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SuperHost
Full Service Vibrant Event Venue
  • $675/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
Host your event in our spacious loft with a unique mezzanine and high ceiling. This customizable space is one block up from Union Square. Suitable For: CORPORATE EVENTS FASHION PRESENTATIONS SOCIAL GATHERINGS WEDDING RECEPTIONS FILM SCREENINGS FUNDRAISING SPECS: 2500 sq. ft. 16-ft high ceiling 12-ft high windows 350 sq. ft. mezzanine 2 bathrooms AMENITIES INCLUDED: Studio Manager Open Kitchen Tables for Bar & Food Setup 3 Cocktail Tables 19’ x 14’ HD Digital Projector Professional Sound System Basic Lighting With Color 25 Chairs Secure, High Speed Wifi CAPACITY: 150 for a standing cocktail event, 75 in theater style seating, 70 runway style, 55 round table style, or 28 in horseshoe style seating. OPTIONAL AMENITIES: Coat Racks & Hangers Bar Staff, Security Furniture Catering Photography MORE ABOUT THIS LOCATION Founded in 1999, we are in a historic landmark built in 1868 on Broadway in Union Square. This space also functions as a photography studio. Union Square is a lively neighborhood centrally located in the heart of New York City. TRAINS: 1-2-3-N-R-Q-4-5-6 BOOKING MUST INCLUDE MIN 2-HR FOR SETUP AND CLEANUP. Pasts clients include: UNILEVER, CHASE MANHATTAN, ESPN, MTV, FUJI TV, SAATCHI AND SAATCHI, KETTLE ONE VODKA, L'OREAL, UNDER ARMOUR, TOM FORD, REBECCA MINKOFF, THE BODY SHOP and more. **Photographs are from past events where clients requested custom furniture to be rented. Pricing does not include custom furniture. We will quote your pricing after discussing your needs. Security Deposit: $2000
SuperHost
Industrial and Vintage Brooklyn Kitchen Loft
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
This kitchen is a wonderful space for photo and video shoots, cooking classes, workshops, and more. It is a bright 600 square feet, with 14 foot ceilings and a bank of tall windows open to the sky. It is air-conditioned and/or heated. The kitchen contains: a commercial Garland 6 burner stove 5 burner gas range two-basin sink 10-tray speed rack knives and cutting boards mixer, food processor, blender rolling pins, and a full stock of smallwares assorted kitchen/dining props There are three prep tables for use, two of which are on wheels and have extra large, beautifully stained, wood surfaces, especially great for tabletop shoots. Additionally, we have 4, 6-foot folding tables. The entrance to the space is great for equipment and prop set up, make up and dressing stations, craft services/snacks. There are two multi-stall public bathrooms around the corner, down the hall. While the space is excellent for food shoots, please note it has a more industrial than residential look. There is plenty of blank wall, however, to add your own style elements. And a ton of natural light, all day. Neighborhood conveniences include several grocery stores, hardware stores, as well as great restaurants within delivery range. Public transportation--subway and bus--is excellent. Parking in the evening and on the weekends is easy. There is a parking lot 5 blocks away. There are two self-operating freight elevators. The building itself is quiet; home to amazing artists, collectors, and small manufacturers. We love it here--you will, too. Rules: It is the renter's responsibility to make sure the building and studio space are well maintained and cleaned, including returning items to their original place, washing all used dishes, and wiping down dirtied surfaces. We love our space and take great care of it; we hope you'll do the same. Please, no smoking.
SuperHost
Cozy Studio Space In So Ho
  • $150/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
Our warm space features a lobby with exposed brick, hardwood floors, and a beautiful Sputnik Chandelier that makes a great first impression for clients or staff. The main room is lined with custom designed pillow-topped benches, and soft, eclectic rugs cover the floor creating the perfect quiet space for your needs. There are two desks, and a mix of bench and floor seating for up to 40 people. Through the gold curtains is our kitchenette with filtered water, a mini fridge and a dishwasher. The space is just over 1,000 sq ft, has wifi, and is on the second floor of the building. There is an elevator, as well as security in the front of the building. We are only steps away from the Broadway-Lafayette trains (B D, F, & M), the Bleecker St. 6 train, and the Prince Street R & W trains.
SuperHost
Coworking Space For Performing Artists
  • $250/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
Our space is an amazing coworking space for performing artists right in the middle of Hell's Kitchen. We have one big room and 2 large rooms that are all connected. There is great light and windows on all four walls!
SuperHost
Private Homey Banquet Style Event Space
  • $1000/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
Our private room is the perfect space for baby showers, bridal showers, birthday parties, engagement parties, get-togethers, corporate events, brand launches, and meetings. Details: formal seating for 24 guests standing room for 30 guests intimate event space two large banquet style tables home-like vibe & atmosphere visibility to open concept kitchen assorted vintage flatware & decor curated menu custom design & printed menu full liquor license & bar packages available Space hire includes: all staffing full private hire of our salle a manger 30 min prior access for set up all vintage flatware & displays custom menu printing & logo design Pricing: Monday to Wednesday 8am to 11am space hire - $0 minimum food & drink spend - $1000 total minimum spend - $1000 11am to 3pm space - $1000 minimum food & drink spend - $1500 total minimum spend - $2500 3pm to 6pm space - $500 minimum food & drink spend - $1000 total minimum spend - $1500 Thursday and Friday 8am to 11am space - $500 minimum food & drink spend - $1000 total minimum spend - $1500 11am to 3pm space - $1500 minimum food & drink spend - $1500 total minimum spend - $3000 3pm to 6pm space - $1000 minimum food & drink spend - $1000 total minimum spend - $2000 Saturday & Sunday 8am to 11am space - $1000 minimum food & drink spend - $1000 total minimum spend - $2000 11am to 3pm space - $1500 minimum food & drink spend - $1500 total minimum spend - $3000 3pm to 6pm space - $1000 minimum food & drink spend - $1000 total minimum spend - $2000
SuperHost
Event Space for Production, Film, Art Exhibits
  • $500/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
Located at 110 Rivington Street in the heart of Manhattan’s Lower East Side, the venue is a minimalist designed space, with soaring 17 foot ceilings ~ the perfect environs for lounging, catching up with friends, and gatherings at a table for two, or in a cozy section on one of our sofas. Our Hanoi Lychee Martini rates among the best in town. And with more than 1.5 million of them served since 2001, it is easy to see how it continues to be one of the most talked about cocktails in New York City. Verlaine’s tapas & small plates selections will please those seeking a lite bite. All of our selections are made fresh daily and are served throughout the evening. We look forward to seeing you soon.
SuperHost
Stunning Event Space in Huge Renovated Church
  • $450/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
Photo Shoots, Filming, Weddings, Team Building, Dinner Parties and more. 35 person capacity. Welcome to our unique space. Once a local church, this building has undergone extensive renovations. With a professional sound system (and in-house soundboard), a projector, and 4 full floors, this church converted house is the perfect space for your next event. By booking our events space you agree to abide by the house rules. Note: The bedrooms and office areas will be out of bounds but available for an additional fee.
SuperHost
Museum 3rd Fl Loft Space
  • $250/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
The Museum’s third floor loft is the perfect place to host your next special event. The space may be rented by individuals, businesses and organizations for meetings, birthday parties, weddings and more! The loft space features hardwood floors, 12 foot ceilings, exposed brick walls, a vast expanse of southern facing windows and an equipped kitchen. During your special event, you and your guests are welcome to visit the two exhibition floors of the Museum and party in the third floor loft.
SuperHost
Wellness Location
  • $750/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
Located in Manhattan, few minutes walk away from Union Square Station and Parsons School.
SuperHost
Studio Kitchen and Event Space w/ catering kitchen
  • $200/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • New York, NY
Our facility combines a "front of house" event space, featuring dining space and a studio kitchen, with a "back of house" commercial kitchen space with stations that are rentable by the hour for an additional fee. These commercial kitchen stations can be used to conveniently support any events or production activity that occurs in the front of house. The event space is 300 sq ft and the kitchen stations vary in size.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the price range for Cooking Class spaces in New York, NY?

