The flowers are blooming and the temperature is finally tolerable. You know what goes great with sun and fresh air? A tasty cocktail and views for days. Leave the traditional private rooms behind and treat your team (or guests) to a rooftop bar and the great outdoors.
Deciding on a venue is a crucial part of the event planning process. However, sometimes the venue you have your heart set on isn’t able to accommodate your event. If you are dealing with a great venue manager they will usually give you a reason as to why they can’t host your event, but sometimes you just never hear a reason. We’ve listed out the top 3 reasons why venue managers decline your event below.
Intern season is almost upon us, so here’s your friendly reminder to start interviewing undergrads if you haven’t already! Since you’ll have fresh new faces joining your team in just a few months, it’s a good idea to think about how you can introduce your interns to your team and get to know them better. Here’s our list of cool after work drinks spots to dazzle your interns.
Sometimes you need to pull out all the stops for an event. Maybe you're trying to impress a new client or show an old client how much you appreciate their business. Whatever the reason, hosting your event in a private room will take things up a notch. I've chosen some of my favorite elegant private rooms in NYC that will impress any client, coworker or friend group you dine with.
Don't you wish you could bring your dog to brunch? Did you know VenueBook has dog-friendly venues on our marketplace? We do! Most restaurants or venues will let you hang out with your dog if they have an outdoor seating option, and with warm weather right around the corner, I've compiled a few dog-approved venues in NYC, Chicago, San Francisco, and Washington DC. Four Paws up!