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Venue News for Nov. 4, 2009

Venue News for Nov. 4, 2009

Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park Offers Meeting Deal
The new "Really, Really Sweet Meeting Deal" from the Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park offers 10 percent off guest room revenue, 10 percent off banquet menus, a complimentary room for every 30 booked, daily complimentary breakfast and a one-hour welcome reception for certain meetings booked and actualized by April 11, management says. The hotel is located near popular attractions including Navy Pier, the theater district, Soldier Field and the Art Institute. The property also offers its Eco-Meet program, which provides a meeting structure that encourages maximum waste diversion and environmental awareness for conference attendees.

Stage 37 Debuts in New York
The new Stage 37 in New York offers more than 13,600 square feet of space, including an 8,500-square-foot event hall with only four support columns. The 48-foot-deep loading dock offers easy freight access; an additional drive-in, 10-foot-wide street-level door accommodates large sets and vehicles. Support services include sound, lighting, catering, security, planning and certain rentals. The venue is located in midtown Manhattan, within a block of Javits Center.

The Farm at the Grove Available During Holiday Event
The Farm of Beverly Hills at the Grove, located at the Grove shopping center near Los Angeles' famed Farmers Market, announces it is available for buyout during the Grove's popular Christmas tree lighting ceremony, Nov. 22. The restaurant seats 93 guests along with 50 seats on the patio; a total of 175 guests can be accommodated for receptions. Custom menus are available; the restaurant offers American cuisine with an emphasis on fresh foods and from-scratch cooking. The company also operates locations in Beverly Hills, Calif., and in downtown Los Angeles at L.A. Live.

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