When it comes to planning an event you make a lot of choices. From color scheme, lighting, music and location to what you’ll wear, who to invite and of course the date. Unfortunately in many cases these initial decisions can impact other important details of your plan – like what you’ll be eating.
For the party-hosts, brides-to-be, and meeting planners tired of the dreaded venue-caterer package, downtown Albany’s Sixty State Place has the answer to party planning prayers.
The soon-to-open event venue offers a uniquely customizable space with the added bonus of bringing your own caterer. (Be realistic here. Caterers need to be licensed.) With a newly built, state-of-the-art, onsite kitchen your chosen caterer can simply set-up and get cooking. With plenty of options for large scale functions and appropriate areas for smaller gatherings, there is truly a perfect fit for everyone. And if that isn’t sealing the deal or at the very least sparking some interest, the space itself surely will. Century old vaults, elegant glass stairs, a bubble wall… but that’s a whole other post, so stay tuned.
Sixty State Place is set to open by the end of September 2013, with events already being booked for the fall. If you’re looking to make no compromise on great space, customizable options, and your choice of food the venue is open for showings (518.462.7411 or email@example.com for more information.) Who knows? Sixty State Place could just be your perfect location. Check out even more event venue options in downtown Albany at downtownalbany.org.
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