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Anything from Spartan Race to Wedding Rehearsal
Located just minutes from NYC in beautiful Downtown Jersey City, our venue features 20 ft ceilings and over 6000 sq. ft of fun-filled event space. We are the perfect venue for private and corporate events with a unique space that can be customized to meet any of your event needs.
Large Meeting Space - Board Room Setting
We’ve opened the largest training space in New Jersey within 30 miles of downtown Jersey City.
Industries that will have high demand for our space include Insurance, Pharmaceuticals, Banking, Airlines, Technology, Consulting and other companies with training needs for up to thirty-six people.
Our training room is equipped with AirMedia wireless presentation, wireless microphone headset and complete AV system. Other features include three, 65” flat screen TVs, whiteboard wall, adjustable lighting, speaking acoustics
and ergonomic chairs for maximum comfort. Clients have an all inclusive access to a list of amenities, as well as catering services.
Gorgeous Gastropub with Caribbean Flavors BUYOUT
Threading a fine line between relaxed and refined, the food elevates the flavors of Caribbean home cooking in unique and thoughtful ways, and Alasdair’s drink program combines tropical flavors with the latest trends in cocktails. The hanging chairs, lush tropical wallpaper from Ghislaine Vinas, and the woven basket lights designed by the owner and made by the visually impaired in Port of Spain, Trinidad transport you far away from the everyday.
Caribbean Inspired Cocktail Bar Area
An oasis on Communipaw, this Gastropub is a beautifully mastered hospitality haven. Weathered steel and tall glass doors line the facade, giving it a Barclays Center appeal. While stepping inside, a beautifully refurbished bar from the 1940s catches your immediate attention. A subtly ornate piece of woodwork contrasts the tropical leaf wallpaper, which sits on the wall behind it. Moody lighting hosted by detail-oriented baskets hanging along the ceiling of the bar, each of which is purchased from blind Trinidadians who underwent a training process which taught them how to weave in order to gain an income for themselves and families.