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Wedding Venues

Wedding Venues – You made a commitment, we’ll hold your hand.

The New Year has come and gone and as the early days of January unfold, we see in an influx of wedding inquiries. The start of the New Year has our recently engaged, ready to plan and Deborah Miller Catering is on call, excited to assist with venue searches, menu planning and all the design and imagination needed to produce your magical day. It’s our hope our website gives you a snapshot into our personality and a brief education on all that is possible. Read away, but never hesitate to call. Our events division can share so much and calling during the early stages of planning can set roots for a strong planning partnership.

501 Union Website Photo

501 Union


Metropolitan Building Wedding

Metropolitan Building Wedding


Where to start? The best way to begin is to have to have answers to the “basic three”.

The “Basic Three”

1. Have a list of your top three dates when calling to inquire about availability.
2. Have a rough idea of the number of guests you are inviting. This is critical because it will influence the budget and affect your venue choices.
3. Know your total budget - from soup to nuts. List everything that is important to you and put a dollar value next to it and then add 25% (everything costs more then you want!). And by everything, we mean invitations, dress, flowers, DJ, band, venue, caterer – the works!

Once you have the answer to the” basic three”, send inquiries. Knowledge is power so use the power of the internet to begin gathering critical information that will help define your choices. It may feel overwhelming at first but sit back, take a deep breath and remember, it’s a process. As you get out there and ask questions, things will begin to fall into place and you will hit your stride.

Metropolitan Pavilion

Metropolitan Pavilion

Midtown Loft & Terrace Venue Space without Tables

Midtown Loft & Terrace 

For those seeking an out of the box wedding, one of the first steps is finding a venue and in NYC there is no shortage of venues. In addition to the plethora of lofts and white box spaces, there are ballrooms, studios, halls, roof desks, old converted synagogues, and a converted sausage factory. We have our fair share of favorite venues, many of which are listed on our website.

The Glass House

The Glass Houses

Studio 450

Studio 450


There is a complex dynamic of vendors that need to come together to produce your evening of forever after and Deborah Miller catering has 20 years of NYC experience making dreams come true. Our Chef is a master of taking his team on the road, catering at spaces and places all around this great metropolis. Our team has mastered the art of navigating the city, detangling complex insurance requirements and serving elegant meals out of bare bone kitchens. We define ourselves by our passion and our personal connection to our clients – sharing in their joy and recognizing the honor of being a part of this momentous journey.

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