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This venue is licensed. Licensed venues are typically for adults-only.
This venue allows minors. Venues that allow minors are great for kids birthday parties.
This venue has valet parking. Venues that provide valet parking are typically hotels and high-end golf courses.
This venue has free parking. Venues that provide free parking typically have adjacent parking lots.
This venue has free wifi. Venues that provide free wifi typically share a guest wifi password, or are within range of free public wifi services in the area.
This venue has a patio. Venues with patios are typically licensed.
This venue has a dress code. Venues with dress codes are typically higher end and cost more than others to book.
This venue has wheelchair access. Venues with wheelchair access typically include accessibility options inside and outside the venue.
This venue has a brunch menu. Venues with brunch menues typically have full kitchen and restaurant services available.
This venue has a set menu. Venues with set menus are often great choices for large parties.
This venue has gluten free options. Venues with gluten free options typically cater to vegan and vegetarian diets as well.
This venue can provide birthday cakes. Venues that provide birthday cakes typically do not let you bring your own.
This venue allows outside catering, meaning you can hire your own caterer separately. Venues that allow outside catering typically do not have their own in-house catering services.
This venue serves a buffet. Venues with buffets typically have full kitchen and restaurant services.
This venue has at least one boardroom. Venues with boardrooms are great for business meetings.
This venue has a projector and screen. Note that venues with projectors and screens typically require you to bring your own laptop or media device to connect.
This venue has a PA system. Venues with PA systems typically have sufficient audio and speakers for a DJ or dance, as well as a projector and screen.
This venue has drink specials.
This venue has imported beer. Venues with imported beer typically have a great selection of highballs, wine and spirits as well.
This venue has draft beer. Venues with draft beer typically have a great selection of highballs and spirits too.
This venue has a wine list. Venues with wine lists typically have a great selection of highballs, cocktails, spirits and imported beer.
This venue has corkage service. Venues with corkage service typically charge an extra fee.
This venue has champagne. Venues with champagne typically have a great wine list as well.
This venue has bottle service. Venues with bottle service are typically higher-end and more costly.
This venue has pool tables. Venues with pool tables are great for social gatherings and corporate parties.
This venue has dart boards. Venues with dart boards are typically casual venues, great for social gatherings.
This venue has bowling lanes. Venues with bowling lanes typically have video games as well.
Golf venues are typically outdoors but may also include indoor driving ranges or virtual relatity golf simulators.
This venue has arcade games. Venues with arcade games are usually informal, casual venues.
This venue has a DJ. Venues with DJs are perfect for adult parties including birthday parties.
This venue has live music. Venues with live music are great for adult parties.
This venue has a piano bar. Piano bar venues are popular for both intimate private parties as well as adult birthday parties, bachelor parties, and bachelorette parties.
This venue has live comedy. Live comedy venues are great for staff Christmas parties.
This venue has karaoke. Venues with karaoke are typically casual and informal venues, great for social events.
Adult birthday party venues are in abundance, but that does not necessarily make your planning any easier. When considering adult birthday party ideas, think about your venue first. Afterall, the location makes all the difference. Next, consider the number of guests you are going to invite. Lastly, consider the tone and style of the party you wish to host. For example, do you envision a stand-up mixer? A sit-down dinner? A all-out party drinking and dancing all night? Once you have defined your tone and style, you'll be able to short-list perfect birthday party venues.
Location is important because you want a neutral venue for all of your guests. Other location-related things to take into consideration are accessibility, parking, and neighboring venues or ammenities. The number of guests is important to know early on because you need to find venues that can fit the number of people you intend on inviting. Your venue will also need to know the number of guests so they can properly plan food and drink options, and ensure they can have an appropriate number of staff on hand to cater to your guests. The tone and style are important because not all venues are created equal. If your birthday party is going to be a wild one, consider starting at a restaurant and then moving next door to a pub, lounge or nightclub. If your birthday party is going to be a quiet and intimate affair, consider booking a private dining room in a restaurant, or a small private room in a hotel. Booking a hall for a birthday party is a good option if you're not really sure what the night holds. Halls offer you privacy and flexibility when it comes to indoor/outdoor use, table and seating arrangements, and food.
Planning a surprise birthday party? That can be fun and scary at the same time. There are so many things that can go wrong and cause your surprise party to fail. A surprise party comes with serious planning. Many people will most likely be excited at first that you are planning this party. The downside is that excitement doesn't usually last long. It may be hard to get and keep everyone on board. Another downhill when planning a surprise party is the fact that people have big mouths. Keeping the secret of your surprise party is probably the hardest part. It also is another reason why surprise parties fail so much. Try to stay away from internet invitations. This is the quickest way for someone to accidentally "tag" the guest of honor spoiling the surprise. Stick to paper invitations or word of mouth to keep tighter control on your party. What else could ruin your surprise party then if your guest of honor becomes sick. While you can't predict the future try to come up with a backup plan. One surefire way to ruin your surprise party is your guests showing up late. However, it's also worse if they show up at the same time. Make sure everyone knows they need to be there at a specific time or else wait until the surprise is over. There is nothing rude about holding your ground as the timing is the most important part. Lastly, the birthday party venue plays an important role. Ensure the staff and management area aware of the surprise so that they don't accidentally spoil it. For example, upon arrival you'll be devastated (after all your planning) to hear the hostess tell you that "your guests are already here" when you arrive at a restaurant for the surprise party. You'll even want to chose a venue that has alternate parking so that cars belonging to friends and family aren't spotted in the parking lot on the way in.