Best ny wedding venues

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Loft & Gardenlearn more

Ever dreamed of getting married above one of the world’s most famous landmarks? Loft & Garden can turn that daydream into a reality. Located directly above St. Patrick’s Cathedral on New York’s famous Fifth Avenue (calling all Breakfast at Tiffany’s fans!), this unique outdoor space boasts manicured gardens, a sparkling reflective pool, and even a whimsical fountain. Inside, lofted ceilings and wall-to-wall windows pay homage to the incredible city views below. The best part? The space can be completely customized to your wedding day vision. 

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The Foundrylearn more

A romantic, ivy-covered courtyard in the middle of Long Island City? It does exist! Once a 19th century steel factory this historical building has transformed into a raw space with 40 feet vaulted ceilings able to accommodate up to people. Meanwhile, on The Foundry’s exterior you’ll find a courtyard which from April through October is overrun with lush green ivy, as well as a greenhouse that can be rented out for the flora-inspired bride. 

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Brooklyn Winerylearn more

This 8, square foot winery sits on a quiet residential block in the heart of buzzing Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Treat your wedding guests to one of Brooklyn Winery’s house-made wines, including their North Fork red blend or Napa Cabernet Sauvignon, as well as locally-sourced dishes including mouthwatering charcuterie plates and market-fresh brussel sprouts (did we mention they are garnished with candied oranges and maple butter?). Throw in the interiors, which are replete with reclaimed wood and peppered with vintage adornments, and you’ve got a rustic chic vibe in one of New York’s most happening neighborhoods.

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Brooklyn Grangelearn more

A wedding at the world’s largest rooftop soil farm means the chance to dance beside eight feet tall sunflowers and enjoy a dinner prepared with produce plucked straight from the surrounding gardens. Located over acres in the heart of Brooklyn Navy Yard means you’ll not only have a bounty of vegetables, you'll have some of the most epic views out to the East River on offer.

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Gramercy Park Hotel

New York, New York

To get married at the Gramercy Park Hotel is to get married inside a New York City treasure trove. Known for its regal and bold interiors, A-list guests which have included everyone from rockers and fashion icons, as well as its rotating gallery of iconic artwork (think pieces by Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst), an event on the 18th floor Gramercy Terrace promises to be nothing short of a storybook wedding.

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Tribeca Rooftoplearn more

This 15, square foot industrial penthouse overlooks TriBeCa, one of New York’s poshest and most prestigious neighborhoods. Throw in the Hudson River views, foot long skylight, and dramatic staircase that descends into the large open loft-style space and you’ll have no shortage of extravagance if you choose to say ‘I do’ inside this Manhattan architectural marvel.

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Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn Botanic Garden has it all: Brooklyn charm, magnificent blossoms and an elegant atrium worthy of the most sophisticated ceremony. Whether you choose to get married beneath the sky or beneath the lovely living roof of native grasses and wildflowers inside the Lillian and Amy Goldman Atrium, nuptials here are infused with an elegant dose of nature’s most beautiful bells and whistles.

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Rainbow Roomlearn more

The Rainbow Room’s legacy dates back to , making it the OG of New York chic. With a premiere location in the time-honored landmark Rockefeller Center, a kitchen continuously helmed by the world’s most sought-after chefs (wedding hors d’oeurves include salmon tartare cones with caviar and petite Maryland crab cakes) and hospitality standards as high as the 65th floor this venue sits on, to get married inside this New York City staple promises to be equal parts sophisticated and legendary. 

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World Yachtlearn more

Need to get out of the city without getting out of the city? World Yacht, off of Pier 81, is your answer. The expansive, stylish yacht overlooking Midtown and Lower Manhattan welcomes large weddings – invite for a seated dinner or for a buffet style dinner. The team here has over 35 years of event experience meaning your wedding will go off without a hitch. Inside tip: plan cocktail hour to coincide with the sunset to truly experience "golden hour."

