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11 New Venues in Boston for Sprin

11 New Venues in Boston for Spring 2024 Meetings and Events

Here’s a closer look at Boston’s newest eateries, drinking spots, hotels, conference areas, private rooms, and other spaces available for events this spring. The new and renovated Boston area venues are available for corporate parties, weddings, fundraisers, outdoor functions, business dinners, team-building activities, conferences, meetings, and more.

Wyndhurst Mansion

Tucked away in picturesque Lenox on the Miraval Berkshires Resort & Spa property, Wyndhurst Mansion is a former Gilded Age estate that’s been reinvented as a stunning destination. Boasting more than 20,000 square feet of indoor-outdoor function space, the Wyndhurst has a variety of options for private events. The recent upgrades, which were completed in August, include updates to its five standard rooms and five suites, as well as the outdoor gathering spaces and 1894 Restaurant. The grand ballroom, which measures 2,750 square feet, accommodates 204 guests.

W Hotel Boston

Located in Boston’s Theater District, W Hotel Boston just completed a multimillion-dollar renovation of its 5,000-square-foot meeting and event space. Featuring large-scale graphic artwork by Boston artist Cedric Douglas, the spaces blend organic textures, wood, and granite elements. The largest room, the 1,900-square-foot Great Room, features 15-foot ceilings and accommodates as many as 200 guests. However, there are also several smaller spaces, including five studios, which range from 350 to 530 square feet. Equipped with full AV capabilities, W Hotel Boston provides speedy Wi-Fi, customizable menus, and ergonomic memory foam padded chairs.

Blind Duck

Towering high on the 17th floor of Raffles Boston, Blind Duck opened in December. Elegant yet welcoming, the 1,500-square-foot speakeasy is spread throughout two floors and accommodates as many as 96 guests for a reception-style event, or 80 seated. Available for full buyouts outside of traditional business hours, they serve up custom cocktails like the El Jardinero, made with the venue’s very own Blind Duck gin, cucumber juice, clarified tomato juice, and tarragon-infused St-Germain. While there are no video capabilities, screens and projectors can be rented based on event requirements. The venue’s existing audio system can also be used.

Hilton Boston Park Plaza

One of Boston’s most iconic properties, the 1,060-room historic hotel became Hilton Boston Park Plaza in October. Featuring 70,000 square feet of meeting and event space, its most famed gathering area is the 13,215-square-foot Grand Ballroom. Boasting floor-to-ceiling windows, original Baccarat crystal chandeliers, and ornate balconies, the space accommodates as many as 2,200 guests in a variety of formations. The hotel has a total of 35 meeting rooms and three ballrooms, and features full AV capabilities.

Puttshack Natick

Featuring three nine-hole mini-golf courses, Puttshack Natick is the latest location of the tech-infused mini-golf experience. Available for full or partial buyouts, it opened in Natick Mall in February. Measuring 22,000 square feet and spread across two floors, it features a dining area and full-service bar on each floor, as well as an outdoor patio and semiprivate seating options. The first floor, which measures 7,983 square feet, can accommodate 75 guests for a private event, while the second level, which measures 13,787 square feet, accommodates 125.

The Artisan Hotel at Tuscan Village

A 165-room boutique hotel tucked in Salem’s Tuscan Village, The Artisan Hotel opened in October. With 12,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space, there are endless opportunities to create your own custom event. The 3,970-square-foot grand ballroom can accommodate groups ranging from 115 to 350 in a variety of formations. There are also several other spaces, including the 3,378-square-foot fifth-floor rooftop, which accommodates 300 guests for a reception. The rooftop features a 500-square-foot private dining room that accommodates 20 guests. The Artisan Hotel at Tuscan Village is equipped with full AV capabilities.

Eastern Standard

One of Boston’s most beloved restaurants, Eastern Standard reopened in its new location at Bower, Fenway Center’s mixed-use residential complex, in October 2023. Back with its beloved craft cocktails and brasserie-style menu, the 8,000-square-foot venue is available for both semiprivate and private events that accommodate groups ranging from 15 to 300. The main dining room accommodates 160 seated guests, while there’s also a 23-seat white marble bar and 65-seat outdoor patio. A 48-seat private dining room, which measures 680 square feet, features a projector and wall plates for a band or DJ to connect to the state-of-the-art sound system designed and installed by John Lyons Systems. Get the burger if you know what’s good for you.

Seamark Seafood & Cocktails

Set to open in April, Seamark Seafood & Cocktails will be tucked inside Encore Boston Harbor. Serving elevated New England seafood favorites, the 217-seat restaurant, which measures 5,400 square feet, features a welcoming nautical environment. The main dining room, which measures 1,550 square feet, accommodates 86 seated guests or 110 for a cocktail-style event. A private dining room known as the State Room measures 323 square feet and welcomes 39 seated guests or 50 standing. A private dining room called Old Wives Tale, which currently functions as a speakeasy, measures 450 square feet and accommodates 16 seated guests or 25 standing. There’s also a 1,078-square-foot showcase bar and lounge, which welcomes 42 seated guests or 72 standing, as well as a 920-square-foot terrace that accommodates 34 seated or 50 standing. The restaurant will have full AV capabilities for private events and meetings.

Good Company

Charlestown “farm-to-glass” cocktail bar Good Company opened in November. Unique and creative, its mixologists serve up drinks like the Strawberry Roots, a mix of Del Maguey mezcal, strawberry-beet amaro, pickled beets, dill, roasted celeriac, and fermented garlic honey. The 1,700-square-foot space accommodates 40 seated guests or 60 for a cocktail-style function. There’s also a 22-seat patio, which measures 500 square feet. While there’s no AV hookup, Good Company can connect to Spotify and Wi-Fi.

Davio’s Back Bay

A staple of Boston’s dining scene, Davio’s Back Bay completed a renovation of its private dining spaces in December. Accommodating groups ranging from 10 to 300, the Northern Italian steakhouse welcomes 15 to 30 guests in several different spaces, including the 435-square-foot wine room. There’s also the 8,480-square-foot adjacent atrium space, which welcomes 200 seated guests or 800 for a reception. Davio’s is equipped with full AV capabilities.

Drawdown Brewing Company

An LGBTQ+ and woman-owned brewery in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston, Drawdown Brewing Company opened in December and will start hosting events this spring. Featuring an industrial interior and movable seating for flexible setup options, the 2,500-square-foot space is divided into two sections: the 1,300-square-foot brewing area and 1,200 square feet designated for meetings and social gatherings for as many as 90 people. The space also offers three 65-inch flat-screen TVs that can be connected to any device to show and promote relevant content to guests.

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