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  • Know Your Venue Options

    If you've never booked an event before (or even if you have), finding the perfect venue is an important component of a great event. Different venue types have different functions. To make sure your event flows the way you want, you need to have a venue that can accomodate your event type and needs. It's time to know your venue options. Here are some of the different venue types you can...

VenueBook

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Generated 6 days ago

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  • 4 Incredible Venues in San Francisco for Corporate Events

    If you’re looking for new exciting venues in San Francisco for corporate events, look no further. We’ve rounded up a few of our top venue picks for private dining, cocktail receptions and team outings. If you’re looking for great food, delicious drinks and beautiful views, be sure to try one of these exciting San Francisco venues for your next corporate event!

VenueBook

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

VenueBook

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

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  • Affordable Raw Spaces in Chicago

    Whether you’re event planning on a budget or looking for a fully customizable experience, raw spaces are the way to go. You can bring in your own catering, pay by the hour, and decorate the space as you see fit to truly make it your own. Here’s a few of our favorite afforable raw spaces in Chicago for you to consider!

VenueBook

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Generated 1 week ago

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  • VenueBook Vegetarian Friendly Restaurants in Chicago

    Today, the saga continues as we cover Chicago's vegetarian scene. I'm not gonna lie, it was far more difficult to find a few VenueBook vegetarian friendly restaurants in Chicago than it was in NYC. I feel like this is expected, but also worth noting. Because of this difficulty, I decided to cave on my original rules and include restaurants that serve pasta. The rules have changed sligh...

VenueBook

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Generated 1 week ago

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  • 5 Low Key Group Activities in NYC

    Looking for a fun and interactive group activity idea in New York City? If your teammates or clients aren't the type to jump at the idea of a Soul Cycle class, these low key, easy group activities in NYC might be more up their alley. 

VenueBook

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

VenueBook

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

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  • 4 Multilevel Event Spaces in Washington DC

    Looking to bring your events to the next level? Try a multilevel event space! The right venue can add to the vibe of your event and ensure your guests leave happy. Multilevel and tiered venue spaces can give your event a more exclusive atmosphere or let guests flow to new spaces as time passes. We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite multilevel event spaces in Washington DC below...

VenueBook

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Generated 1 week ago

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  • The World of WhirlyBall

    At a certain point, the typical private dinner or happy hour can get played out. You end up visiting a handful of the same bars, you get drinks for free, you head home. To me, that's a little boring. If you live in Chicago and you're ready for a corporate event change, it's time to enter the world of WhirlyBall.

VenueBook

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

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  • Top Ideas To Celebrate The End of Busy Season

    This blog goes out to all my accountanting friends who are so close to the end of busy season they can smell it. I’ve put together some of my favorite ideas (and venue spots) so your team can let off some steam and celebrate another tax season in the books.

VenueBook

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Generated 1 week ago

VenueBook

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Generated 1 week ago

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  • Unique Venues for Corporate Events in DC

    2017 is the year you start thinking about events differently. The world around us is changing: fashion, technology, giphys... If everything else is moving at a rapid pace, why are you still booking your corporate events at the same restaurants year after year?

VenueBook

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Generated 1 week ago

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  • Demystifying The Events Industry: Drink Guide

    Planning an event takes a lot of work. Throw some hospitality industry jargon into the mix and it’s easy to get overwhelmed! This article’s focus is on decoding the lingo surrounding alcoholic beverages, but be sure to check out our post on appetizers here. From apératifs to digestifs, this post will guide you through your drink options so you can impress your guests with your knowledg...

VenueBook

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Generated 1 month ago

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  • 5 NYC Restaurants for a Romantic Valentine's Day Dinner

    Love is in the air! With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about securing some reservations (if you haven’t already)! Whether your night starts or ends with a romantic dinner, we’ve rounded up a list of romantic NYC restaurants for a Valentine's Day dinner to sweep your date off their feet.

VenueBook

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Generated 1 month ago

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  • VenueBook Venues Participating in NYC Restaurant Week

    NYC Restaurant Week is in full swing! From January 23rd to February 10th, restaurants in the Big Apple will offer pre-fixed menus for lunch and dinner at more accessible prices. If you've been dying to try a restaurant, but it's a little out of your budget, now is the time to stop in. $29 lunches and $42 dinners open the door to a variety of tasty oppotunities. We are excited to see so...

