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  • Here is a list of Venues we are currently either an Approved or Preferred Vendor.

    Provided they do not have an exclusive caterer, we have the insurance and licenses to

    cater in multiple additional venues around Chicagoland.

    Anna Pindara

    Associate Sales Manager

    Phil Stefani Signature Events

    1300 W. Hubbard Street

    Chicago, IL 60622

    Phone 312-226-7611 x816

  • Architectural Artifacts

    4325 N. Ravenswood

    Chicago, IL 60613


    Contact: Marie Castro

    Atrium Events is pleased to provide 80,000 square feet of space for your special event.

    From small shindigs, raves and parties to all-out weddings and receptions, our garden,

    museum and showroom is a perfect backdrop. If you're looking for a majestic garden area

    with 25-foot columns, marble urns, archways and seasonal greenery, we have it. If you're

    looking for an elegant, modern area, we have it. If you just want to be surrounded by

    some of the most interesting, important or funky artifacts in the world, we have it. We've

    already held hundreds of parties, and our facilities are only getting better. You will not be


  • Cancer Survivors Garden

    Cancer Survivors Garden 337 E. Randolph St.


    Heres a true hidden treasure in the heart of the city and close to the lake on East

    Randolph Street

    The gardens are gorgeous. There are smells and sights to delight the senses and a long

    tent capable corridor of greenery to remind us to appreciate life in full bloom.

    With an intimate and exclusive ambiance, youll cherish this site for your affair.

  • Chicago Cultural Center

    Preston Bradley Hall 78 E. Washington Street, Chicago 60602

    Wheelchair accessible at 77 E. Randolph

    Contact Colette Creedy

    Phone: 312.742.6831


    Designed in the beaux-arts style by the Boston firm Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge, the Chicago Cultural

    Center was completed in 1897 and dedicated as the city's original Chicago Public Library. Completed at a

    cost of nearly $2 million, this remarkable monument was inspired by the neo-classical style of the World's

    Columbian Exposition held in Chicago in 1893.

    The building's structure consists of three-foot thick masonry walls faced with Bedford limestone that is set

    104 feet above a granite base. Sumptuous materials used in the interior design include rare imported

    marbles, fine hardwood, stained-glass, and polished brass, as well as mosaics of Favrile glass, colored stone

    and mother-of-pearl. The building's most notable features are its spectacular stained-glass domes. The 38-

    foot dome in the Preston Bradley Hall in the south end of the building is the world's largest Tiffany stained-

    glass dome, valued at an estimated $35 million. In the north end of the building, the stained-glass dome in

    the G.A.R. Rotunda was executed in an intricate Renaissance pattern

    Bejeweled Preston Bradley Hall is the Chicago Cultural Center's major concert hall and civic reception

    area, a spectacular setting for regular public programs and private parties, meetings, and receptions.

    G.A.R. Rotunda and Memorial Hall is exquisite gathering places available for public exhibitions,

    performances and private events. The area also serves as an alternative to Marriage Court for Saturday

    morning civil wedding ceremonies.

    The Sidney R. Yates Gallery and Exhibit Hall display major art exhibitions, the Michigan Avenue

    Galleries showcase works in more intimate spaces, and the Chicago Rooms are used for special


  • Harold Washington Library

    400 South State Street

    Chicago, Illinois 60605


    Gerry Keane

    Harold Washington Library is the largest public library building in the world. Situated on

    an entire city block, this extraordinary building with cast stone ornamentation and neo-

    classical features serves as the architectural and cultural anchor of the South Loop. Since

    its opening, the Harold Washington Library Center has been the site of many exciting

    events, which have brought First Ladies, Presidents and heads of state,

    entertainers.even superheroes through its doors. The Winter Garden is the architectural centerpiece of the Harold Washington Library Center. Located on the 9th

    floor, this elegant and spacious atrium features a terrazzo and marble floor and a 52-foot

    glass paneled dome that spans the entire room. The Winter Garden is the perfect setting

    for a wedding reception, corporate event, fundraiser, gala dinner, silent auction, or

    fashion show. wherever your imagination takes you. The Grand Lobby is an ideal setting for an elegant reception. Located on the first floor and available after library hours

    for stand-up receptions only, the Grand Lobby features marble floors and an intricately

    designed ceiling. A colorful mosaic by artist Jacob Lawrence and a view of the Houston

    Conwill cosmogram on the lower level round out this grand setting.

  • Lincoln Park Conservatory Gardens

    Lincoln Park Conservatory Gardens

    2400 N. Stockton Dr.


    Contact Information: Joan Colon at 312.746.5250


    Prefer the roar of lions and tigers to the roar of the El? Nestled just west of the Lincoln

    Park Zoo, the Lincoln Park Conservatory and Gardens create a perfectly peaceful and

    enchanting mix for your events atmosphere. Stroll along the pathways around the lush greenery during cocktail hour, and then emerge out into the expansive outdoor gardens

    for dinner under the stars. Many brides have walked down isles within the famed

    Grandmothers Garden as part of their big day. This versatile spot offers endless options

    for indoor, open air, or tented elements at your next event

  • Millennium Park

    201 E. Randolph

    Chicago, IL 60601



    Millennium Park is much more than just a park; it is the unprecedented celebration of

    architecture, sculpture and landscape design that has won acclaim from around the world.

    Event venues are located throughout the park, from the stage of the Pritzker Pavilion to

    Wrigley Square and the Millennium Monument. You and your guests are encouraged to

    enjoy the park in its entirety, from the event site itself to the artistic, architectural and

    cultural wonders around every corner.

  • Northerly Island

    1400 S. Lynn White Dr.

    Chicago, IL 60605

    Phone: 312-745-2910



    Northerly Island is a 91- acre peninsula that juts into Lake Michigan at the heart of the

    Museum Campus. It is located just south of the Adler Planetarium and east of Soldier

    Field. The majority of this space is dedicated to nature! The nature area at Northerly

    Island features beautiful strolling paths, casual play areas and a spectacular view of the

    Chicago skyline.

  • Ravenswood Billboard Atrium and Loft

    4011 North Ravenswood Avenue

    Chicago, Illinois

    tel 773.388.2170

    The Ravenswood Event Center is Chicagos Northside premiere private event destination. Housing three distinct venues with seated dinner capacities ranging from as

    few as 50 to over 600, the event centers modern loft & industrial vibe is a great backdrop for countless types of social, philanthropic & corporate events

  • South Shore Cultural Center

    South Shore Cultural Center

    7059 S. Shore Dr.

    Andrea Stokes 773-256-0159


    Those who built this fabulous facility understood that entertaining can be a fine art.

    The country club-like interior, grandiose ballrooms, cascading chandeliers, meeting

    rooms, and stunning art gallery make hosting here exceptional. Stage a small convention,

    honor employees, or throw the party of a lifetime!

    Top this with a nine-hole golf course, lighted tennis courts, view of the lake, plus ample

    free parking outside and its easy to see why this site is incomparable.

  • Tiffany & Co. Foundation Celebration Gardens

    344 E Balbo Ave

    Chicago, IL 60605


    In 2008, The Tiffany & Co. Foundation awarded Parkways Foundation a $1.25 million

    grant for the transformation of Grant Park's south rose garden into a formal garden and

    event space adjacent to Buckingham Fountain. Visitors to the garden, which was

    designed by Douglas Hoerr of Hoerr Schaudt Landscape Architects, will process down a

    ceremonial promenade bordered by an abundance of colorful blooms, ha

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