Sunday, 14 April 2013

Huntington Townhouse – Perfect combination of style and elegance

Huntington Townhouse was one of the biggest catering venues of the United States of America. It was located in long Island, New York. It was initially built as a small restaurant in the year 1937 and soon turned into the biggest catering facility of the country.

It was taken over by Rhona Silver, a prominent caterer of the USA in the year 1997, when she bought it. The hall was popular for its amazing ambience, impeccable beauty and great food. That was the reason; the hall witnessed some of the most hi-profile events for presidents, governors, renowned celebrities and heads of states.

The hall occupied 18 acres of land. It had welcoming facade with lush green lawns, roman pillars and five ballrooms. It has seating capacity of more than 3000 people along with nine kitchen-rooms, equipped with modern food appliances and equipment. In the year 2011, it was broken down. However, the hall still continues to be in news, for its unmatched beauty.

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