Champagne Event Co. is an elegant and chic wedding venue located in downtown San Diego, California. This one-of-a-kind events space, adorned with original artwork and chandeliers and accented by exposed brick, features a flexible, open floor plan that can be configured to fit wedding events of all types and sizes. With an abundance of natural light and a variety of unique features, Champagne Event Co. is a glamorous setting for your upcoming wedding event.
Facilities and Capacity
This unique and historic downtown San Diego events venue offers 6,384 square feet of beautiful space to accommodate up to 250 wedding guests. This property features gleaming hardwood floors, historic exposed brick, eight sparkling chandeliers, wood beams, drapery, and large windows for an industrial-chic event ambience. A beautiful winding staircase leads you from the light-strewn ground floor to the elegantly appointed downstairs event area.
Champagne Event Co. provides event rentals for weddings and other special events. Both the ground floor and basement of this venue may be rented for indoor wedding ceremonies and receptions, depending on the size and needs of your event. Event services offered include the following:
Champagne Event Co. is an ideal location for hosting private parties of varying sizes. In addition to wedding ceremonies and receptions, this location can accommodate all of your wedding events, such as engagement parties, bridal showers, and rehearsal dinners. This venue is also available for hosting corporate meetings, holiday parties, birthdays, anniversaries, and other special occasions.
This venue is conveniently located in the Gaslamp Quarter district of downtown San Diego within blocks of San Diego Bay and marina. This location is surrounded by a variety of popular San Diego attractions, world-class hotels, fine dining, shopping, entertainment venues, and nightlife. This location is just a short drive to Petco Park, the San Diego Central Library, Seaport Village, the U.S.S. Midway Museum, The New Children’s Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Art.