Our ExpressBook feature has been around for a few months now and we hope you’re liking the changes so far! One big change that you may have noticed is that we now ask for your credit card information before submitting your request to the venue. Don’t worry, we aren’t charging you for that $5,000 private dinner the second you click submit! You won’t be charged until the venue accepts your event or sends a revised proposal back your way for approval. Even then, you’ll only be charged 25% of your event’s total and you can get a full refund if you cancel up to 14 days before your event.
Distilled NYC is a New American Public House in Tribeca and the perfect destination for any private or semi private event. Distilled serves up creative pub fare like wings and burgers and untraditional bar eats like sushi, veggie platters, and more. Come for the on-the-house popcorn sprinkled with “magic dust” but stick around for Distilled’s libations menu. As the name suggests, the real focus here is on the cocktails. Of course, there’s a decent selection of beer and wine if that’s more your style but if you’re feeling adventurous, we definitely recommend nabbing a cocktail or even divulging in one of Distilled’s signature spiked slushies. And don’t worry, the slushies can be part of your open bar package too!
It's been a while since my last vegetarian post, but I am officially back. This time around, I'm tackling the food scene in San Francisco (well, at least the restaurants on VenueBook). So, where should you host your next party if the Vegetarians are coming?
We are officially approaching the end of 2017: changing leaves, dropping temperatures and the holidays! As the end of year slowly (or quickly) creeps up on us it's time to start thinking about thanking your clients and celebrating a great year together. Having planned numerous end of year events for my clients, I’ve put together 5 client celebration tips for planning end of year events and 3 of my favorite ideas to show your clients you care.
Topics: client events
The holiday rush is a hard hit for venue managers. It's the busiest time of the year and things can get pretty crazy. I went around the office and asked some of our event experts some tips and tricks for getting through the next few months. Yes, it's almost November and here are 5 easy hacks to get ready for holiday season.
Topics: For Venue Managers