RSS header - this is hidden

8 Unique New York City Wedding Venues

Posted by Lyssa Test on Oct 18, 2016 12:00:00 PM
Lyssa Test

Your wedding is about celebrating your relationship, spending time with your beloved guests, and sharing an unforgettable experience. But creating that experience can be hard work, so we’ve compiled a list of 8 unique New York City wedding venues for the big day to make your life a little easier!



Bobo is a great option for couples looking to host a cozy, intimate event. Bobo’s decor is inspired by the hundred-year-old townhouse it occupies: antique books, ornate mirrors, portraits, and two metal fireplaces decorate the walls and give the space a homey vibe. The hidden gem of this West Village French restaurant is the outdoor garden space--perfect for small ceremonies or intimate dinners.


The Sixth Floor Loft 

Custom wedding decor in The Sixth Floor Loft's lounge space

You and your closest friends and family can share an intimate evening at Sixth Floor Loft. The loft’s design is clean and simple, allowing you and your partner to customize the space and add a personal touch. Drink, eat and be married under the Sixth Floor Loft’s glitzy chandeliers.



A couple seals the deal with a kiss in MyMoon's outdoor garden spaceHigh ceilings, a lush garden, and overhead string lights give this venue a romantic ambiance perfect for any ceremony. The outdoor area of this Brooklyn venue acts as the perfect backdrop for a small ceremony or cocktail hour and MyMoon's delicious Spanish fare and tapas will give your guests something to talk about when the party moves inside!

Pera SoHo / Pera Mediterranean Brasserie  

The main dining room area of Pera Mediterranean BrasserieThese sister restaurants can accommodate intimate and grandiose weddings. The SoHo location boasts a skyline view and both indoor and outdoor spaces, each with it’s own unique personality, for your guests to explore. The Midtown location has a more unifying design with impressive wine-alcove decor, orange-hued seating and an geometric ceiling designs. But what both locations have in common is their dedication to Eastern Mediterranean cuisine, hospitality, and flare.


Clipper City Tall Ship / Shearwater Classic Schooner

A newlywed couple sneaks a kiss aboard the Shearwater Classic SchoonerHop aboard the Clipper City Tall Ship or it’s sister vessel, the Shearwater, and sail your guests around Manhattan. Just remember to hire a photographer to document you and your guests with the Manhattan Skyline and The Statue of Liberty. The captain and his attentive crew will make sure your day is nothing but “smooth sailing.”


House of the Redeemer

The grand library space at The House of the RedeemerStart a new chapter of your life in the House of the Redeemer’s library. The library was originally from a 5th century Ducal castle, until it was moved and installed in this Upper East Side mansion during World War I. Rich hardwood floors, stunning built-in shelves filled with antique books, and an arched ceiling give this historic home a rich, luxurious atmosphere perfect for a memorable wedding. There’s also a small chapel on-site for ceremonies.


Del Posto

An elegant dining set-up in Del Posto's Piemonte RoomFrom meticulously crafted dishes to a world-renowned wine list, Del Posto creates a truly unforgettable experience. Del Posto’s Piemonte Room radiates luxury and elegance with its antique furniture, silver candelabras, Italian linens, and rich wooden ceilings. Plus it’s sweeping staircases create the perfect photo opp. Del Posto is perfect for couples wanting to indulge their guests and willing to spare no expense on their special day.


Paper Factory Hotel

A ceremony set up in The Paper Factory Hotel's outdoor courtyardAs its name suggests, the Paper Factory Hotel was once a Long Island City paper factory, now refurbished and transformed into a hotel. Today, the word “industrial-chic” sums up this space. Reclaimed wood ceilings, exposed brick, bare cement floors, and quirky furnishings give the hotel a retro-meets-modern vibe. On-site Mediteranean restaurant, Mundo, handles all catering needs and out of town guests can stay in one of the hotel’s 123 stylish rooms.


To browse more incredible wedding venues in New York City, click the button below!

New Call-to-action


Happy Booking,

The VenueBook Team

Topics: New York City, Venues