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Metropolitan Building

Long Island City, New York

There’s a chicness to the Metropolitan Building that feels both effortless and organic. Dating back to , the space, which was once an electrical parts factory, found new life when Eleanor Ambos (the owner of a successful antique furniture rental business) bought the building and started renting it out to her artisan friends. If you’re a lover of antiques, distressed wooden floors and ornate crystal chandeliers that come together to feel straight out of a fashion editorial, this is the wedding venue for you.

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26 Bridgelearn more

Once serving as a former metal factory, this refurbished warehouse in DUMBO boasts a magnificent skylight as well as the structure’s original brick walls. With space to accommodate seated guests and standing guests, it’s also one of the roomiest wedding venues in New York, making it a perfect spot for you and your significant other to host your big fat Brooklyn wedding. 

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New York Library

New York, New York

No special effects were used when filming Carrie Bradshaw and Mr. Big’s wedding in Sex & The City. In other words, the New York Public Library really is that beautiful. Inside, the Beaux-Arts building's six event spaces cater to both intimate and lavish gatherings, from Astor Hall, capable of hosting guests, to the no less luxe but slightly more intimate Trustees Room, which is suitable for a guest count of  

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge

Brooklyn, New York

You can choose from one of two spaces at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge. At Meadow Rue, the space opens up to a private patio, allowing you to bring up to guests from inside to outside within minutes. Meanwhile in Blue Wood Astor, floor-to-ceiling windows open up to the East River waterfront, also offering extraordinary Manhattan views. No matter which space you go with, 1 Hotel promises to fill your guests bellys with a seasonally-crafted catering menu sourced of only the freshest local ingredients.

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Unionlearn more

Everything about Union is handsome, from the foot Carrara marble top bars to the vintage cars that can be parked in and around the venue for you (inside tip: request the s beauty that looks like it was driven straight out of the set of The Great Gatsby). Throw in a killer location, Union is in the heart of Brooklyn’s most charming neighborhoods, including Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill, Gowanus and Park Slope, and you’ll truly feel as if your wedding day is taking place in another era.

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The Green Buildinglearn more

With 6, square feet of indoor-outdoor space, including interiors featuring elegant exposed brick walls and an open-beamed ceilings, The Green Building is perfect for those couples who have dreamed of getting married inside a venue that feels akin to an artist’s loft. For a particularly sentimental touch, opt to project engagement photos or a short film directly onto the exposed brick wall above The Green Building’s dance floor.

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Frankies Spuntinolearn more

Located in charming Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, Frankies Spuntino, offers the best of Italian-American cuisine in a rustic-chic ambiance. Especially charming during the summer months, Frankie’s courtyard opens up to allow a reception of up to 80 guest inside its beautiful landscaped grounds. Thinking of a winter soiree? Don’t fret, Frankie’s can also accommodate a cozy ceremony for 40 during New York’s more frigid months. 

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Norwood Clublearn more

Tucked inside a discreet brownstone in Chelsea is one of New York’s most fascinating social clubs, the Norwood Club. This unique creative haven, which is is sprawled out over five floors, includes a private dining room, a backyard with a lush garden perfect for al fresco ceremonies, as well as a collection of museum-worthy artwork guaranteed to impress even your most high-brow wedding guests. 

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The High Line Hotellearn more

Inside a landmark red-bricked building that dates back to the s is arguably one of New York’s most beautiful sanctuaries, The High Line Hotel. Replete with over 8, square feet of turn-of-the-century gothic architecture, a garden fit to rival even the most romantic Parisian courtyard and elegant muted interiors, there’s no shortage of magic to be uncovered during a ceremony at this stately hotel.

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Brooklyn Historical Societylearn more

From its year-old history to its spectacular wood-carved interiors and stained glass lunette windows, the Brooklyn Historical Society is the perfect venue for those looking to add a dose of literature and history (Brooklyn Historical Society was built back in ) to their wedding day. This unique venue features two main event spaces, including the recently renovated Great Hall auditorium, as well as the strikingly regal Othmer Library guaranteed to evoke epic Beauty and the Beast library flashbacks. 

