Looking to bring your events to the next level? Try a multilevel event space! The right venue can add to the vibe of your event and ensure your guests leave happy. Multilevel and tiered venue spaces can give your event a more exclusive atmosphere or let guests flow to new spaces as time passes. We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite multilevel event spaces in Washington DC below!
Malmaison is a chic refurbished warehouse on the Georgetown waterfront. It is also a cafe and pastry shop serving up modern French fare & signature cocktails. The tiered event space lets guests overlook the party and separates the bar from the main event space. During the warmer months, open up the retractable doors and let your event flow onto the sidewalk.
Roofers Union is a bar, dining room and rooftop located in the fun, vibrant neighborhood of Adam's Morgan. Three floors = three times the fun! While it might be getting a bit too cold for punch on the roof, the first and second floors will captivate you with occasional live music, impressive bar selections, and mouthwatering culinary creations from award winning chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley.
When you walk up to the unassuming, unmarked door of The Gibson, you have no idea what awaits you on the other side. This speakeasy bar has a bar on the main floor, an upstairs bar and back patio, and two private rooms known as Apartments One and Two. While the focus here is on the quality cocktails, the prohibition-esque decor will make you feel like you’ve transported back in time.
Located a block from the White House, MXDC Cocina Mexicana has a main dining room, bar, and loft mezzanine space. The venue can hold 48 to 120 guests and the restaurant does allow full buyouts. Aside from the tiered design of the space, the food and drinks are the focus here. With delicious Mexican cuisine and over 100 tequilas options to choose from, you know your experience will be nothing short of fabulous.
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