Aventri, the event management software company, published its 2019 report of Top Meeting and Event Venues in the United States.
These seven outstanding rooftop bars for private events will add levity to any occasion with open-air environments, dramatic city skyline views and high-end food and drink.
From a rooftop bar in downtown El Paso to art galleries in Midland and Abilene, bring a little extra Texas flair to your next meeting or event with these six distinct Lone Star venues.
From thrill rides and arcade attractions at Pleasure Pier to historic Victorian mansions that somehow survived one of the nation’s biggest natural disasters, Galveston’s array of off-site venues provide a truly unique setting to get away from a day of meetings.
With powerhouse venues like the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, the Shreveport Convention Center and the massive Cajundome and Convention Center, you’d think Louisiana would have meeting facilities covered. But alongside the main course of major meeting real estate is the “special sauce” of smaller off-site venues representing the many flavors of Louisiana.
Meetings Today Senior Contributor Jeff Heilman highlights five Dallas-Fort Worth cultural off-site event venues that include NorthPark Center, Nasher Sculpture Center, Billy Bob's Texas, The Ranch at Las Colinas, DFW Heli-Tours and Southfork Ranch.
The cities comprising the Inland Mississippi region impress attendees with everything from great food and music to unique off-site venues for receptions, sit-down meals and more. From the state capital of Jackson to Vicksburg, home of action-packed casinos, as well as the university towns of Oxford and Meridian, the interior of the Magnolia State provides a wealth of intriguing meetings options.
There is no shortage of unique off-site venues throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, including a host of new options for groups.
Meetings Today Chief Content Director Tyler Davidson shares his personal stories and fond memories of California's the Cow Palace—a quirky and sometimes smelly venue for conventions and other major events—that also serves long-running home of the Grand National Rodeo.