The interior of Cure Lounge was designed by John Stefanon of JFS Design Studio, Inc. The design aesthetics of Cure Lounge were drawn from a strong focus on history and mood. Originally designed to be the ladies lounge and orchestra area to the theater this uniquely beautiful space called for an understated elegance evocative of the period.
Finished with a “Victorian Chic” design, the glamorized cues of Cure Lounge are evident from the moment you step in. Bold dramatic statements of shapes and patterns with a subtle, sophisticated color palette, balance and juxtapose each other in Jing-Jang form to bring a unique vibe to this historical Boston gem.
Cure Lounge’s mood is enhanced within as you transition from the Main Lounge to the Back Lounge and a more surreal aesthetic introduces what use to be the orchestra pit area. The inspiration of “moths drawn to a flame” called for dim lighting and elements were selected to transport patrons into a warm summer night on the streets of Shanghai – or a far away fantasy location.
Both lounges were created to bring an exciting movement within time and fantasy.
The exquisitely designed space is the work of the famous JFS Studios, and encompasses everything our guests have come to expect in a nightlife destination.
Since opening in 1999 Venu has impeccably maintained its position as the most sought-after cosmopolitan nightclub in Boston by providing unequaled customer service. Venu’s management goes all-out in an effort to ensure that all the club’s eclectic patrons leave with an exceptional and memorable experience.
The chic and stunning 6,500 square foot space, with its sleek lines, rich textures and modern elements creates a harmonious aesthetic. A dazzling palette of colors complements the club’s elaborate details generating a well-appointed and contemporary vibe. The decor and design combine to create a world-class venue.
The entrance into the main room presents a spectacular viewpoint. Stylish VIP tables surround the dance floor in a striking multi-tiered environment. The dance floor, set at the lowest tier, creates a brilliant focal point in the center of the room. Every night a state of the art sound system built to suit the needs of the most discerning of music types brings the club to life and a custom designed lighting system creates an ultra-sensory experience. Simply stated, this elegant and exclusive club is one of Boston’s most preferred places to party.
Venu Nightclub and any one of its sister clubs can be specifically tailored to any group’s needs. Special events and corporate receptions can be booked at any time, availability permitting. Custom proposals and can be designed upon request. We offer a full range of event services from food and beverage packages to audio-visual products, decor, transportation, floral arrangements, customized gifts, and a diverse variety of entertainment options. For more information please send email to [email protected]
**Tuesdays - Hosted by Space Entertainment - Dj Roger -M plays Top 40's, Mash Ups and House
**Fridays - Hosted by Space Entertainment - Dj Roger-M plays House, Hip-Hop, Latin, & Latin House
**Saturdays - Hosted by 6ONE7 - Dj Hectik plays Top 40's, Mash ups and House
The Colonnade Hotel has provided thoughtful hospitality to Boston visitors and residents for more than 40 years. A dynamic Back Bay landmark whose opening launched the neighborhood’s renaissance in the early seventies, The Colonnade is home to the city’s only outdoor roof top pool and the award-winning Parisian-style restaurant, Brasserie JO. Ideally located, The Colonnade is in close proximity to Newbury Street, The Shops at Prudential Center, Hynes Convention Center, and many of Boston’s finest museums, galleries, and iconic sites including Symphony Hall and Fenway Park. The Colonnade Hotel is a member of Preferred Hotel Group’s™ Summit Hotels & Resorts™. For reservations, call 1-800-962-3030.
The Shubert Theatre in Boston, Massachusetts, is located at 263-265 Tremont Street in the Boston Theater District. It opened on January 24, 1910 with a production of Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew starring E.H. Sothern and Julia Marlowe. Architect Thomas M. James (Hill, James, & Whitaker) designed the building, which seats approximately 1,600 people. Originally conceived as The Lyric Theatre by developer Charles H. Bond, it was taken over by The Shubert Organization in 1908 after Bond's death.The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. In February 1996, the Wang Center signed a 40-year lease agreement with the Shubert Organization. In November 1996, the theatre reopened after being renovated with the first national tour of the musical Rent. As of 2006, it comprises part of the Citi Performing Arts Center.As of November 1, 2016, the theater will be named the Shubert Theatre at the Boch Center. The naming rights were purchased by the Boch family and will also include the Citi Performing Arts Center being renamed as the Wang Theatre at the Boch Center.
