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Long Island is a wonderful destination for many corporate events, family reunions, and grand weddings. Because of this there are plenty of catering halls and banquet places around the island. Here is a list of some of those you may want to look into for your next event.
Carlyle on The Green
This has long been called a great place for a wedding reception. High ceilings, stunning floors and beautiful touches throughout this banquet facility make it memorable. The food is praise worthy and they have a magnificent menu. However, they are also willing to prepare custom food to your liking. The Lenox Room is perfect for music and dancing. This great catering hall is located in Bethpage State Park.
This great Long Island catering hall is the perfect place for those large events. Fox Hollow offers accommodations for up to 400 guests and has a 145-suite hotel on the grounds for those who like to have everything contained in one place. Everything you need for a magnificent event is all here. It's big, charming and full of old-world charm. White glove service, remarkable food and charming surroundings.
The George Washington Manor
For a bit of a historical aspect to your wedding, party, or corporate event the George Washington Manor has been part of Long Island since 1740. It is said that George Washington may have slept there, but that is not the only attractive part of the hall. The big news about the George Washington Manor is the food. The food is highly praised and carries a Five Star rating. The owners aren't just catering hall managers; they're also the brains behind some of New York's best-rated restaurants. The rooms are best for parties of fewer than 150 people, but the entire manor can be rented and holds 600.
As you can see, Long Island holds some of the grandest catering halls. While this is a very small sampling you can see that there is plenty of reasons why people choose the Long Island area for their big events.
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