Nairi Banquet Hall is a distinctive wedding venue located in Los Angeles, California. Co-founder and manager Sarkis Yemenejian started his successful career in the restaurant industry as a waiter and worked to achieve his dream of owning his own restaurant. He now delights in welcoming couples and their guests to his event space as they come to celebrate their love.
Facilities and Capacity
This banquet hall offers an intimate, yet roomy setting and has a variety of carefully designed seating charts available to suit weddings of different sizes. Couples and their guests will appreciate how the room setup provides a view of all the action along with the opportunity to socialize and dance the night away. Nairi Banquet Hall features decor that mixes Los Angeles attitude and style with Old Armenian architecture and luxury. Soft amber lighting with crystal chandeliers helps create a sophisticated atmosphere for any festive event. The venue can accommodate up to 142 of your loved ones for your special day.
The Nairi Banquet Hall staff strives to ensure your wedding is as stress free as possible. Assistance from the staff members helps to create a memorable event you’ll look back on fondly for years to come. When booking your big day here, the base rental fee includes space for your event, Chiavari chairs, and a dance floor. The venue’s helpful team can also help in selecting additional rentals if requested. Renting this banquet hall allows for a rental period of five hours from the starting time.
Couples holding their event here can enjoy the venue’s own menu or bring in their own caterers. Nairi Banquet Hall combines authentic Armenian and Middle Eastern cuisine with modern Mediterranean influences to create delicious and memorable wedding dishes. The venue also offers a dessert list that features impressive concoctions from all over the world. Nairi Banquet Hall has options available where you can bring your own alcohol without corkage fees, allowing you to customize your event even further.
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