September 4, 2019

HOST WITH THE MOST

Birthdays, showers, office parties…

Heck, it’s not too soon to start thinking about the holidays, too! Whatever the occasion, we’ve rounded up the city’s best venues for hosting an event. With custom menus, private dining spaces, and exceptional service, these places make parties what they should be: fun.AMERCIANO 
Dine privately on the patio, share passed apps and cocktails at the bar, or host a family-style dinner—the Italian way.
The Details: 1530 Main Street at The Joule. Book here

CBD PROVISIONS
This modern Texas brasserie boasts a large, semi-private dining area, ideal for a seated steak dinner or cocktail hour for a crowd.
The Details: 1530 Main Street at The Joule. Book here

MIDNIGHT RAMBLER
Go late into the night at this subterranean cocktail lounge offering innovative cocktails in a sexy setting. Full buyouts or large reservations available.
The Details: 1530 Main Street at The Joule. Book here.

 

MIRADOR
Head to the penthouse level of Forty Five Ten and discover this gem. Floor-to-ceiling windows and an outdoor terrace make it a perfect space for seated luncheons and showers or passed cocktails and bites.
The Details: 1608 Elm Street. Book here

 

WHEELHOUSE
A football watching party, a birthday brunch, an office happy hour… this modern gastropub is the casual hub for it all. Book for a crowd or opt for a full buyout. Its covered patio—featuring Daniel Arsham’s large-scale work, Moving Figure—is the Design District’s best space for a large crowd.
The Details: 1617 Hi Line Drive. Book here.

 

SASSETTA
From the mirrored bar to the marble tables, the design details of this modern Italian space complement any intimate dinner, luncheon, or cocktail hour.
The Details: 1617 Hi Line Drive. Book here.