5300 34th Avenue NWSeattle
, WA 98107
Maximum Capacity: 400 people
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The perfect balance of the Indoors and Outdoors in a natural urban setting.
The Canal offers a waterfront location in Seattle’s reveled Ballard neighborhood. The Canal features a huge custom built bar, over-sized dance floor, and a large heated and covered outdoor patio. The Canal separates from the rest with elegant and contemporary décor with art deco touches throughout. Warm glowing lights with wrought iron sculpture work and blown glass provides an extremely versatile backdrop for any event.
Exclusively catered by the exceptional Jewel Executive Chef and culinary team, who use only the finest and freshest ingredients available in the Pacific Northwest to create artistic displays of the most delectable cuisine. Our core proficiency is in serving guests outstanding food, fresh from our ovens and pantry directly to the client. With a focus on flavor, quality, presentation, and trend-setting innovation, our food is consistently defined as outstanding.
The Canal, Seattle
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- An event facility unlike any other
The Canal gives you a waterfront view of the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks in Ballard. When you arrive, you'll instantly realize that you have an unsurpassed location, with great interior and exterior spaces, breathtaking views, and an unmatched historic appeal on a working waterway.
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|"Stimson-Green Mansion", An Eventective User from Seattle, WA|
|This gorgeous and historic mansion is truly a unique venue being that it is located in the heart of a unique and fun city. The flexibility and amenities this venue provides makes the process of planning a wedding very easy. You can have an intimate wedding that is either indoors or outdoors. You can have both the ceremony and the reception at the mansion. There are spacious changing rooms. The caterer is on site and has a lot of menu options that are also customizable. They host open houses once in awhile, which are worth it if you are curious. The only drawback is there is no dance floor, so we had to rent flooring. Overall though the venue was perfect!|
|"Storybook Wedding Reception", An Eventective User from Seattle, WA|
|My husband and I were married five years ago at the historic Stimson Mansion in Seattle's first hill neighborhood and it was not only a perfect day, but a perfect wedding and reception. The English Tudor style Stimson-Green Mansion was built in 1899 and is designated as a local historic landmark building. It is impeccably preserved and architecturally stunning making our wedding feel like a storybook style step back in time. |
The setting at the mansion is quite simply amazing, with rich wood paneling, multiple fireplaces and dazzling chandeliers hanging in each room. It was fantastic to have an array of elegant dressing rooms available for the bridal party upstairs, and the full staircase provided a picture prefect backdrop for my princess bride entrance into the ceremony.
Working with the staff was a simple pleasure, with each proving us not only expertise, but plenty of patience and understanding as guest lists and menu's changed during the course of planning. The mansion does book up well in advance, so you do have to make sure to plan ahead but it is well worth the wait. Our guests are still raving about how wonderful the wedding was, in fact, my best friend is getting married there next year. Can't say enough good things about the place.