  • Demystifying The Events Industry: Appetizer Guide

    Planning an event is tough. What makes it even tougher (besides finding a venue, inviting guests, etc) is that the events industry uses a lot of confusing jargon.

VenueBook

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Tips For Throwing a Killer Super Bowl Party

      Whether you're rooting for the Patriots or the Falcons, or just looking for an excuse to drink, the Super Bowl is quickly approaching and the party planning stage is now. If you want to up your street cred with your friends as the official party person, I've got a few ideas that will give you a name for yourself.

VenueBook

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • 3 VenueBook Venues Participating in DC Restaurant Week

    One of my favorite parts of living in a big city is restaurant week. Having spent four years in DC, it was alwasy fun to get friends together to try new restaurants during this time. I'm excited to share with you three amazing VenueBook venues that are participating in DC restaurant week this year. 

VenueBook

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

VenueBook

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Generated 2 months ago

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  • 3 Ways To Take Your Client Dinner To The Next Level

    Client dinners are great until you start attending mutliple client dinners a week; at that point they start to get boring really fast. Also, clients are constantly being wined and dined by multiple partners and vendors and it is hard to make your dinner stand out. So I've put together my top three tips to take your client dinner to the next level.  

VenueBook

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • NYC Fashion Week Friendly Raw Spaces

    With New York City Fashion Week rapidly approaching, we’re highlighting some of our most versatile, fashion-friendly spaces. Raw spaces are perfect for everything from fashion shows to after parties because they can transform to meet your creative vision.

VenueBook

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • Great Client Event Ideas To Kickoff Q1

    Now that 2017 is in full swing, it's time to start thinking about how you'll go about building strong relationships that will last the entirety of the year. One of my favorite parts about working with clients was engaging in activities and enjoying meals together. I found that being together outside of a meeting environment allowed everyone to loosen up and really get to know eachother...

VenueBook

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • VenueBook Venue Partners Participating in SF Restaurant Week

    This year’s winter San Francisco Restaurant Week will be held from Jan 18th to the 29th. Showcasing San Francisco’s deliciously diverse eats, Restaurant Week offers prefixe prices for food lovers to taste and try a mix of new dishes and faithful favorites for a great value. This year VenueBook has 20 venue partners participating in the culinary celebration in 8 different neighborhood...

VenueBook

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • Event Add-Ons: Spice Up Your Events

    As the world around us is changing, so is the events industry. Through the use of event add-ons and vendors, events are becoming more and more customizable: parties are truly tailored to you and your company. With the growth of technology and interactive media, it’s possible to add photo booths, GIF generators, and even 360° booths. Add-ons take an event to the next level.

VenueBook

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • 5 Tips To Save Money When Booking An Event

    Here at VenueBook we see a fair number of events book via our platform and we also see a fair number of events that don't get booked. One of the main issues we come across is discrepancy between budget and actual event cost. While not all events can be saved there are a few things you can do that will help reduce the cost of your event without sacrificing the integrity. That being said...

VenueBook

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • NYC Group Activities to Get You Up and Moving

    Group activities are great for client outings and team events! They mix up your normal routine and help you burn calories instead of just consume them. If you’re looking for creative ways to get up and move, we’ve organized a short list of our favorite active group activities in New York City to get your search started.

VenueBook

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 months ago

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  • How to Find and Book a Caterer for a Raw Space

      Raw spaces: your best friend or your worst enemy. If you're a creative mind chasing a vision, raw spaces provide you with the blank canvas that you need to execute your ideas. For others, raw spaces might trigger fear and apprehension. How can I host an event in an empty room? Where are the tables? The Chairs? More importantly, where's the food?!

VenueBook

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 months ago

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  • Secret Santa and White Elephant Office Gift Guide

    Secret Santa and White Elephant are classic office-friendly gift giving games. They can help bring your team together or encourage cross-departmental bonding. Plus, no one will complain about buying one gift instead of ten--just be sure to set spending caps so no one under or over buys! We’ve assembled the rules of both games and some gift ideas to get you into the holiday mindset!

VenueBook

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 months ago

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  • Our Favorite Holiday Cocktails For Any Occasion

    Every Christmas morning, my mom enjoys her "Christmas martini". She finds a new martini recipe every year and proceeds to make martinis for everyone starting first thing in the morning and ending sometime after dinner. Since I'm not much of a martini drinker, I've put together a list of some of my favorite holiday cocktails you might want to try. It's highly encouraged to make these co...

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