More Reception Venues
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(314) 772-6003 | Ask for John Favazza
Features include ballroom-like dining area, 16′ High Ceilings, lounge area with original 35′ bar, and large dancefloor.
Rocking J Bonfires & Parties
(636) 677-7771 | Ask for Susan Johnson
Barn Venue with down home hospitality and 60 acres of rolling hills. Perfect for Etsy-inspired weddings, receptions, and rehearsal dinners.
(314) 487-7006 | Ask for Forrest Miller
Offering a variety of buffets, full open bars, entertainment, stationery, and wedding cakes at affordable prices.
(314) 533-9900 | Ask for Manager
Experience the elegance of a bygone era in the Concert Hall, Louis Spiering Room, Ballroom, or art galleries.
Missouri Botanical Garden
(314) 961-7588 | Ask for Manager
World renowned for its lush gardens. Offers a variety of spectacular locations for weddings receptions.
The Lemp Mansion
(314) 664-8024 | Ask for Patty Pointer
Grand banquet hall, outdoor patio, and gazebo hold up to 300 people. Located just south of downtown.
Kemoll’s St. Louis
(314) 421-0555 | Ask for Manager
Spectacular views of the riverfront and St. Louis skylines from the Top of the Met. No higher view in State of Missouri.
Larimore House Plantation
(314) 265-2531 | Ask for Dena Bovey
Near Spanish Lake in St. Louis County, this pre-civil war home was finished in 1858. It has 14 fireplaces, 12-foot ceilings, and mahogany woodwork painted in the Italianate style.
Fabulous Fox Theatre
(314) 531-9999 | Ask for Manager
Billed as St. Louis’ most magnificent temple of amusement,” the Fox is a truly unique wedding reception venue.
The Mahler Ballroom
(314) 361-4411 | Ask for Don Peterson
Situated in St. Louis’s fashionable Central West End, this turn of the century landmark offers wedding dance lessons.
(314) 231-2489 | Ask for Nicole Anderson
Flexible rental scenarios and the option to rent the entire museum present various solutions for virtually any event.
(636) 946-6860 | Ask for Eric Stegemann
Serving the area for 39 years, this facility has been voted # 1 in the Business Journal and The St. Charles Journal.
The Randall Gallery
(314) 231-4808 | Ask for Mark Widmann
Restored Civil War era building combining the excitement of a contemporary art gallery with the addition of fine dining.
(314) 839-1000 | Ask for Jan Yacovelli
Yacovelli’s has been a part of St Louis since 1919 and they they are now in their fourth generation.
Trigg Banquet Center
(636) 240-3288 | Ask for Terry Wilkerson
Full-service reception hall accomodating up to 450 guests with 100 square foot wood parquet dance floor.
Andre’s Banquet Facilities
(314) 894-2622 | Ask for John Armengol
Five St. Louis locations for convenient access, including South, West, Holiday Inn Festus, and Tapawingo.
(314) 361-8282 | Ask for Tracy Czarnec
Located on the upper floor of the Wild Flower Restaurant in the Central West End. Accomodates up to 150 guests.
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