The Ivy Hotel offers private dining opportunities in elegant and unique settings, for special celebrations and executive dinners. Our Private Dining allows for full menu customization so that guests can craft their event from start to finish. Let Executive Chef Mark Levy take you on a personalized gastronomic journey, starring the highest quality, seasonal ingredients. One of our in-house sommeliers would be happy to offer a curated wine experience to pair with your menu of choice.
Dining spaces range from intimate to grand – each with their own unique feel and all a perfect setting for a fabulous affair.
Wine Cellar: In the climate-controlled Robert Parker Wine Cellar, up to 14 guests can gather comfortably, surrounded by vintage and reserve wines from around the globe. Sliding wooden doors close off the wine cellar if you so choose, providing exclusivity.
Tasting Room: Draped in billowing grape vines from a Vermont farm, the Tasting Room offers a rustic elegance ideal for groups up to 16.
Tasting Room/Wine Cellar: Combine the Tasting Room and Wine Cellar for a larger, yet still intimate experience for up to 30 guests. Being the only two rooms on this side of the restaurant, these spaces are ideal for ultimate privacy.
Treasury: Also known as the vault room, The Treasury contains an 1800’s vault and multiple artifacts on display that were uncovered during the original mansion’s renovation. This bright, welcoming room can hold up to 20 guests seated at separate tables.
Courtyard: An outdoor, seasonal offering that can hold up to 25 guests for a seated dinner or 40 guests for a reception. With its tranquil, garden surroundings, it’s easy to forget this courtyard lies in the middle of a bustling city.
Magdalena Buyout: The entire restaurant is yours, allowing up to 65 seated guests.
Upstairs at The Ivy: The original library of the mansion, Upstairs at The Ivy offers a luxurious 7-course tasting dinner, paired with wine for up to 12 guests. This dining experience gives guests an authentic feel for what it would be like to have owned a mansion as such in the 1800’s.
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