The Down Town Club

6th & Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, PA
Capacity: 220 people

About The Down Town Club

With tall windows that directly overlook Independence Hall and command sweeping views of Old City and the Delaware River beyond, the Down Town Club makes an unforgettable impression on every guest. An effect even further enhanced by the inlaid marble floors, hand-carved moldings, rich mahogany paneling, and other examples of the Club’s Georgian Revival elegance. This rich blend of American history, subdued luxury, and Cescaphe’s singular flair all seamlessly combine to create an unforgettable wedding in the classic tradition.

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3-Course Seated Dinner (Entree #1)
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3-Course Seated Dinner (Entree #2)
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3-Course Seated Dinner (Entree #3)
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3-Course Seated Dinner (Salad + Intermezzo Sorbertto)
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Wedding Cake and Decadent Desserts
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Classy, Romantic, Fun - An Eventective User from Philadelphia, PA. I live in Collingswood, NJ

I had my wedding in July at the Downtown Club in Philadelphia, PA. It was perfect. The venue, first of all, is beautiful. The room accomodated the fourteen piece band and the 200 wedding guests with room for a large dance floor (very important in my opinion!) We did a cocktail hour, sit down dinner and a chocholate dessert bar. They threw in the sushi appetizers for free, which was awesome. Dinner was great, everybody got served the almost the same time which was one thing I was nervous about (I hate when it takes forever for everybody to get served. The room was set up exactly as planned, the event manager was really helpful when I was being indecisive. OH, and as a plus, there happened to be fireworks going on that night which you could see from the huge windows in the venue! Other Pros: Near hotels, public transportation and numerous bars for in between drinks. Cons: Is a little pricey, parking is expensive. Only gripe: They ran out of booze, supposedly. My family does drink, but still. So I was a little upset when they had no more liquor. However, there was beer left and obviously people could drink that instead, so it wasn't the end of the world. I just thought for ""open bar"" they would have had more.

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  • Max Number of People for an Event: 220