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4 Historic Venues to Host Your Wedding Day in Downtown Buffalo

Lifestyle, Weddings

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Written by SOB Creative

Published on February 27, 2023

This article is a paid promotion sponsored by an SOB advertiser and designed to share valuable info with our readers.

Photo courtesy of Pearl Street Catering

Want to know a little-known secret about planning a wedding in Western New York? Our region’s rich history and romantic architecture work together to provide an incredibly unique backdrop for any celebration of love. 

So if you’re scoping out the right Buffalo wedding venue for your big day, do yourself a favor and check out Pearl Street’s four (yes, four!) historic locations.


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Photo x Joshua R Ketry, courtesy of Pearl Street Catering

In case you didn’t know, Pearl Street is one of the most popular wedding venues and catering combination options in the area for good reason. Their professional event planners can help bring just about any vision you have in mind to life— so you never have to compromise. (We’re talking accommodations for up to 400 guests!) From the wedding ceremony itself to the reception and post-wedding brunch, you’ll be able to choose from flexible packages that can be customized to meet your specific style, budget, and needs. 

Ready to write a history of your own with the ambience of downtown Buffalo on full display? Take a look at Pearl Street’s four venue options below:

Pearl Street Grill

A top-rated Buffalo venue and restaurant, Pearl Street Grill offers three floors and five unique event spaces to choose from for your special day. Enjoy a rustic feel complete with romantic decorations, patio access, and endless views of the Buffalo sunset.

Photo courtesy of Pearl Street Catering

The Webb

Right next door to Pearl Street Grill is The Webb, which boasts 32 hotel rooms, two banquet spaces, and a rooftop space that can accommodate wedding ceremonies.


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Photo courtesy of Pearl Street Catering

Hotel @ the Lafayette

The Hotel Lafayette is one of the most iconic landmarks in downtown Buffalo. If you plan to host your wedding here, you’ll enjoy catering from their on-site restaurant and the option to book individual hotel rooms or a full block.

Pearl @ RiverWorks

Buffalo RiverWorks provides you and your guests with some of the most unique locales possible. With features like a large mezzanine area, a 25 foot LED screen, and more, this venue will ensure your wedding celebration is one for the books.

Plan Your Visit Today

No matter where you are in the wedding planning process, it’s the perfect time to tour one (or all!) of these historic locations. You can also see all that Pearl Street has to offer— including food and beverage samples, décor ideas, and more— at their annual wedding show on Saturday, March 4th.

Head to their website today or follow them on Instagram @pearlstreetcatering today to learn more!

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Pearl Street Grill & Brewery

76 Pearl St Buffalo, New York 14202 • $$$$$

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Pearl Street Grill $ Brew Pub is the second largest brew pub in America.Premier spot downtown for pre/post Sabres, Bison or Bandits games, any First Niagara, ...

  • Patio
  • Sports Bar
  • Bar Area
  • Handicap Access
  • Happy Hour
  • Late Night
  • Live Music
  • Lunch
  • Private Parties
  • Reservations

This article is a paid promotion sponsored by an SOB advertiser and designed to share valuable info with our readers.

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