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Wythe Hotellearn more

Since its re-opening as a luxury hotel in (it used to be a textile factory in the s), the Wythe Hotel has been a premiere haven for helping hipster wedding dreams come true. Blame it on the exposed brick walls, steel columns, and impressive arches, or perhaps the Wythe’s location inside one of Brooklyn’s trendiest boroughs, but whatever it is, the bottom line is it embodies all the nonchalant laid-back cool a modern couple could dream of. 

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Brooklyn Art Librarylearn more

Get married in a sea of sketchbooks inside Williamsburg’s intimate Brooklyn Art Library. With over 35, colorful handmade sketchbooks filling the library’s white shelves, including works by artists from over countries around the world to Brooklyn Art’s mission to bring a diverse network of creatives together, there truly isn’t a more imaginative space in New York to celebrate your next chapter (see what we did there?). 

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The Beekman, a Thompson Hotellearn more

As one of the coolest new hotels on the New York block, The Beekman offers modern appeal and timeless elegance. Inside the nine-story atrium, designer Martin Brudnizki has created a space that gives off dramatic Victorian vibes (we can literally picture Sherlock Holmes sitting at the bar enjoying one of The Beekman’s sumptuous cocktails). Choose from any of The Beekman’s event spaces, all of which come with the opportunity to have acclaimed chef and restaurateur Tom Colicchio conceptualize your wedding menu.

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Studio

New York, New York

Located in the heart of Manhattan is Studio , a unique loft space featuring a rooftop terrace boasting dramatic degree views of New York City. What makes this venue so unique is that it’s a blank canvas, fully customizable based on your wedding vision and guest count (the space can hold anywhere from 40 to people).

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50 Bowerylearn more

This sleek downtown stay, which is at the crossroads of some of New York’s most interesting neighborhoods (including Chinatown, Little Italy, and the Lower East Side), is an ideal spot for the kind of bride or groom who wants their big day to be glam, with a little bit of downtown grit. For something truly unique, opt to exchange your vows in 50 Bowery’s 5, square foot outdoor garden, which overlooks the iconic Manhattan bridge.

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The Skylarklearn more

For an intimate and stylish wedding venue, The Skylark is your spot. Set thirty stories above New York City's Garment District, this cocktail lounge delivers panoramic views of the Hudson River, The Empire State Building and Midtown Manhattan, as well as swanky, Don Draper-approved furnishings that will make you and your groom feel like you said ‘I do’ inside an episode of Mad Men.

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Bat Hauslearn more

If you’re hoping to skip the pomp and circumstance in favor of a casual backyard bbq reception instead, Brooklyn’s Bat Haus is a stellar choice. Suitable for any party under 80 guests, the rental comes with wooden tables and folding chairs, as well as an amplifier speaker to make sure there’s no shortage of al fresco dancing happening inside Bat Haus’ charming backyard.

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Historic Barns of Nipmooselearn more

Having evolved with the country since the 18th Century, this historic venue of multiple fully restored barns gives you gorgeous run of its rich wide-open surroundings. Perched on a knoll overlooking farm fields, the dazzling beaut also offers a courtyard, pond and aspen grove. 

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Gather Greenelearn more

Sprawled across a hundred acres of rolling hills that sit between the Berkshires and the Catskills, this Scandinavian-Inspired Hudson Valley retreat was built to encourage guests to enjoy nature and reconnect with friends and family in a cozy environment. There’s a towering open-air pavilion with foot-tall ceilings and shale quarry pond on the property that doubles as both ceremony grounds for weddings and a haven for quartz crystal collectors.

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The Highlands Country Clublearn more

Beaming with old world elegance, this country setting has just the right touches. With four distinct spaces to satisfy any type of couple, this country club boasts a stately manor, complete with manicured gardens and an expansive lawn. Plus, there's the chance to drinking champagne and fine wine beneath the crystal chandelier in the massive ballroom.

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The Roxbury Barnlearn more

Built by a riverboat captain, this acre property includes a three-story carriage barn and a large-roofed pavilion with mountain vistas. There's also a surrounding forest with open fields, not to mention a tree-lined lawn and lily pond. The place is downright magical and sunsets have a tendency to stay here like a formally invited guest.