The Edward A. Hatch Memorial Shell (commonly referred to as the "Hatch Shell") is an outdoor concert venue on the Charles River Esplanade in the Back Bay section of Boston, Massachusetts.The Hatch Shell is best known for hosting the Boston Pops Orchestra annually for the Boston Fourth of July celebration, but is also used for free concerts most weekends and many weeknights during the summer months. The grass pavilion in front of the stage has no permanent seating. There is a memorial nearby to Arthur Fiedler, first permanent conductor of the Pops.HistoryThe original, wooden shell was built in 1928 as a temporary venue for the Pops with expectations of construction of a permanent structure in the near future. It was first used for a concert on July 4, 1929, with Arthur Fiedler conducting the Boston Pops Orchestra. A second, temporary shell, made of metal, was built in 1934, but owing to sparse funding throughout the Great Depression, construction of a permanent Hatch Shell was delayed until 1939-1940. Today's permanent shell was designed by architect Richard J. Shaw, given by Maria Hatch in memory of her brother, and dedicated on July 2, 1940. In preparation for its 50th anniversary in 1991, it underwent significant renovation and repair along with modernization of its acoustics by Boston architecture firm Finegold Alexander. Bostonian Howard Brickman, a master craftsman specializing in wood floors, re-created the intricate interior paneling of the shell by hand.
The prototypical nightspot fashioned by Pasha Entertainment and Interior Design by John Stefanon of JFS Design Studio, ICON blends the appeal of a high-energy nightclub and an ultra exclusive lounge and is redefining nightlife in Boston. With over 7,000 square feet of extraordinary design and extravagant décor as well as a state of the art sound and lighting system, ICON promises an exciting and over-the-top experience for the discerning dance music enthusiast.
Smith & Wollensky Boston Back Bay SteakhouseDistance: 0.6 miCompetitive Analysis 101 Arlington St (At the Intersection of Columbus and Arlington Streets) Boston, MA 02116 (617) 423-1112
Dine or entertain like royalty in Boston’s most famous castle.
Indulge your senses and sense of history with the unique dining experience of our Boston fine dining steakhouse and special events venue. Located in a historic stone and brick “castle” built in 1891, the structure originally served as the headquarters for the First Corps of Cadets and is listed on the National Historic Register. The first floor gunroom, social hall, and museum floor have been converted to the main dining room. The castle also boasts an impressive collection of private dining rooms, and the fourth floor Battle Room is one of Boston’s most coveted locations for large parties. Create a memorable evening by requesting our “behind the scenes” tour.
The Castle at Park Plaza is a unique special event and conference venue in Boston's Back Bay located on Columbus Avenue and Arlington Street.
The building was originally an armory for the First Corps of Cadets, a Massachusetts military organization established in 1741. This designated National Historic Landmark has hosted some of Boston most exclusive events over the years. With 14,642 square feet this expansive one room venue is spacious and versatile, perfect for expositions, conferences, tradeshows, theater productions, galas, receptions and banquets.
Soaring ceiling height offers an open feel to the space, with existing dimmable lighting. The ceiling provides extensive rigging points to hang truss and lighting, audio or décor. Brick and wrought iron detail add to the historical look and feel of the space while also providing a blank slate for design and branding.
