Thalia Hall is a landmarked historic building originally built in 1892 as a Czech meeting hall. As of 2013, it has reopened and been re-imagined as a modern day town hall; a central meeting place with a tavern Dusek's Board & Beer, two bars Punch House and Tack Room, a private dining space Beer Cellar, and a world-class performance space Thalia Hall. The venue is a grand space for an epic evening with your nearest and dearest for weddings, holiday parties, galas, and beyond.
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The best event I've ever done
Secondly - the space. What can I say -- it's unique, special, historic, a little gritty, and the food is Michelin-starred. We kicked off the night on stage sharing the history of Thalia as a community center, theater, and more. We appreciate that the space has meaning and a history, and that only a handful of weddings are produced there a year. It felt truly special and we could not be happier.
We wish we could do it again just to have time back at Thalia, I highly highly highly recommend the venue for a wedding assuming you can book it given the limited availability (as they prioritize concerts and like to keep the space accessible for the community - which is awesome). THANK YOU to the team for making the night one for the books. Our guest will be talking about it for years.
Photo Credit: Ryan Moore Photography
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