Offbeat New York wedding venues from real offbeat weddings #Reception Advice#art gallery#barn#castle#concert venue#garden#movie theater#museum#new york#new york city#park#theater#upstate new york#wedding venues February 29 2016 | Catherine Clark bijouxandbits Photo by Katrina Davis Photography Between Offbeat Bride readers, our archive of real weddings, and our Vendor Guide, we've seen a LOT of vendor recommendations. So we decided to start rounding up these nuggets of info sourced directly from our readers for a series of reader recommended vendor list posts. We're continuing on to another one of our largest markets: venues in New York City and the greater New York area. Let's take a look at who our readers have recommended, where they are located, and how you can contact them to get your New York venue search started. Note: these are for ALL budgets, so no guarantees that they'll all fit into yours. New York wedding venue resources: Offbeat Bride's New York vendor guide Offbeat Bride's archive of New York real weddings Offbeat Bride's archive of New York City real weddings Photo by Love In Theory Offbeat New York City wedding venues (and vicinity) The Manhattan Penthouse, New York, NY Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria Queens, New York Related Post Major shenanigans and a chic dress at this New York Chinatown wedding Mihai and Gabby were aiming for a mini tour of New York (and especially Chinatown!) to bookend their sweet city hall wedding and they absolutely... Read more Acqua Santa, Brooklyn, NY Picnic House, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, NY Jekyll & Hyde Club, Greenwich Village, New York City, NY Jade Asian Palace, Flushing, NY Deity, Brooklyn, NY t.b.d. beer garden in Brooklyn, NY Aurora Gallery, Queens, NY Douglaston Manor, Douglaston, Queens, NY Housing Works Bookstore, Brooklyn, NY Jazz Standard, New York City, New York Clover Club, Brooklyn, NY Helen Mills Theater, Chelsea, New York, NY Pier 60, Chelsea, New York, NY Related Post Lady Zombie & Ali Fangsmith's romantic subculture bash with fangs, leather, and fur If the title alone didn't already get you clickin' hardcore to see this wedding, let me fill you in a little bit more: leather corsets... Read more City Reliquary Museum, Brooklyn, NY Music Hall of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY Deity Lounge, Brooklyn, NY My Moon, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY The Bell House, Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Winery, Brooklyn, NY The Roulette, Brooklyn, NY Aleo Restaurant, New York City, NY Snug Harbor Gardens, Staten Island, NY The Dunwoodie Golf Course, Yonkers, NY Related Post Risa & Jon's purple-corseted, gender-quirked, barefoot wedding This pair wanted to have everything either be reused or reusable, including their AMAZING outfits. They also wanted an event that reflected their maker-style, love... Read more Housing Works Bookstore in Soho, New York City, NY Old Stone House, Brooklyn, NY DUMBO Loft, Brooklyn, NY Pratt Art Institute, Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture, Brooklyn, NY Littlefield, Brooklyn, NY Galapagos Art Space, Brooklyn, NY Radagast Hall & Biergarten, Brooklyn, NY Zum Stammstish, Queens, NY Knitting Factory, Brooklyn, NY Related Post Get ready to swoon at Lizzy & Derek's rainbow hair and mohawk at their gorgeous wedding It's not going to be hard to entice you to look at this wedding when the bride looks this glorious. Rainbow hair, a fabulous purple... Read more Tuffet, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY Greenpoint Loft, Brooklyn, NY Bat Haus, Brooklyn, NY Giando’s, Brooklyn, NY Long Island wedding venues The North Ritz Club, Syosset, NY The Cottage at the Milleridge Inn, Jericho, New York The Barn At Queens County Farm Museum, Floral Park, NY Long Island Aquarium and Exhibition Center, Riverhead, NY Photo by Ella Sophie Weddings Offbeat New York wedding venues (upstate and beyond) Asbury Hall (aka Ani DiFranco's Babeville), Buffalo, NY Related Post We're dreaming about this stunning rainy Catskills wedding Aubrey and Jake had their wedding at the Inn at West Settlement, located in the gorgeous Catskills. They braved a rainy day to have their... Read more Seneca Park Zoo in Rochester, NY Historic