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Nostrano Vineyardslearn more

Out in Hudson Valley's wine country, there are rolling hills, apple orchards and grapevines — and a acre farm and its spectacularly restored barn. It’s true, in the wild beating heart of upstate wine country, the gorgeous grounds of a fruit farm and vineyard make for a perfect nuptial landscape, complete with a willow tree above the outdoor altar.

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The Sablewoodlearn more

Set in the heart of Schoharie Valley, this venue in the northern Catskills is home to a gorgeous black barn that dates back to the s. A venue rental of The Sablewood comes with farm tables and classic French country chairs for up to guests. Pale wood wraps the space while tall ceilings and ample windows keep the space feeling light. 

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Gilbertsville Farmhouselearn more

Welcome your wedding guests to a quaint Americana scene of picturesque hills, farms and silos. Nestled in the Butternut Valley at the foothills of the Catskill Mountains, this farmhouse venue offers photo-ops galore and then some. Truly, with a stunning barn and chandeliers, this makes for the perfect blend of country charm and city glamor.

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Full Moon Resortlearn more

As rustic as it is sophisticated, this pastoral idyll has a welcomed touch of Woodstock-inspired craftiness — not to mention more than acres of forests, meadows and streams. Wildlife roams about Esopus Creek's crystal waters with endless wilderness beyond. Explore the wooded world with country inn-style accommodations as your headquarters.

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Good Lucklearn more

With a fascinating and ever-changing menu of local New American cuisine, this restaurant celebrates the eating and drinking parts of festive events. A variety of culinary styles are found here matched with a beverage program that stirs up killer craft cocktails. This happening spot, housed in what used to be a shoe factory, has all the makings of your new favorite eatery.

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Takk Houselearn more

With wrapping staircases, two ballrooms and downright stunning original architecture, it may not surprise you to learn this venue's run by a seasoned wedding photographer (and her partner). Formerly a Knights of Columbus building, this flexible space is more than ready for creative couples to take advantage of its minimalist beauty.

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Maple Shade Farmlearn more

Boasting river and mountain views, this majestic valley's farm is surrounded by stone walls and the astounding power of Mother Nature. Though the property first came to life in the late s, its three-story barn is a one-of-a-kind space that fits any sort of wedding taste — modern, rustic or otherwise.

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Eastwind Hotel & Barlearn more

This former bunkhouse in the Catskills has been renovated to combine its history with Scandinavian inspiration for a unique wedding and getaway experience. Eastwind provides several options for weddings to accommodate anywhere from 60 to guests, all featuring a stunning natural backdrop and views of Windham Mountain.

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The Kaaterskill Innlearn more

If you wanted your wedding to be the most fun thing ever in the summertime, this is the right call for sure. There's a garden with a waterfall as well as a beautifully restored inn that serves endless mimosas at brunch. Better yet, you and yours can watch outdoor movies, go on nature walks, play lawn games and sit around bonfires into the woodland evening. Is there a better way to spend summer?

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When it comes to choosing your wedding venue in one of the greatest cities in the world, quite a few factors can dictate where and when you wed. Location, style, and capacity are going to be your biggest deciding factors (aside from budget, of course). Consider the locations you want to to incorporate into your wedding photography and parts of the city that mean something to you as a couple. Central Park, Grand Central Station, the Brooklyn Bridge, or a great NYC skyline aren't always easily accessible for photo-ops—unless you plan accordingly.

Keep in mind that many of New York's best venues are open to the public by day and landmarked, so you'll need to plan ahead for a complex schedule of loading in and out, which is where tapping an expert wedding planner proves invaluable.

Much of the city is also home to sparse, industrial spaces where you'll need to design and craft your event decor from the ground up. But if you're looking for a hidden gem, a rustic or romantic setting, or something outside-the-box, this city doesn't disappoint. From locations fit for an uptown girl, an It-girl, a Brooklyn bash, an industrial vibe, and even a lush, outdoor affair, NYC (naturally) has it all. Expert tip: where you wed dictates much of your timeline, decor, event flow, and more—consult your planner before booking and signing contracts.

