Customers, Events Industry, Trends

Venues in Bloom

No matter what part of the country you live in, spring is a welcome change of the year: warmer weather, beautiful blooms, and bright colors everywhere you look.

That’s why we chose to feature these seven Tripleseat customers. Their indoor and outdoor spaces, decor, use of color, floral features, menus, and atmosphere appeal to all of the senses and get you in the right mood to kick off the season.

Enjoy these photos and use them for inspiration to make your venue ready for spring and summer.


1. Bryant Park Grill, New York City
You might think you’ve stepped into a little slice of Paris when you wander into the Bryant Park Grill overlooking the always-bustling Bryant Park. There are a variety of private spaces, both indoor and outdoor, to serve every type of event from galas and weddings to corporate luncheons. The menu, which is contemporary American cuisine, has something for everyone and their cocktails are the perfect accompaniment.


2. Juvia, Miami

Located in the heart of South Beach, Juvia has unparalleled views of Miami from its rooftop vantage point. The ambiance is modern and cool with lots of purple accents sprinkled throughout. Events can be hosted inside or outside, both offering that spectacular view. The innovative French, Japanese, and Peruvian dishes will satisfy any palate while sipping on specialty cocktails. This spot is not to be missed!


3. Sequoia, Washington, D.C.

Sequoia, located on the banks of the Potomac River in Washington, D.C., is the ultimate combination of contemporary art, spectacular views, and fine dining. Whether you are stopping in for dinner for two or looking for a unique space for your wedding, you will not be disappointed by the exquisite setting and finest of American cuisine all with views of the Virginia skyline, the Kennedy Center, and the Watergate Hotel, as well as the gentle Potomac River and its iconic bridges.


4. Puesto, San Diego

It’s hard to walk into Puesto’s San Diego location at The Headquarters and not feel happy. The venue captures San Diego’s vibrancy with its large colorful murals from artist Chor Boogie, bright orange umbrellas and furniture on the patio, and huge open spaces with natural light that combine the indoors and outdoors. Puesto’s private dining spaces allow guests to hold intimate dinners in a contemporary loft space, or large, lively events in their semi-private rooms and patio spaces.


5. Robert, New York City

The classic modern American restaurant Robert is a feast for the eyes. First, there’s the location: Robert sits atop The Museum of Arts and Design in New York City’s iconic Columbus Circle, which means diners have incredible views of city life and the beauty of Central Park. Then, there’s the inside: bright pink, orange, and red chairs and artistic accents pop against the backdrop of white walls and tablecloths. At night, the lighting turns Robert into an elegant, sexy and romantic setting and a nightlife hotspot.


6. El Tucan, Miami

Yearning for an event venue that whisks you away to a tropical paradise? Well then look no further because El Tucan has got you covered. Step into its high-energy atmosphere and feel the rhythm of their resident DJ’s sexy and diverse soundtrack while enjoying Asian-inspired cuisine and modern cocktails. El Tucan’s warm, tropical vibes will have you and your guests dancing the night away while immersing yourself in the ultimate Miami nightlife experience.


7. Side Bar, San Diego

If you want a completely unique and wild night on the town, Side Bar is the sexy spot to go. From glitter bombs to champagne showers to bottle service, Side Bar can customize your event to match your wildest dreams. Sit back and relax under the LED lights, lounge on the velvet couches with some shareable bites, and choose some sassy drinks to match your mood. This is one unique boutique nightclub you don’t want to miss.

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Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in Tripleseat’s Seated magazine, 2019 Spring/Summer issue.

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