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If you and your future spouse are hosting a foodie wedding, good cuisine is definitely high on the priority list. That means you’re probably looking among the best food wedding venues in the United States to find the best location for your big day. These venues offer highly-regarded chefs, delicious food, and gorgeous atmosphere to boot.

We’ve searched the nation for the best venues for a foodie wedding, so enjoy and bon appetit!

Blue Hill at Stone Barns

Blue Hill at Stone Barns
Tarrytown, New York

This working farm and education center just north of New York City is known for its incredible restaurant which practically invented the farm-to-table movement—and it’s the ultimate foodie wedding destination. There is outdoor space for ceremonies, as well as the indoor HayLoft at Stone Barns featuring high ceilings and original stonework.

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Herban Feast Catering & Events, Sodo Park & The Foundry

Herban Feast Catering & Events, Sodo Park & The Foundry
Seattle, Washington

The renowned catering company actually owns two venues—the rustic-style Sodo Park and the more modern Foundry. Whichever site best suits your style, you know the seasonal and local food is going to be amazing—and the experienced staff will share lots of unique wedding ideas for your big day. Think appetizers like sweet potato and Dungeness crab cakes, and entrees like rosemary and salt crusted beef tenderloin, served plated, buffet, or family-style!

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The Broadmoor

The Broadmoor
Colorado Springs, Colorado

This luxury resort features rustic cuisine, worthy of its stunning mountain setting. The mouthwatering menu options include honey-and-lavender glazed salmon, Colorado lamb chop, braised beef short ribs, and much more. Plus, there are many outdoor and indoor wedding spaces to choose from—from the Mountain View Terrace to the grand Main Ballroom, and more!

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The Salt Lick

The Salt Lick
Driftwood, Texas

This is the mecca for Texas Bar-B-Que lovers (seriously, people wait hours for the food!)—and yes, it’s one of the best food wedding venues in the country! Outdoor weddings can be held in the Pecan Grove, and indoor events in the 7,000 limestone Thurman’s Mansion.

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Solage Calistoga

Solage Calistoga
Calistoga, California

Napa Valley is possibly the premier foodie destination in the U.S., and this luxury resort is known for its incredible cuisine and wedding inspiration. There are several spaces available, including the spacious Solstice, which includes sliding window walls that open up onto two outdoor terraces. The food options are fresh and local-inspired, from the California cheese display to the peach salad with parmigiano mousse to the proteins, from halibut to duck breast to flat iron steak, customized to your tastes by Executive Chef Brandon Sharp.

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The Court of Two Sisters

The Court of Two Sisters
New Orleans, Louisiana

Located in the heart of the French Quarter, this restaurant is a great option for Creole cuisine—and its stunning courtyard, which is available for foodie weddings. There are also several well-appointed rooms for indoor events. This is a great spot for bridal showers, as well (they serve an incredible brunch!).

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Spiaggia

Spiaggia
Chicago, Illinois

Enjoy the cuisine of James Beard award-winner chef Tony Mantuano while celebrating your marriage! This restaurant has a private dining space on an upper floor, with panoramic views of Lake Michigan and the Magnificent Mile. The mouthwatering Italian cuisine can include fresh pasta, delicious antipasti, and even homemade gelato and Italian wedding cookies for dessert!

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Winvian

Winvian
Morris, Connecticut

This 113-acre New England estate is among the most romantic and best food wedding venues, featuring farm-to-table cuisine. The main house features several rooms for weddings, as well as an expansive outdoor space where you can host a post-wedding bonfire. And—bonus!—you and your wedding guests can all stay in the 18 cottages on the property.

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Zingerman’s Cornman Farms

Zingerman’s Cornman Farms
Dexter, Michigan

Any Michigan native will rave about Zingerman’s Deli—but did you know they also have a farm that’s an ideal spot for a foodie wedding? Cornman Farms features a historic restored barn for small weddings, and a larger tent pavilion for bigger celebrations. And of course the food—and the cakes!—are delicious.

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Riverland Studios

Historic Rice Mill with Good Food Catering
Charleston, South Carolina

The Historic Rice Mill lives up to its name—built in 1861, it features exposed brick, large windows and pressed tin ceilings. Owned by Good Food Catering (which also owns several famed Charleston-area restaurants), you’ll love the delicious Southern-inspired cuisine.

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The Sunset Room by Wolfgang Puck

The Sunset Room by Wolfgang Puck
National Harbor, Maryland

This event venue has stunning views of the Potomac River and the National Harbor ferris wheel! Of course, having a name like Wolfgang Puck behind your wedding food is pretty amazing—some of Puck’s signature dishes like smoked salmon pizza and peking duck spring rolls can be added to your menu!

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2941 Restaurant

2941 Restaurant
Falls Church, Virginia

The back garden of this modern French-American restaurant is a picturesque site for an intimate foodie wedding. We love the patio for ceremonies (and portraits!), and the gorgeous interior of the restaurant for receptions.

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Weddings by Chef Daniel Boulud

Weddings by Chef Daniel Boulud
New York, New York

The name Daniel Boulud will be familiar to true foodies, but who knew that you could get married at one of his renowned restaurants? Daniel, the four-star New York Times and Michelin star restaurant is a dreamy setting for a city wedding. His other eateries, Café Boulud, and Bar Boulud and Boulud Sud, are also available for weddings.

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Malmaison

Malmaison
Washington, DC

This intimate French restaurant in Georgetown is located in a refurbished warehouse with amazing views. The two-star Michelin chef, Gerard Pangaud, will create a menu tailored to your tastes.

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Europa Village

Europa Village
Temecula, California

An Old World-style vineyard and one of the best food wedding venues, this setting offers fresh gourmet cuisine by Chef Dean Thomas. Your guests can stay at the chef-owned inn, and enjoy the amazing scenery (and food!) all weekend long.

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Ramekins Culinary School, Events & Inn

Ramekins Culinary School, Events & Inn
Sonoma, California

True foodies will be delighted at the idea of tying the knot at a culinary school in Sonoma Wine Country. Not only is the Great Room a beautiful space for a reception, but the cuisine is farm-to-table and highly-regarded. Don’t miss the late-night snacks—street tacos, sliders, and a fresh-baked pie station!

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Bacchus

Bacchus
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

This restaurant, located in the historic Cudahy Tower, has a private dining space for weddings—and the cuisine is totally upscale and elegant. It’s a great location for rehearsal dinners, as well!

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Auberge du Soleil

Auberge du Soleil
Rutherford, California

This stunning foodie wedding destination in Napa Valley features a romantic terrace for ceremonies with panoramic views of the valley. Receptions are held in the dining room, and the food is prepared by the Michelin-star culinary team.

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