New York Public Library

Location: Midtown

Capacity: seated, standing (Astor Hall)

The New York Public Library is as classic as you can get. With sky high ceilings, marble columns, and a pair of welcoming staircases (both inside and out), this iconic spot is truly one-of-a-kind and a transformable space for your dream wedding. The best part? The iconic NYC landmark has multiple event spaces within the building, making it easy for guests to migrate from one space to the other. While each room can play host to a different vibe, from your romantic ceremony to an all-out dance party.

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American Museum of Natural History

Location: Central Park West

Capacity: 3,+ for reception

A classic venue choice for any New York City wedding, the Natural History Museum is an elegant (and unique) option for a beautiful wedding and/or reception—especially one needing to accommodate a large guest list. Here, your guests can enjoy cocktails in the grand lobby—with a dinosaur as the room's centerpiece—and you'll likely dine and dance under the stars, and the squid and the whale.

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Weylin

Location: Brooklyn

Capacity: ; average wedding size is

The Weylin is the site of the iconic Williamsburg Savings Bank, built by renowned architect George B. Post and interiors designed by Peter B. Wright in Following an award-winning restoration, the Weylin was born. Now operating as one of the city’s premier venues, with its spectacular frescoed dome, intricate mosaics, wooden carvings, and period decor as its centerpiece, this venue is ideal for a myriad of decor concepts, guest counts, and unique experiences—like an after party in their Bar, a prohibition-era speakeasy.

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The Carlyle Hotel

Location: Upper East Side

Capacity: max

Built in , The Carlyle is one of (if not the) most iconic hotels in New York City. A Rosewood Hotel, this property exudes elegance and that "old New York" charm—with an undeniable sense of modernity to boot. For generations, it has been the “home away from home” for world leaders, celebrities, royals, and sophisticated travelers alike. From the Foyer to the Versailles suite, you'll find the the ultimate blend of modern elegance and Art Deco styling—head here for weddings inspired by the old glamour of the city, and an intimate dinner reception.

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The Frick Collection

Location: Midtown East

Capacity: seated, standing

Evoking the glamour of a Gilded Age New York, The Frick Collection is an internationally recognized museum and research center known for its distinguished Old Master paintings and outstanding examples of European sculpture and decorative arts. While many New York City venues of this caliber feel grand, expansive, and more fitting for a large guest list, this unique space provides an elegant yet intimate setting for any ceremony, reception, cocktail party, or welcome dinner.

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The Foundry

Location: Long Island City

Capacity: seated, standing

The Foundry is a 19th Century historical building located steps from the East River in Long Island City. Fine varnishes were originally manufactured here before it was became a premier event space hosting social events, weddings and serving as a film location for New York's film and television industry—playing host to the "Kiss on the Lips" party in Gossip Girl's first season. This is the only foundry in the area still standing today and is beloved for its rawness and multiple green, ivy-covered terraces. If you're looking for a more European vibe—with a skyline view and the industrial influence of New York City, head here.

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Blue Hill at Stone Barns

Location: Westchester County, NY

Capacity: 14 to guests

Chef Dan Barber's notable New York City restaurant comes to life on his Tarrytown farm right outside the city. Wed overlooking lush acres of farmland and stroll the grounds for your portrait session while your guests enjoy cocktails and passed bites in the vegetable gardens or the courtyard. This location, while pastoral and stunning, is truly all about the food. Couples looking to wine and dine their guests will likely not find a wedding meal comparable to the farm-to-table offerings at Blue Hill, where your wedding meal comes close to the innovative, seasonal tasting menu the restaurant offers year-round.

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The Rainbow Room

Location: Midtown

Capacity: seated, standing

This beacon of style and sophistication opened its doors in and has been noted as a dazzling Manhattan hotspot ever since. The transformed 65th floor of 30 Rockefeller Plaza re-opened after renovations in , and signature design elements have been preserved, with every detail informed and inspired by New York's timelessness and its architecture. The landmark domed ceiling and revolving dance floor serve as the centerpiece of this venue, while magnificent crystal wall sconces and handsome brass railings enhance the grandeur of the room with the help of a famous crystal chandelier—suggestive of the night sky. In this venue, it's not only what's inside that counts, given that it boasts one of the city's best views.

