Cafe Nordo is a historic wedding venue located in Seattle, Washington. Cafe Nordo is described as an intersection of food and art and serves as a place where artists can create, collaborate, and share their art. This venue believes in serving the broader community by creating a space for people to come together to enjoy a meal and learn from one another. Cafe Nordo offers locally sourced food, quality entertrainment, and a theatrical experience for all guests to enjoy. This venue is an intimate and immersive setting for all kinds of events.
Facilities and Capacity
Cafe Nordo sits right on Pioneer Square in downtown Seattle. This venue is tucked into the former Elliot Bay Book Company & Cafe and now serves as a vibrant setting to host your special occasion. With custom wood walls and exposed brick comes along the charm of this venue. Cafe Nordo has 1,950 square feet of space and can host a sit down meal for parties up to 60 guests or cocktail parties of up to 100 guests. Cafe Nordo also has a brand new 2,200-square-foot kitchen and a custom designed bar which are available for you to utilize for your event. Since this venue has been restored in a historic building, Cafe Nordo now offers state of the art lighting, sound, and projection systems for guests to take advantage of.
Cafe Nordo offers a range of bar packages, ranging from exemplary local beer and wine to premium custom cocktails, designed specifically for each party’s personality and aesthetic. Nordo’s kitchen can provide catering, or, choose from a list of preferred catering partners, who can provide a range of Seattle’s best cuisine, served expertly in this amazing space.
Previous venues held in the warehouse where Cafe Nordo resides varies greatly from a chocolate factory to a former museum. This location first became Cafe Nordo in 2009 when it opened as a pop-up restaurant and underground theater hybrid. Serving the community by hosting interactive historic theatrical performances, Cafe Nordo has always acted as a hub for thought and artistry. Cafe Nordo transformed over the years and reopened in 2015 as part of the historic Pioneer Square and continues to host local artists.
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