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New venues for Meetings and Events in New York

 

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In addition to transportation, there are lots of important things on the list to consider when selecting an event location in New York, including what part of the city you should choose; what time the event should be; and what services does the location offer.

Here's a great tip: Booking space at restaurants and shops that already have food and beverage as well as adequate furniture on site can be a great way to save money on the overall event budget.

But you also don't have to stick with the same old places that you've always hosted events at either. Here are some ideas for new venues for meetings and events in New York.

Hudson's

Pier 81 (41 Street and 12 Avenue), 212-630-8840

Opened for just about a month, Hudson's at Pier 81 is a lounge housed on a three story, 160-foot yacht. The space can host groups or charters for guests ranging from 15 to 500. If you're looking for breathtaking views, this is your winner. Your guests will feel like they're at the best rooftop bar in New York with the 360-degree views.

Clover Grocery

259 Sixth Avenue

This West Village location isn't your mother's grocery store. It's just a few doors down from the popular Cafe Clover and run by the same team. It's a curated grocery experience that can also be a private event space. It's also super hip. So hip that Vogue covered the opening. If you're looking to generate some buzz with your location, this is your locale.

Union Square Cafe

101 East 19th St., 212-243-4020

Not exactly brand new in business, this classic is in a brand new location just a few blocks from where it started in 1985. They have a few options for event space ranging from as few as eight guests to an entire restaurant buyout of 90 (more if not a sit-down event). This is a hospitality included (read: no tips!) establishment and has a wide range of food with good value.

The Atlantic Social

673 Atlantic Ave., 718-623-2852

This Prospect Heights location in Brooklyn opened in February with lots of space and serving new American classics like General Tso's wings, thick pan pizza, and awesome platters of nachos. If your event needs some room to move or if you'll have a lot of attendees from Brooklyn, this could be a perfect choice.

Fishbowl

210 West 55th St., 646-756-2077

This midtown locale, open since February, touts its unique event venue perks including two mini bowling lanes, a photo booth, skee ball machines, a built-in stage with DJ, vintage arcade games, multiple flat screen TVs, and karaoke capabilities. In over 2500 square feet, Fishbowl can accommodate up to 200 guests. This locale is below the Dream Hotel, and guests are welcomed by a 5000-gallon fish tank full of exotic fish. If you're looking for something fun, yet unique, this spot fits the bill.

Posted on Jun 06 2017

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