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Skylight One Hanson  

Future Bloombergs

Skylight One Hanson
Hosting your wedding in the lobby of this former bank—and wintertime home to the Brooklyn Flea—is the perfect way to impress the Wall Street crowd. For one, it’s an Art Deco masterpiece that rivals landmark venues like the New York Public Library in both opulence and scale. The space can be configured to accommodate 100 to 500 people for dinner and dancing. It rents for $15,000, but Brooklyn residents pay $12,500. 1 Hanson Pl., at Ashland Pl., Ft. Greene; 718-230-0400;


It doesn’t get more blue-blood than Delmonico’s, the country’s first fine-dining establishment and the purported birthplace of oysters Rockefeller and eggs Benedict. Swill old-timey cocktails at the restaurant’s Mad Men–ish lounge, then host dinner and dancing in the fancy, mahogany-hued main dining room (which seats up to 140 guests). Prices start at $99 a person for Saturday afternoons and Sundays—a relative bargain, not that you have to tell your guests that. 56 Beaver St., at William St.; 212-696-4184;

Trump Soho
The Donald’s latest local “condotel” has an uptown-does-downtown vibe, with its slick glass façade and gilded modern décor. The elegant ballroom is ideal for bigger nuptials, but if you can keep the guest list under 90, the SoHi—a stunning space enclosed by 12-foot windows and perched on the hotel’s 46th floor—is the way to go. Catering is handled in-house. Prices start at $195 per person, depending on the month and day. 246 Spring St., at Varick St.; 212-842-4509;


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