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Palmhouse We are proud to introduce Charles D. Krause, owner/operator of the Palm House at Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Charles has had extensive restaurant, catering and function organizing experience (he was previously managing the Water Club and River Cafe). He understands the need for having a wedding attended to in a special way, in a special place, and in such a fashion that will leave the couple and their guests with a lifetime of memories.
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Here are just a few comments from the Palm House's wedding guests:

Our daughter's wedding was a triumph! She had dreamed of being married at the Garden, but in those dreams one could not have imagined such a magical evening. The site is incomparable and the beauty and spirit of the ceremony carried throughout the evening ... Every detail was attended to professionally and unobtrusively ... Repeatedly, the guests have commented on the outstanding job of the Palm House staff ... Our wedding ceremony and the food was extraordinary, even by comparison to your other triumphs. Hors d'oeuvres at the cocktail reception were so plentiful, delicious and beautifully displayed that many guests thought them to be the "main course". Then, of course, they moved to the Palm House, where they were overwhelmed by the four-course meal, which was served so beautifully. The coup de grace was the magnificent wedding cake ... My daughter and son-in-law are still on cloud nine after their Palm House wedding. As they are euphoric, we delight in their happiness ... I always say, you could not put yourselves in better hands or choose a more spectacular venue than The Palm House.'

Charles told us that most wedding locations in New York City are either Hotels or Catering Halls. The Palm House at Brooklyn Botanic Garden is unique. All glass Victorian structure, 11 years old replica of the original Garden conservatory that stood at the same site. Designed by Stanford White (of McKim, Meade and White), it sits on 52 acres of world class Gardens.

Weather permitting, the wedding ceremony can be performed at any outdoor location at the Botanic Garden, such as Rose Garden, Lily Pool Terrace just outside the Palm House, Magnolia Plaza, Cherry Esplanade, etc. The Palm House weddings are performed in all four seasons. There are many indoor locations (connected to The Palm House) available: The Steinhardt Conservatory, Tropical Pavilion, Desert Pavilion, Warm Temperate Pavilion and The Palm House itself.

All that less than 3 miles from downtown Manhattan!

People who choose the Palm House at Brooklyn Botanic Garden for their wedding are looking for something unique and unlike all the other places they have been to. Our facilities (both indoors and outdoors) and our staff's attention to even smallest detail make the wedding at the Palm House truly a dream come true.

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To get a preview, pertinent information about the Palm House, sample menu etc., please visit The Palm House web site at http://www.palmhouse.com
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