Deliver The ‘Wow!’ With These 10 Outrageously Cool Event Venues For Client Appreciation Parties
By Sandy Korem, CEO, The Festive Kitchen
#1 Venue at 400 North Ervay There is no other venue in Dallas that comes close to what this venue can offer. Historic venue in the heart of the city with hand-carved wood wainscoating and restored French painted ceilings. But…the best is the rooftop garden! Stunning!
#2 Hickory Street Annex Located in the heart of Deep Ellum is an old restored warehouse that simply rocks! The oversized old elevators are in the center of the room and make a fabulous bar area.
#3 Filter Building at White Rock Lake This is a find! On the Lake. Well priced. Huge patio which can hold over 100 guests plus inside of the building will hold over 150 guests.
#4 FIG – Fashion Industry Gallery What I like about this facility is that it’s a cool “blank slate”. Lots of ways that this venue can be orchestrated to fit a corporate theme.
#5 Biblical Arts Museum. Located across from Northpark Mall this venue has been completely restored and offers a great kitchen for prep area plus very large wooden floored reception room. The atrium is filled with light and works well for cocktail hour.
#6 Discovery Gardens at Fair Park. Love this room with high ceilings, floor to ceiling windows and a great stage. All of the views are of the gardens.
#7 Frontiers of Flight Museum Want a dance floor under a plane? This place offers a location for very large events. Guests can walk through the museum while attending the event.
#8 Times Ten Cellar Small boutique wine cellar. Great for events of 50 guests. Very cool space.
#9 Threethreethree A loft style venue with views of the city. Open space that can be transformed to fit anyone’s imagination.
#10 Studio 1019 Located in the design district the inside of this facility is one-of-a-kind. All white interior with live grass growing in one of the rooms. Very different style for a venue. Sandy Korem is the founder of The Festive Kitchen, one of Dallas’ most exceptional caterers and a recipient of the White House Food Service Medallion. She is also a coach to international caterers and restauranteurs in helping them achieve their potential through her consulting company, The Catering Coach.