Showing clients and attendees a good time while they visit your city isn’t always easy. Standard tourist attractions can get stale and group happy hours and dinners are sometimes just not enough to ‘wow’ the group. SuiteHop, an online platform that allows users to directly book entire suites or individual seats in suites that would have otherwise gone unused, has unique access to ultra-exclusive suites at hard to get into events.
The folks at Oregon-based Rogue Ales & Spirits have capitalized on a hot condiment hailed by hipsters and food aficionados alike, introducing the Rogue Sriracha Hot Stout Beer, brewed with that curious condiment that some call “rooster sauce,” thanks to the rooster emblazoned on the bottle. Sriracha is actually just a magic mix of hot sauce, distilled vinegar, garlic, sugar and salt.
We rounded up a list of top breweries with event space from each one of our magazines’ 10 regions.
Pyramid Breweries, Berkeley
Oregon Health & Science University has announced a $7.5 million investment in the renovation of Portland State University’s Peter W. Stott Recreation Center. The center—which is now home to health and physical education classes and intramural sports—will be renamed the Viking Pavilion and Academic Center and will include a public venue with seating for up to 5,000, in addition to expanded class and study space.
Walla Walla, Washington, welcomed the luxury Marcus Whitman Hotel in 1928, and it was the pride of the southeastern Washington community for years, hosting dignitaries and celebrities alike. The hotel fell into disrepair in the 1970s, and languished until 1999 when businessman Kyle Mussman purchased it, spending more than $30 million in renovations. It reopened in 2001.
There is nothing better than discovering a new venue that will really wow the guests of your next event, especially when those venues are located in some of the most popular places around the country. Here at M+E, we’ve searched to find the hottest and most modern venues of the 2015 season. Let’s take a look at these new, state of the art spaces that are perfect for conducting business, throwing a party or socializing with friends or colleagues.
1). First off, we start in the city of fame, entertainment and stars: Los Angeles, California.
It’s time to shake off those winter blues and jazz up your next event at one of these 10 new Philly venues. Bonus: They might just help you forget the dreary outdoors.
Courtesy of Visit Philadelphia
With old-school gaming systems, a dance floor and slider versions of the adjoining Lunchbox Laboratory’s burgers available, it’s no wonder The Event Lab is a popular choice for corporate events or private parties.
WITH AN ABUNDANCE OF FLOOR AREA, plenty of separate meeting rooms and hotels rooms, convention centers are ideal for large groups in need of space to sprawl. There are many standouts across the nation, but this list from meetingsource.com takes a look at the best in the business. These 25 convention centers have the most convention visits, according to a report from the Travel Industry Association of America, the National Business Travel Association and the Institute of Business Travel Management. Looking for an exciting venue in a busy city?
A new look is in store for Idaho’s renowned Sun Valley Resort as the historic Sun Valley Lodge undergoes an extensive makeover. The reimagining of the spaces will be courtesy of the Boston design firm Frank Nicholson Inc. and local architects Ruscitto, Latham, Blanton. Renovations include: