If you’re looking for a stylish venue to host your child’s upcoming bat mitzvah, you may want to head to Connecticut. The Stamford g/r/a/n/d restaurant and lounge offers an upscale location perfect for hosting your child’s coming of age.
The hip, Soho-style venue is located in the middle of Stamford’s bustling downtown area, near shops, theaters, and nightlife. At g/r/a/n/d you can feel a metropolitan vibe without sacrificing safety.
There is no need to worry whether you’re planning an intimate event or facing an astronomical guest list because the g/r/a/n/d can accommodate groups of twenty to 400. The open layout will accommodate all your guests comfortably and includes special VIP areas for either adult guests or your child and his closest friends.
Beverage options include premium and limited open bars, as well as a premium virgin open bar for the kids. Choose from passed or stationed food, including hot items such as beef wellington puff pastries, marinated chicken skewers, grilled nan pizza, beef sliders, and vegetable and chicken dumplings. Cold items include veggie sushi rolls, caprese skewers, deviled eggs, and petite bruchetta tastings with pomodoro, hummus, and tapenade.
Amenities at the g/r/a/n/d include an advanced audio system, DJ services, and two bars. This high-tech, contemporary space also features a main dining room, two levels, a loft lounge with a bar, and custom menus. Plus, the g/r/a/n/d has onsite event planners to assist you every step of the way.
If your little prince wants to celebrate his birthday in an urban, worldly manner, the g/r/a/n/d is the place.
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