Brooklyn Winery Holiday Party FAQs
Yes! We are currently booking small 2020 events and larger events into 2021. Contact us today to learn more about our event packages and availability, or to schedule a virtual or in person tour.
We are conducting both in person and virtual tours of our venue. Contact us today to learn more about our event packages and availability.
Hosting a band or DJ at the Brooklyn Winery is dependent on the event space and nature of your celebration. Please visit our Preferred Partners page for DJs and bands who are familiar with and have worked successfully in our space. For live bands, we recommend 5 to 6 pieces only for optimal use of the space.
Although we do not serve hard liquor in our main wine bar, we are fully capable of serving either liquor and/or mixed drinks at your event. Our premium liquor package includes top shelf vodka, gin, rum, scotch, bourbon, and whiskey.
We do allow for an iPod hook-up to play music during private events, dependant on the event space you are hosting in. Brooklyn Winery can also provide the music and has a variety of playlists specifically designed for our private parties; they work perfectly for ambient, background music!
Yes, of course! We only ask for no decorations that would include confetti and that nothing is hung from the walls. If you plan to bring in flower arrangements, please ensure that they are brought into the space in vases or vessels. For a list of our recommended florists, please visit our Preferred Partners page.
Service charges relate directly to the execution of an event. Any gratuity for event staff would be additional and at your discretion.
Yes! You're welcome to bring in a cake or other desserts to supplement the assorted mini bites included with your package. We will add the items to the spread.
Street parking is fairly easy, as we are located in a residential neighborhood. We recommend one of two lots within short walking distance from the Winery. There are also two MTP Parking Lots within walking distance located at:
568 Union Avenue [between Frost Street + Richardson Street]
544 Union Avenue [between Frost Street + Withers Street]