The Colonial Theatre is the oldest continually-operating theatre in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Designed by the architectural firm of Clarence Blackall and paid for by Frederick Lothrop Ames, Jr., the theatre first opened its doors for a performance of Ben-Hur on December 20, 1900. Ben-Hur operated with a cast and crew of 350 people and featured eight live horses on stage in full gallop during the chariot race scene. The play was so mechanically and technically extraordinary, it was featured on the cover of Scientific American. It is located at 106 Boylston Street on Boston Common at the former site of the Boston Public Library. It is a pending Boston Landmark.ShowsThe Colonial has long been used to house both touring productions of Broadway shows, and to preview shows before their Broadway debuts. Notable shows which previewed at the Colonial before opening on Broadway include:Present dayIn the 1990s, Colonial president Jon Platt led a renovation of the Colonial. In 1998, Platt sold his Boston theater interests to SFX Entertainment (now Live Nation). In 2003, Emerson College leased the building with an option to purchase it.
House of Blues Boston Special EventsDistance: 0.9 miCompetitive Analysis 15 Lansdowne St Boston, MA 02215
From commemorative co-branded House of Blues merchandise, customized gobo lights, interactive entertainment and creative decor options, House of Blues Boston’s versatility can perfectly complement your private event objectives. House of Blues and Live Nation bring knowledge, experience and event planning style, helping you create an everlasting special event to remember.
Entire Music Hall:
Reception Capacity: 1800
Banquet Capacity: 300
Theater SeatingCapacity: 680
Main Floor Music Hall:
Reception Capacity: 1200
Banquet Capacity: 200
Theater Seating Capacity: 400
Mezzanine Level Music Hall:
Reception Capacity: 300
Banquet Capacity: 100
Reception Level: n/a
Banquet Capacity: 286
Entire Foundation Room: 250
Foundation Dining Room: 75
Foundation Room Lounge: 150
Foundation Media Room: 25
Entire Venue: 2200
Fenway Park is a baseball park located in Boston, Massachusetts, at 4 Yawkey Way near Kenmore Square. Since 1912, it has been the location for the Boston Red Sox, the city's Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise. It is the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball.Because of its age and constrained location in Boston's dense Fenway–Kenmore neighborhood, the park has been renovated or expanded many times, resulting in quirky heterogeneous features including "The Triangle" (below), "Pesky's Pole", and the Green Monster in left field. It is the fourth smallest among MLB ballparks by seating capacity, second smallest by total capacity, and one of eight that cannot accommodate at least 40,000 spectators.Fenway has hosted the World Series ten times, with the Red Sox winning five of them, and the Braves (then of Boston) winning one. The first, in the park's inaugural season, was the 1912 World Series and the most recent was the 2013 World Series. Besides baseball games it has been the site of many other sporting and cultural events including professional football games for the Boston Redskins, Boston Yanks, and the Boston Patriots; concerts; soccer and hockey games; and political and religious campaigns.
Three different buildings in Boston, Massachusetts, have been known as the \"John Hancock Building\". All were built by the John Hancock Insurance companies. References to the John Hancock building usually refer to the 60-story, sleek glass building on Clarendon Street also known as the John Hancock Tower or Hancock Place.
Charlie's Sandwich Shoppe is a restaurant located in Boston's South End that is known for serving African-American jazz musicians during the era of segregated hotels, The walls of the diner are adorned with pictures of customers ranging from Sammy Davis, Jr. to Vice President Al Gore, former Red Sox Manager Bobby Valentine to Governor Deval Patrick. As a child, Sammy Davis, Jr used to tap dance in front of the restaurant for change.
Charlie's has been described as \"equal parts old-school diner and neighborhood coffee shop\" but among the locals, it is known for its breakfasts. It has been open since 1927 and has no bathrooms. There are only 32 seats, 13 of which lie along a counter across from wooden refrigerators purchased in 1927, used. Charlie's was open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for 32 straight years. When Charlie's finally decided to close on Sundays, nobody had a key, and one needed to be made.
Charlies's Sandwich Shoppe has won numerous awards over the years, culminating in the reception of a James Beard Foundation Award in 2005 in the category of Southern Wine & Spirits of NY America's Classics.,
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