The dining scene in Savannah, Georgia, is on the rise. These five unique offsite restaurants with private dining spaces can give your meeting groups a taste of the city’s cuisine.
From a WWII battleship and a regal mansion once owned by James Buchanan Duke to a beautifully restored barn, historic venues run the gamut in the Tarheel State. Read more.
With myriad projects underway to renovate existing hotels, open new spaces and expand outdoor event capabilities, River City will be well positioned as a can’t-miss Texas meetings destination.
Just 20 minutes southwest of downtown Houston, Sugar Land offers the classic mix of big city amenities with small-town hospitality.
From philanthropy to repurposed kitchens, here are creative examples of dynamic pivots by Texas culinary leaders—and what food and beverage locales you can bookmark for future live events.
Wherever you meet in Texas, the shared spirit of music is potent in these event venues, which will pluck the heartstrings and strike deep emotional chords with attendees.
Phoenix and Scottsdale are in the midst of a development boom that has hardly been slowed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and which bodes well for meetings and events. Read more.
With the pandemic turning events inside out, open-air venues offer a way forward for creative gathering solutions. Here are the Texas destinations fit for the purpose.
Offsite event venues throughout the east central region of Wisconsin offer memorable surroundings for visiting groups. Read more.
These four golf courses in Myrtle Beach are ideal for group outings, tournaments, corporate retreats and more. Read why they stand out from Myrtle Beach’s 90-plus options.