The price differs based on the length of rental, but majorly 1-hour booking will be in the range of $150 to $1000

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About New York

New York is known for many things; it's a great place to live, work, and go on a round-the-world gastronomic trip. With a population of folks who originally hail from different parts of the globe, the food scene in NYC is equally diverse and delightful.

The vast culinary landscape includes traditional fine-dining establishments, charming spots that serve ethnic cuisine, and food trucks that serve delectable selections of comfort food. The Big Apple was the site where the nation's first pizzeria opened its doors in 1895. You'll hear economists talking about the pizza principle which refers to how the price of a slice of pizza is the same as a single subway ticket, and it's been the same case for over five decades.

There's so much more that could be said about the city's food scene, but it goes to show that you are making the right decision when renting a cooking class space in New York.

Cooking Class Options in New York

Perhaps you are organizing a cooking class as part of a social gathering or as a way of getting your foot into the culinary business. Fortunately, the lists of local professionals know precisely how to pull off a successful cooking class in New York.

  • Decorations
    Foodies typically enjoy hosting a cooking class as a way of celebrating birthdays and other special events. If that's the case, you can get engraved cutlery, napkins, and other decorations from the supply stores in New York.

  • Professional Chefs
    It helps to have a professional chef oversee a cooking class, particularly if you are not exactly skilled in that department. Your guests will appreciate accessing knowledge from a professional and it also serves as yet another marketing angle you can use to attract people to your event.

