Bridge. Featuring both an indoor and outdoor tented ballroom, surrounded by natural scenery just above our marina.
- The Green Building
452 Union Street Brooklyn, NY 11231 ; Tel: 718-522-3363 ; www.thegreenbuildingnyc.com
Built in 1889, the building was originally constructed as a brass foundry. Renovations highlight the building's industrial past; original exposed brick walls, natural light and an open-beamed ceiling make a unique backdrop for your Brooklyn wedding.
- The Picnic House in Prospect Park
40 West Drive, nr. Fifth Street, Park Slope Brooklyn, NY 11215 ; Tel: 646-393-9031 x2 ; www.prospectpark.org/weddings
A 4,000-square-foot, glass-and-brick enclosed pavilion with a wood-burning fireplace and French doors leading out to a balcony overlooking Long Meadow. Hosts up to 175 for dinner and dancing; rental fee includes chairs, tables, and upright piano.
- The Prince George Ballroom
Tel: 212-471-0882 ; www.princegeorgeballroom.org
History meets luxury at Flatiron’s premier wedding destination. Conveniently located between Fifth and Madison Avenues and meticulously restored to its original Neo-Renaissance splendor, this truly unique space boasts great acoustics and décor.
175 Broadway Brooklyn NY 11211 ; Tel: 718-963-3639 ; www.weylin.com
This masterfully restored landmark venue features soaring domed ceilings, mosaic marble floors and pristine Victorian design. Built in 1875, this former bank offers an uncommon and meaningful backdrop for ceremonies and receptions. Capacity: 350 Guests.