Catskill Point on the Hudson River in Catskill, NY Inn at West Settlement, located in the Catskills Full Moon Resort, Big Indian, NY, deep in The Catskills Rapids Theatre in Niagara Falls, NY Peek'n'Peak Ski Resort, Clymer, New York Palace Theatre, Albany, NY Burchfield Penny Art Center, Buffalo, NY Hotel Lafayette, Buffalo, NY Scotia Cinema, Scotia, NY Great Strides Walk for Cystic Fibrosis in Bowdoin Park, Wappinger's Falls, NY The Century House Hotel and Restaurant, Latham, NY Moresca Clothing Factory, Ulster Park, NY Locust Grove Estates, Poughkeepsie, NY The Haymount House, Briarcliff Manor, NY The Lodge Banquet Hall, Buffalo, NY The Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel, Poughkeepsie, NY Related Post Prepare to lose your shit over Dor & Josh's movie-themed wedding with epic movie posters and a Romy & Michelle first dance The movie posters in this wedding alone gave us the giggles and are SO worthy of a click here. Don't miss the bride's gorgeous reception... Read more Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, NY Rohbach Community Center, Ontario Beach Park, Rochester, NY Village Gate Square, Rochester, NY The Views at Mt Fuji, Hillburn, NY The Lower Mill Restaurant and Galleries, Honeoye Falls, NY Taughannock Falls State Park, near Ithaca, NY Woodcliff Hotel and Spa, Fairport, NY Alder Manor, Briarcliff Manor, NY FEAST at Round Hill, Washingtonville, NY Bayside Historical Society, Bayside, NY Bedford Historical Society, Bedford, NY Pat’s Barn, Troy, NY Molly Malone’s, Bay Shore, NY Related Post Barbara & Ned's vintage travel wedding will give you wanderlust This pair knew that they wanted to have a wedding that was a reflection of their love for travel. The groom wanted a wedding on... Read more Miller Beach Surf Club, Miller Place, NY Blue Hill at Stone Barns, Tarrytown, NY Terra Cotta, Binghamton, NY Camp Wendy (a functioning Girl Scout camp!), Walkill NY Opus 40, Saugerties, NY Basillica Hudson, Hudson, NY Helsinki Hudson, Hudson, NY Mohonk Mountain House, New Paltz, NY Clermont Historic Site, Germantown, NY Franklin Plaza, Troy, NY NY State Museum, Albany, NY Gideon Putnam Hotel, Saratoga Springs, NY Related Post Maria & Bob's snowboarding ski resort wedding A wedding in New York in the middle of winter? Snowboarding in a tux and a wedding dress?! Meh, you guys know how we roll.... Read more Buhrmaster Barn at the Pruyn House, Latham, NY Brown’s Revolution Hall, Troy, NY Greystone Castle, Canastota, NY Kallet Civic Center, Oneida, NY What favorite New York wedding venue should we add to this list? Where are you having your New York wedding? Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Catherine Clark Catherine Clark is Offbeat Bride's Senior Editor. In her spare time she loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur baby, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS From 6 months in Costa Rica to a foodie trip to Japan: 4 real honeymoons planned with a honeymoon registry NEXT Find out how LARPers crashed this backyard vegan wedding Show/Hide comments [ 2 ] Love that this page exists! I checked out many of these venues before booking one, although I didn’t get a particularly quirky, offbeat, or different vibe from many of them. I’d caution any OFBs that some of these are among the most expensive venues out there! I’d recommend looking at NYC’s studios and rehearsal venues for affordable, flexible spaces that let you bring in your own catering and figure out your own vision, and also exploring many of the gorgeous and unusual nonprofits throughout the city. Many, if not most, are thrilled to rent out their spaces. Reply Just an FYI for anyone interested, Haymount House is under new ownership and is now called 'The Briarcliff Manor'. It's beautiful inside and the staff were very nice when we were getting information. We ended up going with C.V. Rich Mansion in White Plains which I HIGHLY recommend any local brides have a look at. They have a lot of menu/ budget options and can adjust to fit small or large weddings comfortably. The mansion has a really beautiful home-y and slightly vintage feel and I'm so so excited to have our wedding there this year. Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. 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