The effortlessly cool vibes of the downtown Bowery Hotel will undoubtedly rub off on any and all celebrations held here. The vintage-y second floor, with its large private terrace, has hosted album-release parties and swanky benefits. Coming up: your killer reception.
At the St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Art, choose from a giant glass conservatory, Spanish-style gardens, or a classic ballroom with 22-foot-high ceilings for your event. Before the festivities begin, your guests can wander around admiring all the artwork.
Originally built as an electrical-parts factory, the Metropolitan Building was converted to an event venue in 1980. It's a highly customizable space with a wide range of rooms, including a piano bar lounge, a lofty expanse with 14-foot ceilings, and a mirrored salon.
Hotelier Andre Balazs's carefree Sunset Beach Inn has a French restaurant right on the sand that was made for jovial revelers. If you're planning to wed during the summer, Andre Balazs' own wine, Sunset Beach Rose, simply must be your drink of choice.
The Equinox Resort seems to have everything: a golf course, a gorgeous spa, expansive grounds, and even a historic house that was once the home of Abraham Lincoln's granddaughter. The celebration sites are just as impressive: three ballrooms, a variety of gardens (which aren't garden variety), and a pond-fronting pavilion.
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