‘Huntington Townhouse-used to be a perfect party venue for rich, famous and common people of America’
Huntington Townhouse was one of the biggest catering halls of America. Located in Long Island, New York, in the year 1937 it was first initially built as a small restaurant, which was further turned into a biggest catering hall by Ms. Rhona Silver who bought it in the year of 1997 for $7.6 million.
Though to buy it she had to face many obstacles but with her strength and her belief in herself she kept on moving forward and came over all her adversities. She used to just remember that if there is a roadblock, there is still a road on the other side.
The hall was spread over 150,000 square feet that was spanned over 18 acres of land. The lush green lawns with beautiful roman façade, decorated interiors, scenic views, beautiful chandeliers and great food made the hall a very popular place in America for conducting parties for any of the occasions like anniversary, birthday party, wedding, corporate event and so on. This is the reason why Huntington Townhouse witnessed rich, famous, as well as common people. Some of the hi-profile people for whom party was organized in Huntington were Hollywood celebrities (like Beach Boys & Ashanti), politicians (such as Steve Levy, Hillary Clinton), dignitaries in the corporate world (Frank Petrone), as well as various sport stars.
This palatial hall had five ballrooms that could hold the capacity of 3000 people at a time and nine kitchens that were equipped with state-to-art amenities, which were used to prepare delicious food items for the guests. The quality of service, which Rhona along with her team gave to their clients and guests, was incomparable to other caters of United States. This is the reason why Huntington Townhouse became popular in and around America and is still cherished by people till today!
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