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Union

Location: Brooklyn

Capacity: seated, standing

Tucked among five distinct Brooklyn neighborhoods – Gowanus, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Boreum Hill, and Park Slope, Union features three distinct spaces within the venue: a covered atrium, an elegant cocktail lounge, and a light-filled reception hall. Locally-sourced design elements include Modo chandeliers by Jason Miller, customized Flavor Paper wallpaper, and a vaulted skylight that runs the length of the main gathering space reflect the best of old and new Brooklyn. This space is industrial chic—with a large dose of modern glamour.

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Glenmere Mansion

Location: Chester, NY

Capacity: guests maximum

Set on acres of lush landscape, Glenmere Mansion transports you to Europe, only 50 miles away from New York City. The 5-star hotel allows for buy-outs, and so the property could become yours for the weekend, hosting your rehearsal dinner in one of the hotel's colorful event spaces or suites, and then tenting the meadow for an outdoor ceremony and reception under the stars. Driving up the grand drive to the property gives you some insight to what's to come—an ultra-luxe experience, complete with well-appointed, chic spaces and manicured gardens, which open up to the mansion's expansive acreage. Unique spaces like newly opened Barn make this property ideal for multi-faceted events, where guests are ushered through the property as they would be in an Italian villa or French chateau.

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The Beekman, a Thompson Hotel

Location: Financial District

Capacity: 90 seated, standing

An architectural gem, hailed for its iconic nine-story atrium and pyramidal skylight, The Beekman unites some of the world’s greatest talents, including the sophisticated design of Martin Brudnizki and the culinary cachet of restaurateur and chef Tom Colicchio. Offering a blend of classic glamour and contemporary charm that makes it an incomparable venue in lower Manhattan, The Beekman is surrounded by some of Manhattan’s most cherished attractions, including the Brooklyn Bridge and The Freedom Tower.

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The Plaza Hotel

Location: Central Park South

Capacity: seated, standing

Home to BAZAAR's annual fashion week party, ICONS, and a slew of the city's chicest weddings, this landmark hotel needs no introduction. With countless spaces to choose from—from the Grand Ballroom to The Terrace Room, The Edwardian Room, The Oak Room & Bar, to the Palm Court and Rose Club—this NYC staple is suited for both over-the-top and intimate affairs.

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Gramercy Park Terrace

Location: Gramercy

Capacity: seated, standing

Situated on the Gramercy Park Hotel's 18th floor, the Gramercy Terrace offers views of the Manhattan skyline and serves as a garden oasis from the busy streets of New York City. This premier event space is open and airy, and with a fully weatherized retractable roof, it's ideal all year long. The Terrace is composed of interior salons, filled with 20th century masterpieces from Damien Hirst and Andy Warhol, and lush exterior gardens that wrap around the rooftop. The multiple areas for entertaining allow for a variety of event set-ups for both large parties and intimate events. The Terrace Kitchen, led by Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group, has an extensive selection of magnificent menu options to choose from for catering as well.

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City Hall

Location: Downtown

Have your Carrie Bradshaw moment at one of NYC's most iconic wedding venues: City Hall. Located in the heart of the Financial District where couples have been saying "I do" for decades among the city's hustle and bustle, keep the focus on your vows and don't be afraid to bring a photographer with you. Embracing the full essence of the experience is part of the appeal here. Not-to-mention, this is the ideal venue for a chic short dress or jumpsuit.

Marriage ceremony, $25

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The Wythe Hotel

Location: Williamsburg

Capacity: seated, standing

At this hip and chic hotel located on a vibrant corner in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, expect to find beautiful brick, original masonry, handmade tile floors, a European-inspired courtyard, and incredible views of NYC's skyline directly across the river. The hotel's event spaces range from rustic, intimate, wooden rooms to more industrial, yet well-appointed, spaces. Catering for any event goes through the in-house restaurant, Reynard, which features a seasonal menu.