  • Photography
    If you are working on a cookbook and want to practically showcase the process of crafting your creations, then you should also have a professional photographer on board. They can snap the picture-perfect photos needed to market your upcoming bestseller.

  • Event Rentals
    Perhaps you are filming a cooking class for an upcoming TV show or hosting one as part of the marketing efforts for a food-related product you are about to launch. In each case, a trip to the event rental stores in New York will help you access various items rangings from cutlery to linens.

  • Cleaning Services
    Depending on your arrangement with the management of the cooking class space in New York, you might need to handle the clean-up process. There are lists of professional cleaners in New York who can do the heavy lifting.

Cooking Class Companies in New York

Most tourists often want to sample a city's favorite dishes and in the case of locals, a majority get to the point when they want to hone their cooking skills. In either case, attending cooking classes in New York is a sound decision. There are plenty of local businesses that can help you organize a successful event.

  • NYC Event Pro
    NYC Event Pro is the strategic partner you need when organizing a birthday party or brand popup. They excel at creating branded experiences alongside offering management and project development services. From accessing permits and licenses to hiring the right vendors; NYC Event Pro can help.

  • Broadway Party Rentals
    Broadway Party Rentals approach every job as a partnership and in turn deliver services that strive to make every event an occasion to remember. Their catalog of rentals includes linens, glassware, tiered stands, chafing dishes, and sanitation products.

  • Elite Service Group LLC
    Established in 2005, this woman-owned business is driven by the simple principle of providing professional cleaning services. The Elite Service Group LLC provides general cleaning, floor care, window cleaning, handyman services, and supplies.

Pros and Cons of Cooking Classes in New York

Movies and TV shows have glamorized the Big Apple to the point of making it seem like a city with few shortcomings. Before you lock down a cooking class space in New York it's best to find out about the benefits and challenges you'll encounter along the way.

Advantages

  • Diversity
    New York is a melting pot of cultures, lifestyles, people, and food. The multi-cultural population influences the city's food scene making it undoubtedly the perfect place to host a cooking class.

  • The food
    You've probably heard folks rave about the food in New York. Whether you have a penchant for comfort food or internationally-inspired dishes; you'll find it all in the city. It's another reason why the city is the perfect place to host a cooking class.

  • A thriving arts scene
    The Big Apple is home to a thriving Broadway scene, the acclaimed NYC Ballet, and scores of fascinating museums. The rich arts scene presents plenty of inspirations for a themed cooking class.

  • It's easy to navigate
    New York provides lists of options when it comes to transportation. The subway system is extensive and reliable while most places are within a walking distance. Accessibility will give you an upper hand when organizing a cooking class that runs for several days or weeks.

  • The social scene
    The Big Apple is a great place to network with lots of opportunities all around town allowing you to mingle with like-minded people. Your cooking class will equally be another event that most folks will look forward to attending.

Disadvantages

  • The weather
    You can beat the weather extremities by choosing an engagement party venue that is well ventilated and includes cooling/heating systems. It's better to choose an indoor venue even during the spring and fall months because the weather is quite unpredictable.

  • It's costly
    You'll want to grab any available discount because putting together a cooking class can become a costly affair. Whether you are charging participants or not, keeping everything pocket-friendly will attract more participants.

  • Traffic
    If your cooking class is pegged on attendance, you might have a difficult time convincing folks to attend if it means getting caught up in traffic. Choose a convenient cooking class space in New York and also schedule classes when participants are less likely to encounter terrible traffic.

  • The competitive atmosphere
    With 8.4 million people living in NYC, it's easy to see why there's fierce competition for jobs. You'll face a similar problem when putting together a cooking class and your marketing efforts should be compelling enough to attract the right crowd.

  • The city is overcrowded
    The huge population and throngs of tourists who visit at any given time make NYC quite an overcrowded city. Have this in mind when scouring around the city for a cooking class space because participants won't want to navigate queues and crowds.

  • NYC is dirty
    Most people are surprised at how some parts of NYC are quite dirty. You won't do your cooking class any justice if you go for a location in a neighborhood that is less than savory.

Famous Locations in New York

  • Empire State Building
    The Empire State Building stands as one of the city's iconic landmarks and a major tourist attraction. Standing at 381-meter-tall, it's amongst the world's tallest buildings, and in fact, it was the tallest before the World Trade Center took over the mantle.

  • Fifth Avenue
    Fifth Avenue is a globally recognized premier shopping area lined up with big-name brand stores. From Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany, Cartier, and the Apple Store; the posh avenue is worth a visit even if only to window shop.

  • The Frick Collection
    A 1900s mansion houses the famous Frick Collection which includes furniture, porcelain, and paintings displayed across sixteen galleries. Henry Clay Frick donated the building alongside its original collection to the city.