284 3rd Ave,
Brooklyn, NY 11215
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Average Base Cost: $12,000
Our average base cost for a wedding at The Pines is calculated by figuring an 60-person guest list for a Saturday night ceremony/reception using a food/beverage cost of $150/pp. Entertainment, flowers, furniture, additional decorations and rentals, transportation, and photography are not included. Price is rounded up to the nearest thousand. Gratuity and sales tax is included.
*Prices subject to change
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How it breaks down:
Note: Pricing includes the exclusive use of the dining room and backyard garden for 4 hours. Additional time can be arranged.
Food/Beverage: Dinner includes 3 passed hors d’oeuvres, 3 savory courses TBD, 1 dessert course.
• Family style served at table $95/person
• Individually plated (courses TBD) starts at $120/person
• Choice of 3 different beverage options:
- Cash bar, pay per drink
- Craft beer, red and white natural wine, soft beverages $30/person
- All of the above, plus 2 signature cocktails $45/person
• 8.875% NYC sales tax applies
• 20% service charge
• Extra staffing fees applied for parties of 50 or more
Space Type: Inside/Outside
Size: Room for 40 guests inside and 40 outside in the garden
Bridal Suite: No
Parking: Limited street parking
How Will Grandma Get There? There is a subway stop (D/N/R) a block from The Pines. Guests can stay in NYC or in nearby hotels such as the boutique Hotel Le Bleu.
Party On! Events can go until midnight. The party can stay in the garden until 11, but because of the neighbors would have to be moved inside for the last hour. If the tables were cleared out there could be a dance floor with room for 60-70.
Executive Chef John Poiarkoff has created a “modern interpretation of American cooking” at The Pines, featuring seasonal and house-made ingredients as well as being one of the only restaurants in the country that offers ONLY natural wines. (we’re a fan!). You can read a review of the restaurant over at The New York Times.
Woman Getting Married Says:
This is definitely the antithesis of a wedding factory. In fact, I’ve only seen photos of one wedding here. But I think this place could be a gem. It’s quirky and unique and extremely laid-back without sacrificing style. It’s also got that urban botanical vibe which feels like quintessential Brooklyn. My only concern is the size. While they can accommodate 70 people I would opt to keep it closer to 60.