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The Bay Room

Location: Financial District

Capacity: seated, standing

Brought to you by Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group, this panoramic new venue opened its doors in July , sharing the 60th floor with its sister restaurant, Manhatta. Expansive (and spectacular) views of midtown, the Statue of Liberty, and the Brooklyn Bridge are highlights here, while + pieces of curated art provide an impressive decorative focal point inside. Prepare to bring in much of the decor should you be looking for a conceptual design; The Bay Room’s neutral, almost-industrial backdrop is filled with natural light by day—and miles of twinkling lights by night. The menu features hearty options on seasonal rotation by chef David Brinkman of Union Square Events.

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Tribeca Rooftop

Location: Tribeca

Capacity: seated, standing

Located on a cobblestone street in a former 's printing press building, the Tribeca Rooftop is a 15, square foot private NYC event venue located in the heart of one of Manhattan's chicest districts. Guests will be captivated by panoramic views of the Hudson River, Empire State Building, Soho and downtown Manhattan.

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Glasshouses

Location: Chelsea

Capacity: seated, standing

Bright, airy, and beautiful, the Glasshouses (location #2 set to open Fall ) are a collection of modern event spaces designed to amplify the guest experience with epic views of the city. With indoor and outdoor options, cutting-edge production technology, and breathtaking Manhattan skyline views, this NYC-central spot is ideal for modern minimalists who are all about the twinkling lights of the skyline.

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Heather HallContributing Weddings WriterHeather Hall is a weddings, fashion, and lifestyle writer and editor.

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18 Distinctly New York Wedding Venues

With the spacious lofts, hidden rooftop gardens, award-winning restaurants, and many posh hotels located throughout New York City's five boroughs, how's a couple to choose the wedding venue that suits them best? That's where we come in.

Always dreamed of an outdoor wedding but still want to stay within Manhattan proper? There's a garden that overlooks St. Patrick's Cathedral that's just begging to play host to your celebration. Another unique option? A private yacht that circles Lady Liberty as you swap vows and "I dos" then clink glass of celebratory Champagne with family members and friends. Prefer an indoor space with lots of charm? The pros picked out a cozy winery in Williamsburg that's the perfect backdrop for a wedding that'll make your guests—even the out-of-towners—feel like locals. And if you're after the glitz and glamour of a traditional New York City wedding, there are a number of incredible spots that you should consider. From the Rainbow Room, a spacious venue located on the 65th floor of Rockefeller Center's 30 Rock building, to the Ace Hotel, a boutique stay in midtown with a Michelin-starred restaurant, there's no shortage of classic hotel venues for your celebration.

Whatever your wedding style, there's a venue somewhere in New York City that's bound to tick all the boxes on your big-day wishlist. Just be forewarned: It's going to be hard for you to select just one favorite once you see all the unique options on the list ahead.

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Midtown Loft and Terrace
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Small Wedding •  Banquet Hall / Events Facility, Loft / Warehouse / Industrial, Patio / Deck / Terrace, Penthouse / Rooftop
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City Vineyard
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$$ • $$$
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In-house
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All-Inclusive, Small Wedding •  Patio / Deck / Terrace, Penthouse / Rooftop, Restaurant, Winery / Vineyard
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The Admiral Room at the Marin
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Ballroom, Banquet Hall / Events Facility
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Terrace On The Park
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All-Inclusive, Late Night •  Ballroom, Banquet Hall / Events Facility, Garden, Park, Penthouse / Rooftop, Patio / Deck / Terrace
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Sunset Terrace at Chelsea Piers
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Audrey&#;s Farmhouse
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All-Inclusive, Late Night •  Barn, Patio / Deck / Terrace, Unique
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Crest Hollow Country Club
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Late Night •  Ballroom, Private Club, Patio / Deck / Terrace, Garden
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VIVO! Mediterranean Grill & Catering
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All-Inclusive, Late Night •  Ballroom, Banquet Hall / Events Facility, Historic / Landmark Building, Mansion, Patio / Deck / Terrace, Restaurant
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Lundy Farm
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In-house, Preferred list, BYO
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All-Inclusive, Small Wedding, Elopement, Late Night •  Ranch / Farm, Inn / Lodge, Unique, Private Estate
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The DeBruce
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All-Inclusive, Small Wedding •  Inn / Lodge, Bed and Breakfast, Historic / Landmark Building, Private Estate, Restaurant, Retreat, River, Resort / Spa
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Pelham Bay and Split Rock Golf Courses
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Golf / Country Club, Garden, Historic / Landmark Building, Patio / Deck / Terrace, Restaurant
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The Cracker Factory
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BYO
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Art Gallery, Banquet Hall / Events Facility, Historic / Landmark Building, Loft / Warehouse / Industrial
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All-Inclusive •  Ballroom, Banquet Hall / Events Facility, Beach Wedding Ceremony, Hotel, Resort / Spa, Beach / Ocean
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Cipriani 42nd Street
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In-house
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All-Inclusive •  Ballroom, Banquet Hall / Events Facility, Historic / Landmark Building
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Tribeca Rooftop
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Ballroom, Banquet Hall / Events Facility, Loft / Warehouse / Industrial, Penthouse / Rooftop, River
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Strickland Hollow Farm & Distillery
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BYO
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All-Inclusive, Small Wedding •  Barn, Historic / Landmark Building, Ranch / Farm, Brewery / Distillery
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Eventi
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Rosebud Estate Weddings
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Late Night •  Banquet Hall / Events Facility, Patio / Deck / Terrace, Private Estate
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Mirbeau Inn and Spa
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In-house
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Late Night •  Garden, Inn / Lodge, Resort / Spa, Patio / Deck / Terrace
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Breeze Hill Farm & Preserve
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Small Wedding, Elopement •  Patio / Deck / Terrace, Ranch / Farm, Beach / Ocean, Beach Wedding Ceremony
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New York City Wedding Venues

Westbury Manor

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 · New York City, NY

Westbury Manor is a wedding venue located in Westbury, New York on Long Island. The venue provides both indoor andRead more outdoor options where couples can host their special days. With meticulously landscaped grounds and a reputation for excellent service, the venue offers an elegant atmosphere for

Bryant Park Grill

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 · New York, NY

Bryant Park Grill is a restaurant wedding venue located in New York, New York. Located just behind the landmark New YorkRead more Public Library, this venue is a sophisticated restaurant located in the heart of Manhattan. With a romantic dining room, a Parisian-style garden setting, and impeccable customer

Midtown Loft & Terrace

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 · New York, NY

Situated in the heart of Manhattan, Midtown Loft & Terrace is a modern wedding venue in New York, New York. This upscaleRead more urban location features two stunning event spaces with everything you need to host refined celebrations. The landscaped terrace is an oasis of lush greenery and refined

Marina del Rey

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 · New York City, NY

Marina del Rey is a waterfront wedding venue located in the Bronx, New York. Perfect for couples who desire beautifulRead more views for their celebration in New York City, this property offers stunning views of the Long Island Sound and Manhattan’s skyline. Conveniently situated close to the Whitestone and

Studio

New York, NY

Studio is a new street level event space in the center of the historic West Chelsea Highline Arts District ( WRead more 24th St. New York, NY ). Located in the former prestigious Andrea Rosen Art Gallery, this spectacular venue has unique architectural details including 24 foot ceilings, exposed

Central Park Wedding Ceremonies by Happenings

New York, NY

Happenings™ is a first-of-its-kind brand that empowers couples to book uniquely tailored wedding ceremonies at the mostRead more exquisite locations in Central Park New York. Our goal is to simplify the planning process, helping you create the perfect ceremony from inception to execution. Our revolutionary

Maison Sun LLC

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 · New York, NY

Maison Sun is an NYC fine-dining speakeasy now offering high-end luxury catering for rehearsal dinners and weddings. OurRead more executive chef, Conner Updegrave, served as the former head chef of a two-Michelin Starred restaurant that closed during the pandemic (Blanca).We invite high-profile chefs from

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